Cover-to-cover news in July Corpus Christi Business News
Now that you’ve used Corpus Christi Business News to plan your family’s Fourth of July, you can sit down, relax, and enjoy reading the rest of the July issue. Here’s what you’ll find on the front page this month:
• The Youth Sailing World Championship is coming to Corpus Christi, bringing the world’s top youth sailing competition back to the U.S. for the first time in 22 years;
• A U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturned a lower court ruling that declared two election districts in Nueces County unconstitutional;
• Corpus Christi became a Talent Hub, which means more jobs for locals;
• Single-use bags cannot be banned by municipalities, ruled the Texas Supreme Court.
Businesses highlighted in July include:
The new Corpus Christi Business Directory deadlines are looming, announces a story on page 3. The Business Directory, which is an upgraded version of the Corpus Christi Telephone and Internet Directory, is designed to bring in more customers for its advertisers. Find out how you can increase your customer base with just one ad.
News Briefs on page 2 include a new tiny home project for the homeless, how a pizza poll could fill city potholes, and a look at where a local serviceman has been stationed.
Stories throughout the paper include:
• The new coach for the IceRays next season;
• New Goodwill store opens — the largest in South Texas;
The Good Samaritan Rescue Mission needs your help. Check out our feature on the nonprofit on page 14 along with a list of how you can help.
Highlights of the events found online at 101CorpusChristi.com/EVENTS can be found on page 9 along with instructions on how to submit your events to the area’s most comprehensive, interactive community calendar.
While our team of editors gets to work on the August issue, hang on to your July edition so you can read it cover to cover. Of course, you can also click through this list of stories to get the news as well.
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