Category: Community

Kismet – A Reminder of The Heart of a City

I cherish working on 6th Street. It truly is the Heart of Texas City. Wonderful stories simply walk through the doors of our building. They say timing is everything and Ms. Lula May King, now Singletary, brought us a story…

An Officer and a Gentleman

Waaaay back in the 90’s there was a Texas City Police Office that  D.A.R.E. classes at local middle and high schools  in Texas City. One young man was attending Levy- Fry Junior High and this officer was to make a lasting, even life changing impression on a rather quiet, sports-minded young student in the audience.

The Post Community Calendar

Send your Community Calendar information, including event, date, time, and contact person, to production@thepostnewspaper.net.

In Our Prayers

In Our Prayers is a free service offered by The Post to the Galveston County community each Sunday and records the known passing of citizens up to the previous Thursday. Mourners wishing to publish additional details of their loved one’s passing are invited to call

Dedicated to Serve Our 4 Legged Citizens-Part 2

Texas City has several ordinances in place to secure the safety and welfare of our citizens, animals, and the community as an entity. Animal Control responds to complaints from citizens, self-initiated calls, and follow ups on a daily basis. This department, on average, responds to approximately 900 calls for service monthly, with call loads increasing during summer and holiday peaks. Texas City Animal Control operates with three officers, as well as assistance from the Texas City Police Department officers after hours. Animal Control receives complaints of all types and nature, never having any idea of what the day might hold. This makes the job very interesting, and furthers our knowledge and skills daily.

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