National Night Out — an annual evening dedicated to crime prevention awareness—will have a more centralized feel this year with a variety of activities 5-8 p.m. Oct. 5 at Town Square, 213 W. Texas Ave.
The newspaper is the most up-to-date textbook in the world. By using daily news, editorials, features, and even advertising students in all grade levels can learn math, geography, history, meteorology, and current events and how each aspect shapes our world and the community we live in.
I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the Baytown Little Theater cast perform Galveston Wind in Galveston at their dress rehearsal Sept. 9. The only performance for the public was Sept. 10. The play is a fictional love story that threads in facts from the 1900 storm which devastated Galveston.
Nancy Porter passed away on August 17, 2021. A Memorial Service and reception will be held on September 25th at Whitehall Houston at 10 a.m.
Dear Subscriber,With a tropical storm warning for our delivery area, your Tuesday, September 14, 2021 print edition of The Baytown Sun may be delivered later than usual. High water, power outages and/or hazardous road conditions may delay delivery. We must keep our carriers safe. In some nei…
A 49-year-old man was fatally shot while sitting in his car at a car wash in the 3600 block of West Baker Road about 8:20 p.m. Sunday.
A 20-year-old paratrooper from Baytown died at his military residence in Italy Sept. 7, according to a statement the U.S. Army Southern European Task Force.
A long fix for a bumpy ride is finally over — for now — as the Texas Department of Transportation finished removing temporary barriers from the Fred Hartman Bridge over the weekend.
When Roy Elms’ contract was not renewed in 1933 Doyle Coe took over as the Ganders head coach, assisted by H.A. “Hap” Malone. Coe had been assistant coach under Elms for two years and although the team didn’t exactly burn down the barn in 1933 they did beat Barbers Hill 39-0 and tied Humble 0-0.
I would like to compliment Mr. Alan Dale pertaining to the article he recently wrote – Remembering 9/11 attacks - that ran in The Baytown Sun on Thursday, Sept. 9. This was indeed one of his finest non-sports related articles that I have read since he become the sports editor for The Baytown Sun.
Here are the top-10 most-read articles on baytownsun.com for the week of Sept. 6-12 as determined by number of page views:
A 19-year-old Baytown man was charged with assault on emergency personnel after he allegedly punched a nurse in the chest while being treated at the emergency room.
Heavy rainfall appeared to be the biggest threat to Baytown and Chambers County, according to a Monday afternoon update from the Chambers County Office of Emergency Management.
There was disappointment in the lack of a larger gathering Saturday at Bicentennial Park as the Baytown Fire Department and other city officials gathered to honor in the memory of those who lost their lives on 9/11 in 2001.
MIAMI (AP) — Tropical Storm Nicholas headed toward the Texas coast Sunday night, threatening to bring heavy rain and floods to coastal areas of Texas, Mexico and storm-battered Louisiana.
When the planes hit the World Trade Center and Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, ultimately bringing down three buildings and leading to 20 years of war in the Middle East, kids of all ages in Baytown sat and watched the events unfold.
Baytown Police Department detective Lance Watkins does not have to be reminded of the events of Sept. 11, 2001. He was there in New York City that morning.
Kevin Troller serves as Baytown’s assistant city manager. But on Sept. 11, 2001, he was a colonel in the U.S. Army, serving both in the Pentagon and in an office complex about a mile away.
Twenty years ago, many of us woke up to network TV news feeds from New York showing the World Trade Center skyscraper, severely damaged and on fire.
Baytown police have released more details about a shooting involving a man who was killed after pointing a modified paintball gun at another man.
Police say a man was killed outside his Baytown home after pointing a paintball gun at a man who shot him.
The Baytown Engage Civic Academy has learned about many departments throughout the city. In addition to learning about city finances and emergency response, meeting staff, and getting a behind-the-scenes tour of the 911 Center and Public Works and Engineering, they also visited Pirates Bay W…
The Walk to end Alzheimer’s is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 16, starting at 9 a.m. at Jenkins Park, 4334 Crosby Cedar Bayou Road.
MIAMI (AP) — A tropical depression formed Thursday in the Caribbean and could become a major hurricane by the time it reaches the northern U.S. Gulf Coast over the next several days, forecasters said.
Participants of the Baytown Engage Civic Academy have been busy. In addition to being educated about city finances, meeting staff, and learning about emergency response, they also had a behind-the-scenes tour of the Public Works and Engineering facility. During this visit, the participants h…
The Sterling Lady Rangers volleyball team are now in fourth place in District 22-5A as the second half of the district schedule is set to begin after a 3-0 (26-24, 25-14, 25-17) win over Texas City Wednesday night.
Even if they lost, the Sterling Lady Rangers played one of their better matches this season as they scrambled, battled and contested Friendswood every step of the way Tuesday night.
The Lee College Lady Rebels volleyball team and Ashlynn Lewis, 1, fell to 14-8 overall and 1-3 in Region XIV play Thursday night with a 3-0 (25-21, 25-19, 25-13) home defeat against Navarro College. Lee was led by Sina Toroslu’s five kills and Imari Wilson’s four kills. “The good thing abou…
The newest Power 5 poll (for sports results through Thursday) sees very little change this week as most of the initial teams that made up the list took care of business over the previous seven days.
Don’t let the records fool you but Friday night’s TAPPS six-man contest between host Baytown Christian (3-0) and Chester (0-3) could be a bit more tantalizing than it looks.
Two years ago we began a ranking system that incorporated all sports going on at the present time and illustrated the top five teams competing in that moment.
After recording a team-high 11 tackles and a fumble recovery in UCA’s 41-20 loss to FBS Arkansas State last Saturday, Central Arkansas junior defensive back DeAndre Lamont earned the Atlantic Sun’s first Defensive Player of the Week honor on Monday.
The Barbers Hill Eagles football team will head to Delmar Stadium, 2020 Mangum Road in Houston, to take on Houston Heights 7 p.m. Friday in hopes of capturing their first win of the season.
It took a narrow win in the first set by the Goose Creek Memorial Lady Patriots volleyball team to squash any potential momentum of hosts Robert E. Lee to earn their first win in district play.