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Year: 2018

Motorcycle Safety on the Road!

Beautiful open country roads attract many motorcyclists to South Texas from Corpus Christi down throughout the greater Rio Grande Valley and into Brownsville, Texas. There are more than 400,000 motorcycles registered in the Lone Star State, making it the third most popular state for biking behind Georgia and California. While … Continue reading

Recent Recalls in the United States

The safety and protection of the consumer should be of paramount importance to any manufacturer, and the government. That’s why the law mandates manufacturers or the government to protect the general public from products that are likely to cause health and safety problems. The Consumer Product and Safety Commission is … Continue reading

Frontera Honors Hector P. Garcia & the History of Corpus Christi

Herrman & Herrman Sponsors FRONTERA! Frontera is Corpus Christi’s inaugural festival highlighting the rich history and culture of South Texas. Travel back through time to downtown Corpus Christi where you’ll find author talks, historic downtown walking tours, living history at Old Bayview Cemetery, plays in the park and an Old Town … Continue reading

History of Halloween and Common Myths

Some people once considered Halloween to be the eeriest time of the year, but for many others today, this great American celebration is one where people can dress up in costumes like their favorite heroes, wandering the neighborhood while little children go trick or treating in colorful style. The History … Continue reading

Potential Candidates for the 2020 Presidential Election

The United States Presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020, and with less than four months to the launch of the 2020 presidential primary season, quite the frenzy is underway. The incumbent president, Donald J. Trump is expected to retain the Republican Party’s presidential nomination, even though there have … Continue reading

Texas Decides – Midterm Elections

The November 6, 2018 midterm elections are fast approaching, and voters’ registration had ended on the 9th of October. The upcoming Texas elections in the United States have left many speculating whether Trump’s Republican Party would win, or if it will be a smooth win for the Democrats. It’s seemingly … Continue reading

Uber & Lyft Offering Free Rides to the Polls

The 2018 elections are just around the corner with early voting beginning October 22 and election day on November 6. Plenty of organizations and companies around the nation are taking the extra step to help support our democratic process. Companies such as Uber and Lyft have offered to do their … Continue reading

Prices of Homes Rise in San Antonio

If you have been thinking about buying a home in San Antonio then you should get ready to face the high rise prices of homes in the area. Yes, you heard it right! San Antonio is getting high increases with the home market prices on the massive level. It is … Continue reading

Crime in San Antonio Above National Average

With a crime rate of 60 per one thousand residents, San Antonio has one of the top crime rates in the USA matched to all communities of all sizes – from the little towns to the very biggest cities. One’s chance of becoming a victim of either property or violent … Continue reading

Are You Covered? Car Insurance Plans You Need!

Texas resident drivers are required by law to have some form of vehicle insurance along with proof of that insurance within their car. Although many states require you to have specific protection plans, Texas only requires you to have liability coverage which does not fully protect you or others in … Continue reading