In the days after Hurricane Harvey, floodwaters had to go somewhere.
The elections process in Victoria County should be more secure and efficient this November thanks to new grants for the county’s elections office.
CUERO — Halloween is in a league of its own for the Hobbs family, and nothing is going to stop them from celebrating this year.
Invista, the chemical manufacturing giant, is asking for Victoria County’s nomination to receive tax refunds from the state.
The city of Victoria plans to seek almost $55 million in grant funding to do extensive flood control and drainage improvements in a roughly 1.8-square-mile area of the city.
A movie being produced in Victoria, a new independent grocery store opening and a new hospital to treat residents of a rural community are among highlights of life throughout the Crossroads region in the 1930s.
Universal mask wearing is no longer required in three Crossroads counties where COVID-19 case counts have dipped low enough that county judges could take advantage of an exemption to the statewide mask mandate.
Mona Gonzales, 67, gently guided square fabric through her Necchi sewing machine.
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