Sinton – Friends and fellow fosters gathered at Cavaleri’s Kitchen to honor and recognize local resident Ursula Harvey for her dedication to saving animals in Sinton.
Sinton – Gathering in a sea of maroon and white, members of the Sinton community held a digital candle walk on Monday for Gavin McFarland, 16, who was killed early Sunday morning.
PORTLAND – In between Moore Avenue and Indian Point Pier on U.S. Highway 181 sit three billboards – or more like skeletal remains of three billboards – which have been an eyesore for nearly two years.
Dawson’s Recycling and Disposal, a Gregory-based company, saw firsthand the devastation Hurricane Harvey wrought. Now, after nearly two years since the hurricane made landfall, they’re still at it helping local communities piece their lives together.
Taft – After her cousin’s (Martin Yglesias ‘The Raspa King’) passing in May, Alyssa Yglesias began to reminisce about her childhood in Taft.
ARANSAS PASS – For 27 years, the annual Chemo Kids Fish Off has allowed cancer patients from Driscoll Children’s Hospital to take their minds off chemotherapy and enjoy a morning of fishing.
CORPUS CHRISTI – Naval Air Station Kingsville hosted a commemoration ceremony of the Battle of Midway along with the 75th anniversary of D-Day aboard the USS Lexington Museum on the Bay Tuesday morning.
CORPUS CHRISTI – According to Farmers for Free Trade, Texas exported $26 million in fresh tomatoes to Canada in 2018, compared to less than $100,000 in exports to the rest of the world.
It’s been quite the year for Kayla Denney. Well, actually it’s been quite a few months for the Taft Animal Control supervisor since she hasn’t even been on the job a whole year yet, but has managed to save hundreds of animals as well as receive national recognition for her lifesaving work.
Retired San Antonio firefighter/paramedic Conrad M. Gonzales Jr. and author of "10-96 (We're on the way): 40 True Stories That Can Save Your Life" will be signing copies of his book at Books Ink, Crescent Center 1011 US-181 Frontage Ste. 6 in Portland on Sunday, July 14, from 3 to 5 p.m.
Corpus Christi – The 2019 Corpus Christi Comic Con kicked off this past weekend at the American Bank Center with tons of comic book, film and TV stars making their way to the coast – many for the first time.
Odem Owlet cheerleaders, under the direction of coaches Cassidy Hoyle and Samantha Martinez, attended cheer camp in Calallen on June 6-8. The squad worked hard on sideline chants, cheers, band dance and a rally routine. On Saturday, the girls performed all their material from the three days.…
TAFT – Volunteers and families of volunteers from the All Craft Engaged in Safety team of Gulf Coast Growth Ventures (GCGV) decided to give back to the Taft community on Sunday morning.
Sinton – While the Texas heat might stop some residents from being outside, it didn’t stop Sunny Hostin, co-host of ABC’s “The View,” from filming in Sinton on Friday at Jackson Square outside of the Butter Churn.
After watching shows written and produced by Ryan Murphy like “American Horror Story,” “Glee” and “American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace,” I was curious to see his new show “Pose.”
PORTLAND – The Library will be closed Thursday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day. Regular hours will resume Friday, July 5.