El Tapatio Mexican Restaurant owners Alejandro and Lupita Zaragoza said their mission is to make people feel at home and serve good food. Customers would agree because their staff makes customers feel like family.
For over 100 years, the Riviera Telephone Company has been serving residents of south Texas. For the last 83 years, it has been served by just one family.
The J.K. Northway Exposition Center will get additional funding for renovation efforts, after Kleberg County officials announced they have been awarded a U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Business Development Grant in the amount of $175,000.
(Editor’s note: This is the sixth in a series of articles on economic development led by the Kingsville Chamber of Commerce. Stef and Becs is now located in the Kingsville Chamber of Commerce of Building.)
(Editor’s note: This is the fifth story in a series of articles detailing economic development issues in Kingsville and how the EDC and Chamber is trying to bring jobs and companies to the area.)
(Editor’s Note: This is the fourth story in a series of articles on economic development and why Kingsville is changing to become a community open to new business.)
(Editor’s note: This is part 3 in a series of articles on greater Kingsville economic development opportunities and efforts. Today we visit with EDC and Chamber Executive Director Manny Salazar to look at what his office is doing to promote economic development and what issues his office faces).
(Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of articles on Economic Development issues and opportunities in Kleberg County. The purpose is to educate the public and business community on what resources are available, what can be done, and what issues face the greater Kingsville area movin…
Here is a list of restaurants currently in the Kingsville area. If a business would like to be added to the list, please contact (361) 592-4304.
As long lines continue to form every morning in front of grocery stores in the area, City of Kingsville and Kleberg County officials are working to ensure the safety of shoppers as they wait to enter stores.
Caroline Perez knew she wanted to be among the first to order from the new Starbucks located at the intersection of Hwy 77 and Gen. Cavazos Boulevard.
Schools and organizations serving K-12 students in NewWave Communications communities have the opportunity to win $3,000 to fund their technology project or club as part of the internet service provider’s annual “Dream Bigger” social media campaign.
The Port of Corpus Christi announced in a news release early Friday morning that Phillips 66 and Trafigura will begin work on a 50/50 joint venture project to build as many as two single-point mooring buoys about 21 miles offshore from the port.
After more than a decade since its last store’s closure, Starbucks returns to Kingsville next week with a grand opening at the franchise’s new location near the intersection of Hwy 77 and Gen. Cavazos Boulevard.
Tickets are available for the upcoming 73rd annual Bishop Chamber of Commerce Banquet, set for March 18 and featuring local U.S. Army veteran Robert Ochoa Jr. as the keynote speaker.
It was a cold and drizzly day five years ago when the first Kingsville Farmers Market was held at the Downtown Pavilion on N. Sixth Street. Even with less-than-ideal conditions, an estimated 400 to 500 people braved the rainy weather to see what the new venture was all about.
The new Dollar General store located on the site of the former Kingsville Publishing Company building is now open for business, with a grand opening event planned for Saturday morning with free prizes and special deals.
This weekend marks the fifth anniversary of the Kingsville Farmers Market hosted at the Pavilion in Downtown Kingsville. To commemorate the event, vendors will offer discounted prices on many items and organizers will raffle a gift basket filled with goodies.
The Kleberg County Commissioners Court voted to issue a burn ban effective Feb. 18 because of a lack of rainfall, but they elected to adopt an order to allow the sale and purchase of fireworks next week.
A proposed $8.5 million rental housing development that could be located near the City of Bishop received unanimous support from Nueces County commissioners on Feb. 12.
Students from the College of Business Administration at Texas A&M University-Kingsville will again offer free income tax preparation through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
The Kleberg County Tax Assessor-Collector’s Office is advising property owners that their property taxes must be paid by Jan. 31 to avoid penalties and interest.
Editor's Note: The purpose of the Jan. 9 workshop was to introduce landowners/farmers/ranchers to resources available to them from state and federal agencies, as well as educating on Best Management Practices that could help alleviate runoff into the streams that lead to Baffin Bay. An earli…
Bestselling author Hollie Overton will be returning to her hometown of Kingsville next month to support a couple of locally owned businesses with a book signing for her latest novel, followed by a reception open to the public.
As part of an ongoing effort to assess the characteristics and needs of the Baffin Bay Watershed, Texas Sea Grant is partnering with USDA’s Natural Resource Conservation Service and Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board to provide information about conservation practices that focus o…
It is this time of year again, the Annual Coastal Bend Row Crop symposium. It will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at Prukop (Los Machos) Farms at 10019 South Highway 281. This is about one mile south of the intersection of Highway 141 and 281 It is located west of Highway 281.
With the high cost of commercial fertilizers, low commodity prices and lack of deep moisture, agriculture producers are looking for strategies to cut costs while still maximizing production potential.
Plans for the construction of a 249-lot recreational vehicle park along U.S. Highway 77 in Bishop are currently underway, with the developers hoping to break ground on the project as soon as next month.
Cattle ranchers are facing some tough decisions in the coming months as a drier-than-average year could lead to the need to sell off some of their herds heading into 2020.
Demolition began this week on the Kingsville Publishing Building on Fifth Street in downtown. The building was constructed in 1969 and served as the home of the Kingsville Record and Bishop News until 2009. The building was recently purchased by a firm on behalf of Dollar General, and plans …
The 16th Annual Holt Cat Symposium on Excellence in Ranch Management on Oct. 17-18 in Kingsville will bring together beef industry professionals who will share their knowledge and vision at the symposium titled, “The Future of Beef Marketing: Technology and the Changing Consumer.”
- Herrera arrested on multiple charges, including murder
- Grant will enable City to begin drainage mitigation
- Kleberg Vaccination Clinic ups distribution, starts mobile unit
- Kingsville Fire Dept. receives donation
- KPD leads multiple agencies to arrest alleged robbery
- City of Kingsville Festival de la Loteria this Saturday
- Kingsville ISD offers credit recovery opportunities
- Homecoming King, Queen crowned for Bishop High School