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Galveston man arrested for shooting at cars along Seawall
A Galveston man faces felony charges after he allegedly shot at cars driving along the Seawall with a BB gun on Sunday. At about 4 a.m. on Sept. 17, police responded to reports of a suspect on a bicycle, shooting at moving vehicles near the 2100 block ...
Missing Galveston woman last seen in minivan, believed to be armed
Authorities are searching for a 57-year old Galveston woman who's been missing since Thursday. Michele Grindberg is believed to have a firearm and also suffers from depression. She is driving a 2002 white Pontiac Montana min-van with a license plate of ...
Galveston area's Gilhooley's claims a spot on GQ Magazine list
Longtime San Leon, Texas restaurant Gilhooley's claimed a spot on GQ Magazine's The 24 Best Restaurants in the Most Unexpected Places list. In its September issue, the magazine describes these establishments as places that feature "great food in odd, ... & Company (press release) (blog)
Galveston Shrimp Festival Quickly Approaching & Company (press release) (blog)
Galveston has spectacular fresh seafood options, and shrimp is no exception. The Galveston Island Shrimp Festival at Saengerfest Park in Historic Downtown Galveston is one of the top festivals to attend this Fall season. Held on September 30 and ...

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135000 gallons of sludge released into Galveston Bay after equipment failure, officials say
KPRC Houston
GALVESTON, Texas - Equipment malfunction is to blame for the release of 135,000 gallons of partially treated, aerated sludge into Galveston Bay on Tuesday, according to the city. At about 10:15 a.m., the City of Galveston Main Wastewater Treatment ...

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