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There's yet another front in the war between your city and state government, and it's cable TV. [Read More]
Benjamin Franklin said, "Failing to plan is planning to fail," and that sentiment rings true in the case of Quintana's overdue water project. [Read More]
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At times unnoticed or not given enough credit for the job that team managers do for high school teams, Angleton's Andrew Edwards drew praise from... [Read More]
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Want to dispose of your old, tattered American flag but without disrespecting the national symbol? The Concerned Citizens of Freeport now have flag drop boxes... [Read More]
An 86-year-old woman drove her car through the glass siding of the post office building Monday after accidentally hitting the gas pedal instead of the... [Read More]
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With the playoffs out of reach for the Brazoswood Buccaneers in District 23-6A this season on the diamond, senior Cade Johnson is still looking forward... [Read More]
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It turned out to be another long soccer season for the Columbia Lady Necks as once again they got to the Region III tournament. [Read More]
Community leaders in Jones Creek, Brazoria and surrounding areas agreed that asking voters to levy a tax on themselves and create Brazoria County Emergency Service... [Read More]
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A four-time candidate is challenging an incumbent with 18 years' experience for a seat on Brazoria City Council. Voters will choose between Councilman Marcus Rabren... [Read More]
A Clute police officer who moved to Oyster Creek five years ago is challenging the incumbent for the Position 2 seat on City Council in... [Read More]
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The annual crawfish event, going on 10 years and counting, brings out a variety of cooking teams with their own recipes. [Read More]
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Across Freeport, there are dozens of old, broken-down homes and buildings that are not only eyesores to the community but are also unsafe. City officials... [Read More]
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The Varner-Hogg Plantation held a historical event in honor of San Jacinto Day, offering residents the spectacle of musket and cannon fire... [Read More]
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