The Alvin Animal Shelter and Adoption Center is closed temporarily because three dogs have tested positive for Parvo, a disease that can kill a dog unless treated quickly and consistently.
Imagine a child who has never tasted ice cream. Then, imagine him tasting the cool, flavorful treat.
Recycling has become a way of life. For some time now, we have used specially marked cans that state “For Recycling Only”.
The year 2022 can’t come soon enough for the Stanton family.
Ditches. The key to help homes and businesses stay safe from floodwater. The Brazoria County Conservation and Reclamation District 3 commissioners oversee drainage ditches that border a large area, from Moore Road to the Galveston County Line to Chocolate Bayou to part of the city of Manvel.
Most Alvin residents have traveled on Hwy. 6, heading to Manvel, Houston, Sugarland and other areas north of Alvin.
The Alvin Fire Department was dispatched to Denbury’s Hastings Oil Field on Saturday after smoke was seen in the area of the transformers. According to Alvin Fire Chief Rex Klesel, 20 Alvin firefighters were on the scene, assisted by the Pearland Fire Department. Foam was needed to put out t…
Alvin’s Kyler Mentzel headed the AISD’s eight player area selections to the Texas Sportswriters Association’s All-State Baseball teams last weekend.
Before a packed house at AISD’s Liberty Hall Alumni facility, the Alvin Noon Lions Club hosted their 27th annual Pigskin Preview Luncheon Wednesday afternoon in Iowa Colony.
While Alvin isn’t the first head coaching stop for Kylie Kunefke, the Sam Houston State graduate still feels she came full circle when she was hired as the Lady Yellowjackets’ new volleyball boss earlier in the summer.
AISD hosted its inaugural student athlete leadership academy on Friday at the AISD Liberty Alumni Hall in Iowa Colony.
The Alvin Noon Lions Club will hold its annual pigskin preview luncheon July 28 at AISD’s Alumni Hall at Freedom Field at 11 a.m.
As I am writing this, we are a few hours away from Thanksgiving, one of my favorite days of the year. Even in difficult times, it is nice to have a reminder to be grateful for what we have. And while life is certainly not always fair, there is a lot to be thankful for.
I lost a feather the other day and I understand this does not qualify as news.
Fall often seems like a fleeting memory, sometimes ebbing and flowing with temperature fluctuations typical of the Upper Gulf Coast Bend. Around October, I look to nature for clues to seasonal changes so that I can fully embrace a natural rhythm and seasonal cycle. You may notice a patina an…