The Hurricane Harvey Recovery golf tournament tees off next week, and The Mission Restaurant Supply and Coastal Bend Restaurant Association is striving to raise money for restaurants still recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
City of Corpus Christi Parks and Recreation is planning to bring “spraygrounds” to some city parks.
This Sunday, Oct. 7, the Texas State Aquarium will host families and guests for Dollar Day presented by the Union Pacific Foundation.
The 13th Annual Singer Songwriter Showcase benefiting Driscoll Children’s Hospital will feature Kelley Lovelace, Neil Thrasher and Rivers Rutherford.
Que Bueno Taco Fest isn’t going to let a little rain get in the way of their efforts to Restore The Ritz.
The city of Corpus Christi’s new sandbag distribution system will be at West Guth Park this Saturday.
Rockport-Fulton invites everyone to a weekend celebration of recovery and reflection a year after Hurricane Harvey hit that community.
The Pepsi-Cola Company of Corpus Christi is celebrating 40 years of serving the Coastal Bend, and wants local residents to join in.
Senator Ted Cruz will be in Alice Friday for a meet and greet and Corpus Christi Saturday as he campaigns to keep his senate seat in the upcoming midterm elections.
Tuesday is the first chance for Flour Bluff parents to sign children up for the Latchkey After School Program for the 2018-2019 school year. Corpus Christi registration is set to begin Thursday.
Rockport Arts District hosts a block party to celebrate the community’s comeback after Harvey’s devastation.
The Corpus Christi Parks & Recreation Department is inviting the public to share their ideas for the Parks Master Plan update.
The free workshop is intended for individuals looking to submit residential or commercial plans for permitting and inspection and want to submit their own designs, but do not have engineering or architectural background
This is an annual water quality report required by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for distribution to customers of the City of Corpus Christi water distribution system.
It was a dream of Howard Butt and his wife, so they acquired over 1,900 acres in the hill country on the Frio river.