It’s hard not to feel a buzz of anticipation when looking at the conceptual drawings of downtown Victoria in a recent briefing provided to City Council.
Stroman Middle School and its students are hanging in the balance of the November election, but voters still lack the necessary information to weigh in.
The Main Street movement that has taken hold in cities and towns across the country over the last few decades has shown that a community is only as healthy as its core — its downtown. Furthermore, a community’s downtown serves as its face to the rest of the world.
Shortly after the first plane crashed into the North Tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, Dianne DeFontes and her coworkers in an 89th floor law office discovered that the entrances to the emergency stairwells had been damaged in the attack, trapping them inside.
Women in our community become homeless for a variety of reasons, and thankfully, Perpetual Help Home, a faith-based nonprofit, is here to help them.
Imagine sending your child to school every day not knowing whether the air conditioning in his school will work to cool him and others from the scorching Texas sun.
Earlier in August, a man walked into the Cuero Chamber of Commerce facing a serious problem. His printing shop needed to produce the programs for an upcoming funeral, but the business had lost internet.
The Catholic Diocese of Victoria’s Office of Family Evangelization reaches out to encourage, strengthen and form families. Especially refreshing is the Surviving Divorce ministry that helps those going through difficult separations and divorces, a sensitive subject in the church.
We’ve debated about the danger of the coronavirus. We’ve questioned its origins, and we’ve argued over the best methods to control it while minimizing the damage to our lives and welfare.
When the pandemic forced the closure of El Campo’s beloved Showplace 3 movie theater, some people might have expected the ‘80s-era building to be torn down.
In 10 days, most students in the Crossroads will be back in class sitting socially distanced from their classmates. Many will be in a classroom for the first time in more than a year.
This week, National Farmers Market Week, is a good time to bring attention to the contributions of the vibrant Victoria Farmers’ Market as well as those in surrounding areas such as Cuero, Goliad, Yoakum, Edna and Ganado.
With the recent addition of brachytherapy, which radiation oncologist Dr. Matthew McCurdy called “the big, missing piece,” Citizens Medical Center in Victoria now has a comprehensive radiation center.
The seizure of 138 head of cattle owned by a Goliad County family in late May shocked ranchers and community members throughout the Crossroads for a number of reasons.
The Victoria Public Library fosters fun and a love of literacy for children while connecting adults through creative programming. The building is a light and airy hub for families, especially during the summer months. As the pandemic recedes, the library is offering a series of in-person, fr…
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