The national organization of Boy Scouts of America is suffering from “sins of the past,” but its current financial hardship should not interfere with South Texas activities, area officials said.
About 11 p.m. Jan. 25 an unknown assailant shot multiple times at a man who was walking a dog near the 4300 Block of North John Stockbauer Drive. The shots came from inside a passing vehicle that sped away after the shots were fired.
Lavaca County Retired School Personnel met Feb. 11 in the fellowship hall of the Hallettsville First United Methodist Church. Local FFA members Rylan Marak and Abigail Smith came to deliver and practice their speeches for upcoming competitions.
As Barbara Pedrosa watched her 8-month-old son crawl around the floor of the Victoria Public Library, she said she was glad to hear the library’s carpet will soon be receiving an upgrade.
The Victoria County Jail was found in noncompliance in January after an inspection by the Texas Commission on Jail Standards.
The number of violent crimes in Victoria in 2019 was almost 20% higher than the average of the past five years.
Victoria County has three 4-H teams preparing to compete at the Houston Livestock Show Food Challenge competition that will March 17.
Plenty of major companies screen prospective employees for illegal drug use in the U.S., but only one does for nicotine.
Dorothy Vincent rolled her walker to the front doors of her new home. She took a pair of scissors and snipped the purple ribbon across the entrance of Bethany Senior Living as if she were cutting through wrapping paper on Christmas morning.
Newspapers often are called the first draft of history. That's a wonderful way to consider what we try to do every day for our community. A newspaper documents life in our little corner of the world in a way that no other media source can or does.
This is a listing of building permits issued by the city of Victoria from Feb. 6-12 for new commercial, commercial remodeling, new residential construction and manufactured homes.
Eveline Bethune, owner of Bethune & Son and Melvins Menswear, said the logistics of operating a clothing rental service would make it difficult, if not impossible, for most Victoria retailers.
Low cost vaccine or spay/neuter clinics have increased in number and popularity. They provide an excellent service for the community to aid with population control and preventing the spread of preventable disease. There are some wonderful advantages to these services, however there are some …
The 2020 Charity Concert Series will conclude on March 13 at Victoria College’s Leo J. Welder Center for the Performing Arts with TG Sheppard and Kelly Lang.
Marble Falls resident Robert Schiener has a goal of helping as many people as possible who need the services of a mental health professional, and now that he’s received a national certification, he has taken a major step toward that goal.
Victoria College students will have the opportunity to win $1,000 scholarships by telling their story in the “What’s Your Story?” scholarship contest.
A longtime Victoria construction company that appears to have closed and recently laid off employees has ceased work on a project in Lampasas County.
The 27th annual Knowledge Bowl, benefitting the Victoria Adult Literacy Council, will add a new division for college or university students this year.
The Victoria Professional Express Network of the American Business Women’s Association is offering one $1,000 and one $2,000 scholarship through the Stephen Bufton Memorial Educational Fund to two deserving area students.
Dozens of residents have recently posted on Crossroads Today’s Facebook page with the same question — where’s Bill?
We can all point to defining moments in our life. Maybe for you, it’s the day you got married, graduated from college or welcomed your first child into the world. Or maybe, it’s the day you lost your job, received a negative medical report or experienced a failed relationship. Here’s the thi…
The Decora Study Club of Victoria was called to order by President Mary Ann Wright on Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. at the Victoria Women’s Club House. Carin Martin led the collect and the pledges to the American and Texas flags. Robin Cadle gave the Federation Report.
Victoria College will offer a Microsoft Word Basics in a Day course from 1 to 5 p.m. March 7 in Room 307 of the Conference and Education Center at VC’s Emerging Technology Complex.
- Victoria County Jail found in noncompliance after January inspection
- Two minors involved in Goliad County shooting
- Former VISD wrestling coach gets probation for child sex assault guilty plea
- Former Bay City AD/football coach dies
- Blotter: 23-year-old accused of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
- Victoria chamber names 3 CEO finalists
- Port Lavaca City Hall suffers cyber attack
- Oilfield saltwater disposal site spills flammable liquid in Bloomington
- Guest column: Open letter to Donald Trump
- New flooring to bring new aesthetics to Victoria Public Library (w/video)