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Victoria Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week
This week, Victoria Crime Stoppers is asking for your help solving a cold case. What started out as a missing persons case is now a murder investigation.
37 year old Linda Mae Singh, was reported missing in April 1984. In June of this year, investigators changed this case to a murder investigation, j…
Victoria Holiday Trash Collection Schedule
Its Christmas weekend, and that means we're all going to have extra trash to deal with after opening presents and cleaning up after holiday meals. Sometimes, that can cause an extra headache because of trash collection schedules being changed so city workers can have the holiday off...
Victoria to Release Emergency Plan Documents
Hurricane Harvey was devastating to a lot of people in the Crossroads, and after the storm, a lot of people were left wondering if Victoria City and County officials handled the situation in the best possible way. According to the Victoria Advocate, the newspaper was asking for a copy of the officia…
Disaster Relief Center Opens in Victoria
The Disaster Relief Center Closed recently in Victoria leaving people wondering where they should go and how to get help recovering from Hurricane Harvey but, now a new Disaster relief Center is open.
According to an official press release, the disaster recovery centers offer in-person support to ind…
Victoria Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week
Burglary. When your personal space is invaded and your property that you worked hard for is taken, it sucks. There's nothing worse than not feeling safe in your own home. That's why it's important to catch criminals that are responsible for it, because it affects every resident...
I Don’t Care What They Say About Texas, Victoria Is Very Charitable
I wrote a blog post yesterday about the generosity of Texans. Despite what a financial website said about how far down on the bottom of the list the Lone Star State is ranked for giving to causes, I feel like we are very charitable. I base that on how much people gave to help others recovering from …
It’s the Giving Season and Texas is Not Very Generous
From what I've seen in my 20 plus years living in south Texas, people here can be some of the most generous I've ever known. Take for example our recent St. Jude Radiothon where you guys donated over $34,000 to help fight cancer in just 2 days...
Victoria Disaster Recovery Center Opens in New Location
It's been a few months, but people are still recovering and rebuilding from damage suffered from Hurricane Harvey. Assistance has been available at the Disaster Recovery Center which was located at the Pattie Dodson Health Center, and that location has moved...
Riverside Golf Course Set to Open in January
Victoria's public golf course in Riverside Park will open January, 6th. City officials made that announcement recently, after reaching the conclusion that it would be less expensive to manage it themselves rather than hiring a management company...

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