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Retiring Pasadena Crossing Guard Became ‘Everybody’s Grandma’

The last day of school ended Teresa “Tere” Regalado Brodowski’s 34-year career as a school crossing guard in Pasadena.

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Strawberry Festival Sees Smaller Crowds This Year

The timing may have been off for this year’s Pasadena Strawberry Festival, organizers say.

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Pasadena ISD Students Injured In School Bus Crash On Beltway 8

Five graduation-bound Pasadena ISD school buses were involved in a crash along South Beltway 8 on Thursday afternoon.

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Football Stadium Receiving New Turf, Lights

She may be just months away from hosting her 53rd high school football season, but she’s not going to let her age spoil her looks.

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Rollin’ Astros Secure Wheelchair Wind-up Crown

Andy Toppin snapped a scoreless game with an inside-the-park two-run homer, sparking the Houston Rollin’ Astros to a 5-1 victory over the San Antonio STRAPS, claiming the Wheelchair Wind-Up Tournament title at the Verne Cox Center Sunday afternoon.

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Gilley's Revival Not Coming To La Porte After Retail Complex Canceled

La Porte was supposed to be the site of a Gilley's revival, but those hopes have been dashed with the news that a proposed La Porte Town Center will not be built.

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La Porte Mayor Reflects On City’s Progress, Challenges

La Porte Mayor Louis Rigby won re-election to a fourth term in a landslide on May 5. In addition to being mayor for six years, Rigby, 69, also served several terms on City Council before becoming mayor. He reflects on his previous years in office and what might lie ahead for the city.

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Santa Fe Strong: Community Lines Up Outside High School To Welcome Students Back

SANTA FE, Texas – Students from other school districts gathered along Highway 6 in front of Santa Fe High School where students are returning to the campus for the first time since a deadly shooting made national headlines.

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Mom And Daughter Team Keep History Alive In La Porte

Georgia Malone serves as docent for the La Porte Bay Area Heritage Society. Her mother, Ann Malone, serves as the archivist and has authored two books about La Porte history.

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