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New Report Shows Victoria is a Safer Place to Live
Crime is down according to a new report released to Victoria City Councilors yesterday. The 2017 Annual Crime Report shows that Class 1 crimes are down 4.23%, and Police Chief J.J. Craig attributes the decrease to keeping residents educated and improving communication...
Will Victoria Waive Late Fees on Water Bills?
With so many people affected by Hurricane Harvey here in Victoria, one councilwoman has proposed that the city waive late fees on city water bills since many residents may be struggling to recover from the storm.At yesterday's council meeting, Josephine Soliz asked the city to consider the prop…
Extra Yard Waste Still to be Collected
There was a lot of yard debris after Hurricane Harvey, and a lot of Victoria residents still have some that needs to be picked up, including myself. Rest assured, the City of Victoria has not forgotten you. The job has been a huge one, and it continues...
Riverside Golf Course to be Closed Temporarily
Bad news for golfers who like to play Riverside Golf Course, it's slated to be closed for a while to allow for improvements.
Victoria City Manager Charmelle Garrettt told city councilors that the temporary closing will allow the city to improve the grass on the course, eliminating fungus, mowing…
Career Fair This Thursday
Are you looking for a new career? Are you tired of sending resumes left and right and never hearing back? If you are, dress in your best professional clothes, bring your resumes to the Townsquare Media Career Fair May 18th. You will have the opportunity to meet the top employers and to interview for…
Victoria Ranked Among Best Small Cities for College Graduates
The City of Victoria just got another vote of confidence, this time as a great place for college graduates to be. According to a press release from OnlineDegrees.com, a report entitled “Best Small Cities for New Grads,” Victoria was ranked 15th out of 159 small cities acr…
Did A Counterfeit Bill Come from the City of Victoria?
A 61 year old Victoria man may have received a counterfeit $10 bill in change from paying his water bill to the city of Victoria.
According to a published report in the Victoria Advocate, Sean Crowe paid his water bill last week with cash he got from an ATM...
You Can Help Plan Victoria’s Future
You often hear from people around town that there aren't enough things to do in Victoria or, that this street or that needs to be re-paved. These are just a couple of the kinds of things that people talk about in conversation or on social media. Would you like to express your concerns to the city, a…
Free Career Fair Happens Today
APS Personnel Services and Townsquare Media would like to invite you to attend the free Internship and Career Fair today at the Hilton Garden Inn from 9a-2p. They are looking for someone who wants to go to work right away, some is who friendly, clean, and presentable...

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