SINTON – Sinton ISD will be getting some help sending students to college, ensuring they receive the best education possible and excel in their future.
SINTON – What a year it’s been so far. On top of the COVID-19 pandemic causing businesses to close and now attempt to reopen, residents struggling to get by without more stimulus help and quite simply trying to adjust to a new way of living with the virus, it is also an election year.
SAN PATRICIO COUNTY – One of the most heated races this election will be for two San Patricio County Commissioner seats; Precinct 1 being vacated as Nina Trevino announced her retirement earlier this year and Precinct 3 currently held by Democratic incumbent Alma Villarreal Moreno.
CORPUS CHRISTI – According to a new paper from Harte Research Institute (HRI) for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi doctoral candidate Sarah Tominack, red tides are occurring in Coastal Bend bays with increasing frequency. Red tides are algal blooms that form …
MATHIS – A new office headquarters will soon show up in Mathis as the Inland Fisheries Division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has chosen Lake Corpus Christi State Park as the site for their new district office.
GREGORY – For a few months now, San Patricio County residents may have noticed an apartment complex just off U.S. Highway 181 in Gregory has halted construction. The complex, which will feature 144 units and be known as The Glades II, sits next door to The Glades of Gregory apartments and is…
PORTLAND – With big industry comes big rewards, not just for local business owners or county officials; sometimes it’s the local students, the future of San Patricio County, who benefit.
SINTON – The city of Sinton received a much deserved award after beating out other locations in Louisiana, New Mexico and other sites in Texas and bringing the $1.7 billion Steel Dynamics Inc. project to the county.
CORPUS CHRISTI – With the proposed Corpus Christi desalination plants costing upwards of $220 million and putting the tab on area residents, along with raising water rates, the public will finally get a chance to get their questions answered.
CORPUS CHRISTI – The Texas Oil & Gas Association (TXOGA) Energy Summit continued last week with the Gulf Coast Virtual Energy Summit which focused on the Coastal Bend and highlighted big industries that have found their way into San Patricio County.