Local Initiative Supports Businesses Post-Storms

Several organizations in Corpus Christi have banded together to create a supportive initiative to uplift local businesses grappling with financial hardships following Tropical Storm Alberto and Hurricane Beryl. Mayor Paulette Guajardo spearheaded this initiative, which aims to revitalize the community's economy through the CC Me Impact Week. CC Me Impact Week: A Call to Action Mayor Paulette Guajardo officially declared July 9 to July 19 CC Me...

Insurance Preparation as Hurricane Season is Here

With the start of hurricane season, Coastal Bend residents need to remember the importance of having adequate insurance coverage for preparedness. While Hurricane Beryl did not make a direct hit, it served as a stark reminder of the need to be ready, especially in flood-prone areas. Increased Activity and the Need for Coverage John Serrata of State Farm Insurance reports a significant uptick in calls since the arrival of Tropical Storm Alberto,...

Resilience Defines Houston Astros on the Mound

The Houston Astros have displayed remarkable resilience on the mound this season. Despite a slew of injuries to key starting pitchers, they have managed to stay competitive. With the All-Star break on the horizon, the Astros are looking forward to a much-needed rest and the return of some key players. Overcoming Injuries The Astros have seen seven starting pitchers, including José Urquidy, Cristian Javier, and J.P. France, sidelined due to...

Fecal Bacteria Found in Coastal Bend Beaches

Recent water sampling has revealed medium levels of fecal bacteria in Coastal Bend beaches, highlighting concerns about beach safety. Although this discovery is part of routine beach maintenance, it raises significant questions about water quality and public health. The Impact of Tropical Storm Alberto Tommy Shilts from the Surfrider Foundation explained that following Tropical Storm Alberto, water samples from two out of three tested locations...

Storm Beryl Shifts Eastward: Implications for Corpus Christi

The National Weather Service reports that the path of Storm Beryl has shifted eastward and is now expected to land near Matagorda Bay. Consequently, this change in trajectory brings significant implications for the residents and services in Corpus Christi. Therefore, here's a comprehensive overview of what to expect and how to stay safe. Peak Storm Beryl and Adverse Weather Conditions City officials have announced that meteorological data...

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