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Main Street Reduced in Downtown Victoria
If you travel Main St. from Stayton Ave. to Commercial St. in downtown Victoria, utility line work will reduce the street to one lane for the next week.
City officials say installation of new utility lines may reduce traffic to one lane but, all businesses in the area will remain open...
Victoria Tops “Winter Events Hot Spots” List
Victoria brings the snowbirds in the winter time, and according to a publication aimed at planners of conventions and events, it's the number one spot in the south for those kind of events.
A published report in the Victoria Advocate says the city won the votes making it the top spot in the 2016…
What Do you Love About Texas?
I Am A Texan put together this cool video called '14 Things I Love About Texas.' It's pretty good and I agree with all of the above but. I'd add bands like ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny & Edgar Winter, Janis Joplin and a few more to the music list. I would also add shopping and eating in Ho…
North Street Lane Closure Begins Monday
If you use North Street in Victoria, you may want to allow yourself some extra time beginning Monday.
The City of Victoria will reduce the street to one lane beginning this Monday (April 18th) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. This scheduled closure should last for about three weeks, and only affects the westbou…
This is National Work Zone Awareness Week
Welcome to National Work Zone Awareness Week!
I had no idea that there was such a thing because drivers should use caution not only in work zones but, everywhere they drive.
Victoria Police remind those of us in the Crossroads that work zones can be dangerous for the men and women who work there and, …
What’s the Most Redneck City in Texas? [VIDEO]
I'm sure you've heard all the cliches about rednecks and the Lone Star State. Based on those stereotypes, the website HomeSnacks put together a tongue-in-cheek video that compares Texas towns to see which is the most redneck. Naturally, their criteria includes the number of gun stores, bai…

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