Some Sinton residents got an early wake up call Christmas morning, and it wasn’t their kids eager to see what Santa had left under the tree.
The Corpus Christi Ship Channel Improvement Project (CIP) got a major boost last week when congress passed the bipartisan Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) of 2020.
Around 5 a.m. this morning the city of Sinton sent out notice on social media that they had experienced a loss of water supply due to a major system malfunctioning.
During the Portland Chamber of Commerce’s Holiday with Heroes luncheon, San Patricio County residents and city officials came together to honor those who keep our citizens, and their children, safe.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce hosted a Holiday with Heroes luncheon where San Patricio County Sheriff Oscar Rivera talked about 2020 and how the sheriff’s department and county jail has made it through.
In late November, Steel Dynamics Safety Coordinator Timothy Vanlandingham wrote a letter to San Patricio County Fire Marshal Steve Loving requesting a variance from the International Fire Code for its fire suppression system for the high rack storage within its warehouse.
The Bee County Expo Center will be a permanent COVID-19 testing site for Beeville and surrounding communities beginning Dec. 30, according to a statement released by the Bee County Office of Emergency Management.
A little over five years ago, the efforts of district judges, community leaders and other children’s advocates came together in the creation of CASA of Bee, Live Oak and McMullen Counties to help ensure that the needs of abused and neglected children were met.
New industry and tax abatements go hand-in-hand these days, especially in booming San Patricio County. Tax abatements allow new industry to avoid paying taxes until a date set by the county, usually between five and 10 years. It helps new industry generate income before having to pay taxes.