NEW YORK (AP) — A national coalition of labor unions, along with racial and social justice organizations, will stage a mass walkout from work this month, as part of an ongoing reckoning on systemic racism and police brutality in the U.S.
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ANGLETON — An Alvin man in his 40s became the youngest person to die from complications of COVID-19 in Brazoria County, according to information released by the county Tuesday afternoon.
With 111 new cases of COVID-19 reported Monday afternoon, it's not the first time Brazoria County has surpassed the previous record of new cases, and it likely won't be the last.
True to Life Ministries Concert of Hope: Picking Up the Pieces will feature local favorite Blue Water Highway, and will stream for free on the organization's Facebook page at 7 p.m. Thursday, bringing a message of hope to people right in their homes.
With the addition of 96 new cases of COVID-19 in Brazoria County on Sunday, the number of confirmed cases has eclipsed the number of reported recoveries for the first time.
For the second day in a row, Brazoria County officials reported 104 new cases of the novel coronavirus, including the first case inside Angleton’s Country Village Care center. Saturday’s new numbers also marked the fourth day within the week that the newly reported cases reached triple digits.
Included in today's updates are more details about the new cases of COVID-19 reported by county officials Friday, and information about where to get tested for the virus on Monday and Tuesday.
Brazoria County officials added 104 new cases of COVID-19 to the county tally on Friday — the third day within the week that 100 or more cases have been announced.
As the state and Brazoria County continue reporting record-breaking numbers of new COVID-19 cases, Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta approves of Gov. Greg Abbott’s order mandating public mask-wearing to combat further spread.
Church isn't just about gathering together or how many people are physically present in a sanctuary. Knowing that has served local churches well as they find ways to reach congregations and share the Gospel amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Brazoria County officials are in “continual education mode” as the county reached another record-high of 100 new COVID-19 cases and another death Tuesday, Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta said.
Performances were canceled and venues closed their doors, but there still comes a point when the show must go on, which is the case for the Grand Ol’ Production Company. Uncertainty has bred creativity, and they're getting creative with their summer performance of the Grand Ol' Americana Show.
We have to admit there are people walking among us who, as they sucked in their last gasp of air through a ventilator, ravaged by the novel coronavirus, they would gather their strength to sputter out some final words.
‘We’ll leave the light on for you” is a motel chain’s slogan. It also appears to be a principal coronavirus measure for the state of Texas, where the number of available hospital beds is more influential with top leaders than the number of sick or dying Texans.