Baytown Police said Walter Pickering, 25, who is suspected of killing 32-year-old Glen Flowers, turned himself in to authorities Friday night.
A Baytown man, identified by the Baytown Police Department as 32-year-old Glen Flowers, was fatally shot in the parking lot of the Valero gas station in the 1600 block of North Alexander Drive shortly after midnight Friday. Witnesses told officers on scene the suspect was a black male who d…
Traffic will be disrupted late nights the next several weekends as very large vessels are moved from the bank of Cedar Bayou at Highway 146 to the Enterprise Products construction site in Mont Belvieu.
Organizers of Relay for Life report that the planned movement of large vessels along FM 565 tonight will not disrupt the annual event at Royal Purple Raceway.
The opening lap of Bay Area Relay for Life is less than four days away – volunteers are working hard to get ready for the event and there’s still time to support the effort to defeat cancer.
The City of Baytown’s Parks and Recreation Advisory Board has decided not to recommend naming a park after a Baytown soldier killed in Afghanistan last year.
The Pilot Club of Baytown’s 2014 Yellow Rose Gala is to be held Tuesday, April 15, 6 p.m. at the Goose Creek Country Club.
Forty Goose Creek CISD students advanced to the Texas History Day competition as a result of winning 1st or 2nd place in their category at the recent Lee College Regional History Day. The State competition will take place in Austin May 2-3.
Dave Sherron, longtime purchasing agent for Goose Creek CISD and later manager and CEO of the Baytown Teachers Credit Union, died Saturday. Arthur David Sherron was 86.
For the second time in less than two years, acclaimed Catholic actor and producer Leonardo Defilippis is returning to Baytown for a performance at the St. Joseph Family Center, 1912 Carolina Street.
Members of the Asante African Choir are dressed in traditional clothing as they perform faith-based music Friday at St. John’s United Methodist Church in Baytown. The Asante Choir has traveled throughout the U.S. since last year and will return home to East Africa this spring. The choir, whi…
A Baytown man died Friday during what appeared to be a kitchen fire at his single-family home at the corner of Ohio and Huggins streets.
Baytown City Council will discuss proposed certificates of obligation and parameters set for the sale of them during a meeting at 6:30 tonight at Baytown City Hall, 2401 Market St.
Goose Creek CISD’s rezoning committee presented maps to the school board Monday night with three potential plans for rezoning the district’s elementary schools – and corresponding maps for rezoning the junior schools.
The committee responsible for recommending rezoning plans to the Goose Creek CISD school board, presented three different plans for the board’s consideration Monday night.
Garry Nelson spends a lot of time at the Baytown YMCA, both utilizing facilities and raising money for programs.
Baytown Crime Stoppers is offering $2,000 to anyone with information that leads to an arrest in the robbery at CiCi’s Pizza Friday night. Tipsters will remain anonymous.
Two brave Texans who served in the Middle East wars were honored at Portrait of a Warrior Gallery Sunday – one who survived, and one who did not.
A Wal-Mart employee in Baytown has been fired after allegedly assaulting a customer.
In a season where the Goose Creek Memorial boys basketball team recorded its first ever playoff win, could it be that it may go hand-in-hand with its inaugural postseason run?
In a matchup between the two top teams in District 22-5A boys soccer, the host Goose Creek Memorial Patriots fell behind early and couldn’t recover in a 4-1 loss to first-place Friendswood.
Barbers Hill graduate and University of Texas women’s basketball standout Charli Collier teamed up with Roppolo’s Pizzeria owner Marc Roppolo to give back to the Austin community in the wake of the winter storm.
Big time potential was in store for the Barbers Hill baseball team a year ago before it had to shut everything down in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maybe l should stick my hat around the door on a stick to see if anybody is going to take a shot at it since I’ve been saying Texas has the best winters in America. The forecast is now calling for a low temp of one degree above zero, Fahrenheit! Broken limbs and sometime entire trees litter …
Three area girls basketball teams will begin their playoff journey this week and it starts tonight in Port Arthur when the Sterling Lady Rangers – making their first playoff appearance in six years – tip off against undefeated Beaumont United.
The Manvel Mavericks scored in the first minute of the match, added some insurance before halftime and used that start to gain pole position in a 3-0 victory against Robert E. Lee in Baytown Tuesday night.
Every year about this time, some men and women go into something akin to mild depression. And please don’t think I’m belittling the post combat malady known as PTSD when I call it “After Hunting Season Downer”, or “AHSD”.
The Goose Creek Memorial girls basketball team battled district heavyweights Manvel to a tight ballgame through the first half to see the Lady Mavericks pull away for a 54-40 win Thursday night.
The Goose Creek Memorial Patriots used goals by Darwin Velasquez and Carlos Gonzalez to pull of the important, 2-1 road win against one of the challengers for the District 22-5A title.
In a match Goose Creek Memorial girls soccer coach Roman Huizar called a “good game,” the Lady Patriots still fell short in a 2-0 home defeat Friday against the Manvel Lady Mavericks.
The Sterling Rangers tennis team is off to a blazing start to the spring campaign after placing in nine of the 10 divisions at the Kim Enocksen Varsity Invitational in Humble on Friday.
I’ve never met Brandon Butler – at least, not that I recall. But we’ve travelled some of the same trails, including Missouri’s Current River. We’re brothers in a bond that comes from treasuring the outdoors and the precious memories of time spent there with family and friends. Or alone.
With just over a week left in the regular season for the girls and just over two weeks remaining in the boys campaigns, a number of area basketball teams are seeking to nail down bi-district playoff qualification.
In another chapter of the Robert E. Lee and Goose Creek Memorial boys soccer rivalry it was a late run of play in the first half that secured a precious win for the latter.
A close game between rivals turned into a lopsided affair as the Crosby Cougars used a dominant third quarter to pull away from host Barbers Hill, 98-54 in District 21-5A play Tuesday.