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Daniel Bonk comes to Bellville Medical Center with a hefty resume of administering hospital systems that make Bellville look like a small clinic in comparison. That raises the question of why … more
My Mommy and Me My Mommy and Me dance classes for children 18 months to 2 years will begin Thursday, Sept. 3, from 6-6:45 p.m. at First Baptist Church, 707 Eighth St., Sealy. Other classes are … more
The Texas Tribune spoke to experts about what the state can expect as schools and universities start school remotely or in person. more
The secretary of state's office threatened legal action against Harris County if it goes ahead with a plan to send applications for mail-in ballots to more than 2 million registered voters. more
The Blinn College District’s Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) Department is offering a new leadership development program. Blinn is the first college in Texas to offer the Stepping into … more
Students across Texas returned to campuses last week as schools and universities scrambled to put into place new lesson plans that best accommodate a pandemic.For many school districts, this meant … more
Construction workers labor at building the new Austin County Justice Center Monday morning in Bellville. The new county facility is paid for through a $17 million bond voters approved in 2018. more
Work continues on the Austin County Sheriff’s Office and Jail renovation and expansion Monday Moring on Chesley Street in Bellville. Construction began Feb. 26 and is due to be completed a year … more
Trinity Lutheran Church brought goodie bags to the Sealy Fire Department recently in appreciation for what the department does for the community. more
Once the program ends, customers could be on the hook for partial back payments. more
Starting Sept. 8, Texas education officials will require all school districts to fill out forms weekly reporting new cases, including whether the infections occurred on or off campus and if the campus closed as a result. more
Hurricane Laura came ashore around 1 a.m. as a Category 4 storm at the Texas-Louisiana border and is moving across Louisiana as a Category 2 hurricane as of 8 a.m. today. Austin County and most of … more
Sealy News readers shared their first day of school photos on Facebook last week. Here are a few of the youngsters beginning their first day at school, either in-person or online. more
Susan Rovegno began serving The Sealy News and the Katy Times as their new publisher on Aug. 24. more
The Austin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the attempted burglary of an ATM at Industry State Bank in the early morning hours of Aug. 12. About 2:30 a.m. Wednesday, two men tried to pry … more
Community Bible StudyCommunity Bible Study is beginning Aug. 27 by studying the Book of John. This year all USA CBS classes will be online with virtual core groups. Bellville CBS is a women’s … more
The Sealy City Council discussed a proposed apartment complex at 405 Gebhardt Road, deciding against allowing a variance for more units per acre than is currently permitted.Meeting online on Aug. 18, … more
The Austin County Commissioners Court gave themselves and all elected officials in the county a 3% raise while at the same meeting voting to increase the property tax rate. At Monday’s meeting … more
The state disclosed a backlog of more than 850,000 tests this month, which were delayed in part because of coding or formatting errors and a lengthy onboarding process needed to receive reports from laboratories. more
An event called Freedom From The Pandemic, featuring Dr. Stella Immanuel and Dr. Richard Urso of The Frontline Doctors, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 29, at Faith Academy in Bellville. … more
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