Edouard didn't cause much in the way of beach erosion (or anything else) in Galveston, but efforts to restore beaches on the island have hit the usual snag -- money. Estimates for how much it would cost to put 200-feet beaches on the seawall between 103rd Avenue and 61st Street have skyrocketed, fr ... More >>
If you live in or care about Galveston Island, it might be worth your while to mark off this coming Monday on your calendar. At 6:30 p.m. at the Galveston Country Club, the managing director of the Marquette Companies will be on hand to discuss the latest huge housing development on the west end of ... More >>
The most-hyped hurricane season ever is upon us
Squeezed by new development on Galveston's west end, fishermen are trying to hang on to an honored Texas tradition: driving on the beach
At the Village of Surfside, it's not just the beaches that are eroding. It's the Open Beaches Act.