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Baytown Flower Shops

Angel's Touch Florist

10403 Eagle Dr. Ste. 6 & 7
Baytown, TX 77523
(281) 385-2112

Betty's Flower Shop

4104 Redell Road
Baytown, TX 77521
(281) 422-9619

Black Orchid Florist

208 W Texas Ave
Baytown, TX 77520
(281) 628-7162

Boyd's Blossoms

2226 North Alexander Drive
Baytown, TX 77520
(281) 422-3400

Baytown TX News

Apr 7, 2017

Funeral services announced for Pct. 3 Assistant Chief Deputy Clint Greenwood

Greenwood, 57, was killed Monday by a gunman who ambushed him as he arrived at the Harris County Precinct 3 Constable's Office in Baytown, where he worked as the department's assistant chief deputy.He leaves behind a wife and four grown children.Before joining Precinct 3 in January, Greenwood had spent his career working with cops - as a prosecutor, as a Precinct 4 reserve deputy constable, as a high-level officer in the Harris County Sheriff's Office, as a prosecutor, and as a defense attorney who represented police officers accused of wrongdoing."Greenwood's prevailing legacy will forever be remembered as influential, heroic and substantial," Precinct 3 Constable Sherman Eagleton wrote Wednesday.Late Wednesday, Baytown Police - the department investigating his death - was combing through leads but not yet made any arrests in the case, Baytown Police Lt. Steve Dorris said.The funeral will be held at Second Baptist Church at 6400 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX 77057. The church is near Houston Country Club in west Houston, near Piney Point and Hunters Creek villages.Visitation is scheduled for 9 to 11 a.m. and the service is slated to start at 11 a.m. Doors will open to the public at 10 a.m.According to a post from the Harris County Sheriff's Office, in lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donation be made to the 100 Club in Chief Greenwood's name. Donations can be made online at, or sent to 100 Club Survivors Fund, 5555 San Felipe St., Suite 1750, Houston, TX, 77056.REMEMBRANCE: Deputy constable killed in ambush mourned as 'cop's cop'"Whether or not he was specifically targeted, or whether this was because of the uniform he was wearing or the place he pulled up to in the morning, we just don't know ... (

Feb 9, 2017

What does the future hold for Kats as national signing day approaches?

At the skill positions, the Bearkats have gotten verbal commitments from running back Kyran Jackson (South Hills) and receivers Quan Ardoin (Baytown Sterling) and Lutavious Boone (Huntsville). Though the Bearkats seem to be set at the quarterback position with Briscoe for the upcoming season and the near future with promising sophomore quarterbacks Caleb Griffin and Cody Brewer, Keeler and his staff have gotten a commitment from College Station quarterback Ty Brock, who suffered a broken leg in the second game of the 2016 season. “All the great teams I’ve had have had great quarterback play and we feel really good about who we brought in at that position, too,” Keeler said. With kicker Luc Swimberghe and punter Joseph Figenshaw having used up their eligibility, Keeler searched for a player that could kick field goals and punt and was able to find one in the high-school ranks. In his last two recruiting classes, Keeler has done a good job of bringing in transfers who have become major contributors, including Briscoe, Riser and linebacker Justin Johnson, who led the team in tackles this past season with 97. This year, Keeler said he and his staff didn’t have to go after as many transfers because of the caliber of the high school athletes that have committed. “We actually signed a very high number of freshmen, percentage-wise,” Keeler said. “There is going to be a very low number of transfers this year because we feel so good about the high school players we recruited. A lot of these guys can play early for us. This will probably be the lowest number of transfers we’ve taken because of that.”  Highlights for the high school players mentioned can found at — — — Follow The Huntsville Item Sports Team on Twitter @Item_Sports or on Facebook. (Huntsville Item)

Aug 29, 2016

Friday's Sorted High School Football Scores

Ala. 7 Arlington Bowie 40, Lewisville Marcus 39 Arlington Martin 55, Dallas Skyline 7 Austin Bowie 7, Pflugerville 0 Austin Westlake 32, Katy 29 Baytown Goose Creek 16, Tomball Memorial 14 Beaumont West Brook 33, Beaumont Central 21 Buda Hays 26, Georgetown East View 18 Cedar Park Vista Ridge 32, CC Flour Bluff 7 Channelview 29, Dayton 22 Clear Brook 56, Houston Bellaire 27 Clute Brazoswood 19, Port Lavaca Calhoun 14 Converse Judson 35, Lake Travis 28 Coppell 28, Hurst Bell 21, 2OT Cypress Ranch 42, Katy Cinco Ranch 35 De Soto 47, Dallas Jesuit 13 Del Rio 39, SA Northside Warren 21 Denton Guyer 55, Mansfield Lake Ridge 35 Dickinson 51, Fort Bend Elkins 14 Duncanville 36, Plano East 32 Edinburg Vela 63, Victoria East 62 EP Eastwood 34, Midland Christian 28 EP El Dorado 45, El Paso Eastlake 35 Euless Trinity 39, Broken Arrow, Okla. 16 Fort Bend Austin 35, Alief Hastings 14 Fort Bend Dulles 24, Alief Elsik 6 Fort Bend Hightower 24, Aldine Eisenhower 22 Friendswood 54, Texas City 20 Garland Naaman Forest 26, Richardson 0 Garland Rowlett 20, Lewisville 17 Harlingen South 21, McAllen 14 Houston Chavez 27, Houston Spring Woods 13 Houston Stratford 15, Alvin 9 Humble... (

Apr 22, 2016

Arlene L. Dean

She was an award-winning competitor in exhibitions in Houston, Galveston, Clear Creek and Baytown, Texas; Monmouth County, New Jersey; Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania; and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. She was also active in art guilds in the NASA community in the 1960s after marrying Richard E. Waite of Trenton, New Jersey, a neurophysiologist who worked closely with the astronauts during the manned spacecraft program. Bunny brought her artistic touch to every home she lived in and those of her family and friends. She had a gentle, elegant grace that exuded love and was a wonderful mother and homemaker. Bunny also had a keen sense of humor and loved to laugh with all those around her. She was a spiritual person and was active in church work. It seemed Bunny could do anything, and had various jobs in the Southeast and Midwest. She worked for the Florida Department of Transportation in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; The Principia School in St. Louis, Missouri; and for Civil Service companies Beech Aerospace and Burnside Ott at N.A.S. Whiting Field in Milton, Florida, where she met her second husband Wayne H. Dean. Bunny was predeceased by her parents, her brother Robert Lucas, her first husband and daughters Allison Massey Waite and Diane Elizabeth Waite. She will be greatly missed by her husband, Wayne H. Dean of Defuniak Springs, Florida; daughter, Lynda Bayne, son-in-law Bob and granddaughter Jessica of Tequesta, Florida; daughter, Debbie Moorefield, son-in-law Hal of Boothbay and his daughters Michelle, Mary and Amy; stepdaughter, Michele Stropoli of Milton, Florida, grandson Chris and granddaughter Cali, both of Lake Mary... (Boothbay Register)

Feb 3, 2016

Allen, Lovejoy close in naming new football coaches

Jan. 17 ... Southlake Carroll has formally announced Mark Humble, a former Baytown and SMU quarterback, who was on staff as the replacement to Clayton George, SLC's offensive coordinator who took several Carroll staff members to Tyler Lee. Ford has a Linked In-worthy resume as a longtime Todd Dodge protégé and former University of Texas quarterback himself. Dodge took Ford to North Texas as his offensive coordinator from Southlake Carroll, which had a record-setting run in the state's top classification in the 2000s. Ford left North Texas in 2010 to take open a $100 million campus in Central Texas near Austin. Cedar Ridge went 4-6 in its opening season in 2012 but has three consecutive state playoff berths. Cedar Ridge (10-2) won a share of the District 13-6A title with Round Rock and Hendrickson and won playoff games in 2013 and 2015. Lovejoy made the move away from Ryan Cox in November after a second-consecutive playoff season. Cox had been elevated from defensive coordinator two years ago when Matt Green left for Marble Falls. Lovejoy opened a decade ago with Jim Bob Puckett as head coach and Puckett remains as athletic director. Lovejoy, just a few miles east of Allen's Eagle Stadium, has high expectations. Lovejoy lost a dramatic overtime thriller against Terrell in the second round this past season. An updated look at North Texas coaching vacancies: Texas High School Football Coaching Changes School, Old Coach, New Coach? Allen, Tom Westerberg, Bishop Lynch, Ben Dasch Sherman, Bill Patterson Molina, Bradley Wachsmann, FW Castleberry, Sandro Cantu Trophy Club Byron Nelson, Brian Polk (Leading contender) Lovejoy, Ryan Cox Flower Mound, Dane Johnson, Tyler Lee, Darrell Piske, Clayton George (Southlake Carroll OC) Fort Worth Southwest Christian, Joe Hamstra, Jeremy Flowers Fort Worth Southwest, Larry Trammell Salado, Brent Graham Odessa, Ron King (Odessa American 4 finalists) Glen Rose, Tommy Dunn (Former Stephenville assistant Cliff Watkins of Eastland) ... (WFAA)

Feb 2, 2016

UIL puts Lufkin in district with Conroe schools, Beaumont West Brook

Fort Bend Bush, Fort Bend Clements, Fort Bend Dulles, Fort Bend Hightower, Fort Bend Kempner, Fort Bend Ridge Point, Fort Bend Travis. District 21 - Baytown Memorial, Baytow... (Lufkin Daily News)