LAKE JACKSON — The city’s budget for next fiscal year will be “quite austere” as officials prepare for more lost revenue and a tax rate that will bring the same amount of money as this year, City Manager Bill Yenne said.
Angleton has a new animal hospital and a petting zoo trying to survive while things are shifting around in West Columbia.
AUSTIN — Masks for students and teachers will be mandatory in counties with more than 20 reported COVID-19 cases when public schools resume in-person classes this fall, under new public health guidelines released by Texas state education officials Tuesday.
While Alvin’s Emergency Medical Services has not been overwhelmed by the virus, the stresses of dealing with COVID-19 head-on has taken its toll, Director Ron Schmitz said.
Coronavirus case positive and probable results are recorded once per new case, says a Brazoria County Health Department representative.
ANGLETON — Taking over the volleyball program at Angleton High School in the middle of September last season was quite a shock to Cheyenne Lansford.
The Texas High School Coaches Association has canceled its in-person convention and coaching school because of the increased uncertainty of the COVID-19 climate, the association’s board announced.
WEST COLUMBIA — Earnest Pena, a multisport athlete while at Columbia High School, will take over the Roughneck baseball program after the resignation of Jeff Shank.
Texas Republicans should call off their in-person convention in the name of public health, especially the health of its own members.
Among the many unpleasant consequences of disasters such as floods and hurricanes are the odors caused by foods that spoiled in a refrigerator or freezer.