Today marks the somber anniversary of a day that marked two hit-and-run deaths in Baytown in 2008.
What do you do with a department store Santa who believes he’s the real thing?
For two recent Barbers Hill graduates, a new career is about to begin, as both have completed Marine Corps Boot Camp and are getting ready for the next steps in training.
National polls found the majority of Americans say nothing they heard in the impeachment inquiry so far has changed their minds on impeachment. Have the impeachment hearings changed your mind on whether President Trump should be impeached?
The eighth annual “Deck the Halls” Christmas Tour of Homes is Saturday, Dec. 7, and Sunday, Dec. 8, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Baytown Symphony Orchestra is proud to present “A Christmas Sleigh Ride” this December — a concert made possible by Kay and Jay Eshbach.
Those with a Baytown-style sweet tooth are invited to bid during the inaugural “Taco ‘Bout a Cake Auction” dinner and auction on Saturday, Dec. 7, featuring the Goose Creek Memorial High School Patriot cheerleaders and the cakes they create.
Relief is on the way for flooding in the area of Texas Avenue and South Main Street, and could also be coming sooner than expected for the segment of West Texas Avenue between the oak tree and the Brunson Theater, thanks to grant money being received through Harris County Flood Control.
Ross S. Sterling High School PALs prepare for the 42nd Annual Sterling Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 23 at Sterling High School. The event includes vendors and entertainment as well as the Original Sterling Star Chicken Spaghetti. Chicken Spaghetti will be served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; tickets a…
Although most young Americans believe in the value of higher education, many still consider a high school diploma alone to be enough for success, according to a survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Federal labor data shows a wide earnings gap between Americans who do and do not have a college degree, and unemployment rates are far lower for those with a bachelor or master’s degree. Do you believe a high school diploma is enough for success?
It’s not too late to enter and decorate a tree in Baytown Historical Museum’s Christmas Tree Fantasy.
A tribute to the USS Battleship Texas. Bring the Battleship to Baytown.
Love Network of Baytown, Hearts and Hands of Baytown and a ministry of Iglesia Cristo Viene will bring the community together with the first Concert of Thanksgiving.
The Art League of Baytown will host an evening with gourd artists Roy and Blanche Cavarretta from 5-8 p.m. Saturday at the Art Center, 110 W. Texas Ave.
Citizens were out at Sterling Municipal Library to do their civic duty, earning the “I Voted” sticker Tuesday night. From left, Gilbert Alaniz, Mary Alaniz, Christinia Pina and Jacklyn Villarreal.
I was privileged, on Saturday, to participate with Russell Hamman and Peter Piontkowski plus a few hundred Baytown area residents in the making of a drone video to present to Battleship Texas Foundation.
My wife Linda and I attended the hugely successful Baytown rally at the Battleship Texas Saturday, Nov. 2.
Baytown police officers are mourning the death of one of their own after the unexpected loss of Detective Bryan Thompson early Thursday morning.
HOUSTON — Stephen Strasburg paraded the MVP trophy for delirious fans packed behind the dugout. Max Scherzer tearfully hugged his teammates. Gerardo Parra did the Baby Shark chop, Sean Doolittle flapped snow angels next to the mound.
In spite of occasionally being closed due to rain, FEMA’s Disaster Recovery Center in Winnie is doing a brisk business connecting resources with people who suffered damage from Tropical Storm Imelda.
Anyone supporting moving the USS Texas Battleship to Bayland Island is invited to participate in a video shoot to help promote bringing the historic dreadnought to Baytown.
HOUSTON — Stephen Strasburg took a gem into the ninth inning and Juan Soto ran all the way to first base with his bat following a go-ahead home run, the same way Houston slugger Alex Bregman did earlier.
The Baytown Parks and Recreation Department will host the first Treats on the Trail event in Jenkins Park on Oct. 31, from 5:30 to 10 pm.
With the Barbers Hill football playoff loss, winter sports have officially taken over. Soccer practices started yesterday while basketball is off and running.
Coming off the disappointment of an opening Region XIV loss in Baytown to Navarro College Saturday, the Lee College Rebels basketball team and head coach Roy Champagne got back to brass tacks:
The Lee College basketball team opened up Region XIV play Saturday at home against Navarro College. The host Rebels saw their four-game win streak come to an end in an 84-77 loss. Lee (8-3, 0-1) and Ishmael Cruz-Paris (12) take on LSU-Eunice at 7 tonight in Baytown. (Photo by Kim Keefer).
Deer season is in full swing, and big racks are coming to ice. We’ve had beautiful but cold weekend weather for deer hunters, but waterfowl and quail hunters wished for more birds.
Baytown Christian already has gone to battle with Summit Christian Academy in this year’s edition of the 2019 TAPPS six-man football Division III playoffs and come away with a split.
It’s a new sports season for the North Channel Conference and the junior schools in the area. As the chapters closed for football and volleyball, the boys and girls basketball seasons are now under way for the next couple of months.
Most people living in Texas know that whooping cranes winter here along our middle coast. These rare, endangered and magnificent birds have received enough publicity that even newcomers might even know about them. They are a national treasure, to be sure.
A determined defensive effort helped the Robert E. Lee girls basketball team wrap up play in this weekend’s Lady Ganders Tip-Off Classic with a 31-29 overtime win over Klein Forrest Saturday morning.
Before Jessica Mullins and Hayley Freudenberg lace it up one more time for the Barbers Hill softball team next spring, the two young ladies had some other business to take care of Friday.