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In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott extended his previous order of enforcing social distancing guidelines through April 30. more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham received confirmation this afternoon, March 27, of a second resident who has tested positive for COVID-19. It is a man in his 50s living in the Sealy area. more
The Texas Department of Transportation on March 31 will move the westbound traffic on Interstate 10 to the eastbound lanes crossing the Brazos River in anticipation of demolishing and reconstructing … more
In light of the closings of the schools due to the COVID-19 virus, the Austin County Fair Scholarship Committee recognizes many applicants may have difficulty obtaining a sealed, certified transcript as the application requires. more
The first coronavirus case has been confirmed in Sealy. more
Bellville native and now-former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders signed a free-agent deal with the New Orleans Saints Friday night worth $16 million over two years. more
At an emergency meeting of the Sealy City Council Friday afternoon at W. E. Hill Community Center, a motion was passed unanimously to extend the city's declaration disaster indefinitely. The … more
The Sealy Police Department has issued the following statement regarding their response to calls during the coronavirus pandemic: As always, the Sealy PD will continue to offer the highest level … more
The Sealy City Council will hold an emergency meeting on Friday at 1 p.m. at the W.E. Hill Center to consider extending the declaration of disaster issued Monday by the mayor regarding the … more
"We are doing this now today so we can get back to business as usual more quickly," Abbott said. more
The Sealy ISD Board of Trustees unanimously approved extending school closures for another three weeks at an emergency meeting Wednesday afternoon at the Sealy ISD administration building. more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham posted a message on the county’s website addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, all county offices remain open, however, the Austin County District … more
Sealy Mayor Janice Whitehead signed a Declaration of Disaster this morning and is closing City of Sealy offices at noon today through Monday, March 23, at 8 a.m. more
This was just issued by the Sealy ISD: Due to the ever-changing situation regarding COVID-19 and in the best interest of the health, Sealy ISD will be closed next week, March 16th-20th. more
The Houston Health Department announced an emergency health declaration Wednesday that shut down the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, an event that draws more than 2 million visitors a year. The … more
Sealy High School and Southern Methodist University alum Eric Dickerson was chosen as one of 19 members of the 2020 College Football Hall of Fame Class, it was announced Wednesday morning. more
A man in his 70s who recently travelled abroad has tested “presumptive positive” for the COVID-19 virus – otherwise known as the Coronavirus – Fort Bend County Health & Human Services … more
Sheriff Jack Brandes handily won re-election over challenger Ronnie Griffin 4,004 to 843 in the Austin County Republican Primary Tuesday and will serve another four years as there is no Democratic challenger this fall. more
Some unknown retailer made a mistake while paying their taxes and now Austin County is paying the price to the tune of $250,000.According to the state comptroller’s office, from June of 2016 to … more
A Brazos ISD bus was hit on its way to school Monday morning, but no injuries were reported. The accident occurred in Orchard, about four miles from Brazos High School, on Highway 36 when a PT … more
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