The county, established in 1846, was named for John Calhoun, a famed politician and the seventh vice president of the United States.
The water lapped against the shore and music drifted along the edge of the bay as Peyton Martin guided his ... More
PORT LAVACA - Mary Hipolito leaned back in her beach chair, grinning, as her grandchildren splashed in the water at ... More
Whether you are interested in birding, history, shopping, hiking, swimming, boating, fishing or simply watching the sunset, Port Lavaca has ... More
Thousands of years ago, the Crossroads was filled with people. And they were busy. More
By day, it's just another old country building this side of nowhere. Come Saturday night, however, the place is transformed. More