As we get ready to finish 2022, Coastal Bend Publishing would like to wish all of our six counties a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Photographed from left to right are Publisher Dennis Wade, regional reporter Dylan Dozier, San Patricio editor Matthew Tamez, editoral assistant Jes…
A survey of likely voters in Nueces and San Patricio counties suggests there’s overwhelming support for addressing water supply issues in the region through desalination.
Refugio County Sheriff Raul “Pinky” Gonzales said two RCSO deputies were justified in shooting a Woodsboro man at his residence on Dec. 6.
Despite not knowing how to play an instrument or read music, 83-year-old Portland resident Humberto Almaraz wrote and produced three Christmas songs nearly four decades ago.
On a Saturday in May 1992, Kelby Gorman graduated from pharmacy school at the University of Texas-Austin. The next Monday, he reported to work for new job at Moore’s Pharmacy in Sinton. Thirty years later, Gorman and his wife are the new owners of the business.
The Texas Department of Public Safetys is still investigating a fatal accident that happened near San Patricio County last weekend. The accident, which happened on FM 624 in Jim Wells County, forced authorities to close off a section of the road for nearly five hours.
The city of Portland has closed an important acquisition that pushes forward plans to create a family-friendly – and sometimes boozy – entertainment district.
In today’s fast-paced world it is rare to find a person who will stay the course in any area of their life, particularly on a job. But Brezina’s in Taft has found such a person in long-time employee Robert Rodriguez.
Employment numbers in Texas, released earlier this month, clearly show workers continue their return to payrolls around the state. In October, Texas added 49,500 nonfarm jobs, which lowered the state’s unemployment numbers to 3.8 percent.
Cheniere Energy, Inc. confirmed a long-term commitment to the Coastal Bend region last week in a mixed earnings report that initially spooked investors but not financial analysts.