The coronavirus pandemic is a prime opportunity for scammers to exploit fear, isolation and uncertainty for their own gain.
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The Baytown area is blessed to enjoy so many citizens who give so much of their time and talent to improve the lives of others. Their common bond is the ability to see a challenge and get to work finding solutions.
Last week, readers were asked “What is your biggest concern as a parent with schools closed?”
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As COVID-19 creates a massive disruption in both the world and national economies, please take care of your local businesses. Your financial support during this window may be the difference between life and death for many of your favorite businesses that make your community so special. Yes, …
It’s not often that a local story matches the gravity of a national and international story in its scope and relevance, but the coronavirus pandemic is one of those instances when the interest is global as well as local.
Last week, readers were asked “What is the main item you have purchased during the virus threat?”
In the midst of panic, when rumors can rule the day, government transparency is more important than ever. So are safety and the expediency of government operations in a crisis.
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There is much unknown about the Coronavirus. But we at The Baytown Sun know having trusted, credible and relevant information at your fingertips is critical. We are here to help add facts and context to this historic chapter in history.
Expressing alarm both about mounting infections and inadequate government responses, the World Health Organization declared Wednesday that the global coronavirus crisis is now a pandemic but added that it’s not too late for countries to act.
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Fred Aguilar, R. D. Burnside, Dr. Dave Corder, Russell Hamman, LaNelle McKay and Judy Wheat are the finalists for The Baytown Sun Citizen of the Year award for 2020.
Last week, readers were asked “Do you believe that the coronavirus will have an impact on your personal life or not?”
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Last week, readers were asked “Do you agree with Barbers Hill ISD’s decision to stand firm on their hair policy?”
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Love is a symbol of eternity. It wipes out all sense of time, destroying all memory of a beginning and all fear of an end. — Author Unknown
Spring football was expected to begin by mid-April for all football programs in the area and amid the COVID-19 pandemic that, as well as much of the 2020 season’s preparation has been put on ice.
The NCAA Division I Council has voted to allow colleges to provide spring sport student-athletes an additional season of competition and an extension of their period of eligibility.
Just because the world is locked down in the face of a pandemic didn’t keep the Crosby High School softball team from finding a way to stay connected.
The professional softball tale of Randi Rupp-Hennigan continues on even if there is this unplanned COVID-19 pandemic thing to ruin the momentum.
Blaiz Spears took some time away from Houston and the coronavirus drama to play a round of golf with his father Kenneth Spears. It turned out to be a memorable experience for both of them.
TOKYO — The Olympic flame is set to arrive in Japan from Greece even as the opening of the Tokyo Games in four months is in doubt with more voices calling for the event to be postponed or canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tonight was meant to be the one where a number of Baytown-area kids went to bed and dreamt about waking up the next morning to embark on a new season of little league baseball and softball.
It all became real when the long-awaited new version of the Gary Herrington baseball tournament, the inaugural Battle of the Bay was shuttered after Thursday’s action.
NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Baseball pushed back opening day until mid-May at the earliest on Monday because of the new coronavirus after the federal government recommended restricting events of more than 50 people for the next eight weeks.
The title has a double meaning. For one, it’s the Morse code call for emergency assistance. The other might have kept you from reading this. But I’m glad you’re still here.
For now, high school sports in the state of Texas are suspended through March 29 after the UIL announced its response to the coronavirus that has led to professional and collegiate sports to do the same at various lengths of time.
There have been other versions of the Gary Herrington baseball tournament, but this one is a little different according to Sterling head Adam Shibley.
A 17-15 record on paper meant statistical improvement for the Lee College Rebels basketball team, but for head coach Roy Champagne, it still left a lot to be desired.
It may not be an ideal way to open a season, but the Goose Creek Memorial baseball team can take a bit of solace after a 3-9 start three weeks into their campaign.
It’s time to congratulate the run of the Crosby boys basketball team that ended its run to the top spot of the Power Five at No. 3 following its Region 3 quarterfinal defeat last week against Fort Bend Hightower.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Houston ace Justin Verlander has a mild strain of a back muscle and said it would “probably take a miracle” for him to pitch in the Astros’ opener at Oakland on March 26.