GALVESTON — A group of Galveston College students have teamed up with the city to make the Broadway Cemetery a little less scary.
GALVESTON — Today, 58 years after he got his first radio job at Galveston’s KULF-AM, Vandy Anderson will be among 16 Texas radio legends who will be inducted into the Texas Radio Hall of Fame.
By JAMES LACOMBE
The Chargers rallied from down three touchdowns to score 28 unanswered points in the second half to beat the Clear Falls Knights, 35-28, on Friday at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
The problem with a request by a couple of League City council members to tag on to the city’s bulk order for ammunition has nothing to do with taxes.
Readers called recently to report the deaths of two people who had quietly made Galveston a better place to live.
SANTA FE — A congregation that began with dairymen and farmers has changed with the times.
Nassau Bay’s Gloria Dei Lutheran Church will be the venue as Houston Camerata and the Ad Deum Dance Company present “Too Many Notes” Nov. 7.
LUSAKA, Zambia (AP) — A chartered plane carrying the body of Zambian President Michael Sata has arrived in Zambia from London, where he died in a hospital after a long illness.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Defending champion Ryan Moore is tied for the lead with Kevin Na after both shot rounds of 5-under 67 in the third round of the CIMB Classic on Saturday.
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