Positions are set on the ballot for the candidates in the May 1 regional municipal and school elections.
Last week, as severe and lasting freezes overwhelmed the state’s electrical grid, 4 million Texans were left without power and 12 million faced disruptions to their water systems. In the Crossroads, tens of thousands lost power and boil water notices were issued in 12 cities and towns. Resid…
We are featuring stories from four towns — Goliad, Woodsboro, Yorktown and Seadrift — that exemplify the compassion and resilience demonstrated by those who helped their neighbors endure one of the hardest winter weeks Texas has faced. Here is our story on Woodsboro. Links to the other three…
Due to the winter storm warning forecasted for Tuesday night, we have decided to print an early edition for Wednesday, Feb. 17th. We just received word that as of now, U.S. 77 and I-37 going into Corpus Christi, where we print the Victoria Advocate, has been reopened to traffic. Unless this …
Due to extreme weather conditions throughout the state of Texas causing dangerous roadways due to ice, the Victoria Advocate will only publish a digital edition on Tuesday, Feb. 16. There will not be a printed newspaper.
The day this appears in print, it will have been just over a year since the first case of COVID-19 was identified in Texas. Now, with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines being distributed throughout the Crossroads, the end of the pandemic is finally in sight.
The driver of a truck that was involved in a fatal roll-over wreck in Refugio County Saturday has been identified as Domingo Orozco Olivares, 45, of Rosenberg.
Two years after a new conservation plan to improve water quality along the Lower San Antonio River was adopted, results are mixed.
The San Antonio River Authority is hosting an online meeting Tuesday to discuss ongoing efforts to keep the Lower San Antonio River clean.
As COVID-19 case numbers rise again in the Crossroads, Refugio and Matagorda counties are offering free testing sites this week.
A prolonged dry period is increasing the risk of fires in Victoria and the surrounding counties, leading some officials to take precautionary measures.
Nearly 70% of Victoria County voters who cast their ballots for president in the Nov. 3 election voted for President Donald Trump, according to the unofficial final results released early Wednesday.
Although COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to rise statewide, the number of serious cases in the Crossroads continues to stay relatively steady for now.
There are 73 active cases of COVID-19 in Victoria County as of Friday evening, local health officials said, leaving the county’s number of active cases well below peaks recorded in July and August.
With the start of early voting for the Nov. 3 election just days away, election administrators around the region are urging residents to plan ahead and prepare to cast their ballots.
A former employee of the Refugio County Sheriff’s Office is running a write-in campaign to try to unseat his former boss, in a crowded race for the county’s top law enforcement official.
- New Dodge dealer location coming by end of year
- UPDATED: Victoria Mayor Rawley McCoy dies unexpectedly Friday evening
- ConocoPhillips donates 11-ton industrial equipment to VC
- Crossroads Community Band serenades during first springtime concert
- VISD addresses winter storm damages
- Flags to be lowered to half-staff in honor of deceased Victoria mayor
- 1 new COVID-19 death reported in Wharton County
- Residents concerned over RV park's plans to discharge treated wastewater into Carancahua Bay
- Blotter: Victoria man arrested, charged with 3 counts of assaulting a public servant
- Q: Will I experience stronger side effects to the second shot of the COVID-19 vaccine compared to the first shot?