Through its charitable foundation, CenterPoint Energy announced on Thursday, Sept. 30, that the company has committed $200,000 to the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) to provide 10 renewable scholarships to students within its eight-state service territory.
The 2021 Sinton High School homecoming parade will be held Thursday, Oct. 7, beginning at 6 p.m. with the homecoming game following Friday, Oct. 8 at Pirate Stadium. This year’s homecoming queen nominees are, from left, Jacqueline Salgado, Kaelie Galvan, Lela Thomas, Leonor Rodriguez, Taliya…
The Odem Area Lions Club hosted its fall fair in the Odem City Park on Saturday, Sept. 25, with vendors selling items such as pottery, aprons, tea towels, Mexican candy (chamoy), honey, pocket knives, decorative insulated tumblers, clothing, jewelry, wreaths, mosaic crosses and more.
During San Patricio County Health Authority Dr. James Mobley’s COVID-19 report to commissioners last week, he was pleased to announce that, throughout the state of Texas, patient numbers and hospitalizations were down.
A new health and fitness program has been launched in Mathis as part of the Texas Physical Activity and Nutrition (TXPAN) project through the San Patricio County Department of Public Health (SPCDPH) Community-Based Program (CBP).
The Portland, Aransas Pass and Ingleside chambers of commerce are partnering together to celebrate women, survivors of cancer and hear from motivational speaker Elizabeth McCormick.
The Portland Chamber of Commerce held a ceremonial ribbon cutting for a Portland U.S. Army Recruiting Station, located at 1500 Wildcat Dr. on Thursday, Sept. 16.
An army of Gregory-Portland High School student chefs were recently tasked with baking and decorating nearly 460 cupcakes and more than 400 chocolate dipped strawberries for guests of the state of the district luncheon.