GALVESTON — Last week, a lawsuit that sought to block construction of two mixed-income housing developments in Galveston came to conclusion, of sorts.
TEXAS CITY — The transformation of the old Texas City High School campus into the new Blocker Middle School is complete.
LEAGUE CITY — She may have gotten hit in the mouth, but Clear Springs’ Kylie Jedlicka wasn’t about to go down for the count.
A look at Tuesday night's volleyball action from across Galveston County.
Oh, come on. You can’t fire a police chief and expect people to be satisfied with no explanation whatsoever.
It is great that League City’s Muslim American residents are asking the City Council to change the part of the recent anti-immigrant resolution which refers to “radical Islamist terror groups.” Councilmember Heidi Theiss’ ugly response to these community members is based on fabrications and misleading statements which reek of racism and religious bigotry.
Many of the moviegoers who have flocked to see “The Hundred-Foot Journey” have left the theater hungry, their appetites whetted by scenes of food being prepared and presented at two very different establishments, one a very formal French restaurant and the other an exuberant Indian one.
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ANDERSON, Texas (AP) — A Central Texas man has been charged in the fatal shooting of his estranged wife at her home.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — An Alabama federal judge charged with domestic violence following his arrest in Atlanta is embarrassed and entering a treatment program, one of his attorneys said Wednesday.
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David Alcala of Santa Fe puts the finishing touches on the Alcala Family Tradition’s fajitas during the Good Ole Days Festival in Hitchcock in 2008.
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Ribs and sausage are staples of barbecuing.
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Allison Shaneyfelt taste tests the Texas Pride team’s chicken entry during the 16th annual Wild Game Championship and BBQ Cookoff at Pier 21 in Galveston.
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