Reward Offered for Doggy Daycare Delinquent

On Wednesday, November 29th sometime after 7pm an unknown person tossed rat poison pellets over a fence into the Gimme A Bark play yard. The pellets, which are designed to appear appetizing to animals, were ingested by several of dogs … Read More

Deceased Suspect Identified

On November 29th, at approximately 3:10pm, Officer Bradley Rusk spotted a man walking southbound on Friendswood Drive who matched the description of a suspect that had just stolen merchandise from the Shell Gas Station less than a mile away. Officer … Read More

Greatest Gift Returns this Weekend

Friendswood students will be featured in Friendswood Contemporary Ballet’s original production, The Greatest Gift, this holiday season. Friendswood is home to many growing artists of all ages in all stages of their profession and Friendswood Contemporary Ballet, housed at Chara … Read More

Officer-Involved Shooting

A Friendswood Officer shot an alleged shoplifter yesterday afternoon near the Public Library. The suspect, who remains unnamed pending notification of family, was initially reported by a Shell Station clerk after stealing a beer from the convenience store at the … Read More

Judge Dismisses Election Fraud Case

In a summary judgment ruling, State District Judge Elizabeth Ray dismissed claims that the city election results in May were invalid. In addition to two City Council races, the ballot also included measures to increase the Friendswood sales tax from … Read More

Adopt a Cop

This year has been especially eventful for the Friendswood Police Department. From the Mission Estates Manhunt to the Scary Clown Epidemic, 2016 is a year that will go down in infamy. As civilians, there isn’t much we can do about … Read More

Mural Project Underway

The downtown mural project kicked off this week with the removal of the dilapidated playground and preparing the wall for paint. Acclaimed muralist Anat Ronen will begin painting the mural next week and an anti-graffiti coating will be applied as soon as … Read More

Histor-Ween Returns

Histor-ween combines Halloween festivities with Friendswood history into an event that the whole family can enjoy. It all starts at the Old Junior High on Spreading Oaks with a Spook House put together by the High School Student Council. Up … Read More

Clowns Need Not Attend

The Friendswood Chamber of Commerce’s 17th Annual “Halloween in the Park” will be held this Sunday, October 23rd from 6pm to 8pm at Stevenson Park. Dozens of local businesses will be handing out candy to an estimated 3,000 children. However, … Read More

School Museum to Open This Week

This Thursday will mark the Grand Opening of the Friendswood Schools Museum. A project that has been several years in the making, the museum will house artifacts and memorabilia from throughout Friendswood’s storied history in education. Letter jackets, class rings, pompoms, … Read More