Local members of the American Association of University Women are once again holding a book sale at the Neyland Library.
Morgan Street Seafood Company says this is a busy time of year for them, and they are always sure to have plenty of seafood in stock.
Requirements for participation in Corpus Christi’s Sister City program will be discussed today
With nearsightedness on the rise from the use of smart phones, tablets and computers, wearing these special soft contacts while you sleep can make a big difference for a child when he or she gets older.
Dulce, an extremely friendly girl, is about a year-and-a-half old and is available for adoption from Corpus Christi Animal Care Services.
Many parishioners usually head inside their local church to receive ashes in the shape of a cross on their forehead.
The Del Mar College Foundation and Trustee Emeritus Bernie Paulson are “rounding ‘em up” for the March 28 event.
In addition to giving some furry friends some love, the end goal will also give these child volunteers a chance to sharpen their reading skills.
Employees only need to attend one of the meetings, which will be held in the Kane Beef cafeteria.
The flexibility of this program is what attracts veterans, and with projected nursing shortages and an increasingly older population, the University knows they can play a big role.
Oyster aficianados will be making their way to Fulton this week for the annual Fulton Oysterfest.
The 39th annual Y Women In Careers Awards Banquet will be held Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Congressman Solomon P Ortiz International Center.
Tickets are on sale now for the Buc Days 2019 Rodeo Corpus Christi.
To show support for veterans and their service, past and present, the Nueces County Veterans Services, Del Mar College Veterans Services and the Veterans Administration are teaming up to host their annual Veterans Resource Fair.
There’s a lot to do in the Coastal Bend this weekend.