By Mark Silberstein Wiping away tears, Celeste Atkins still has trouble dealing with the shock and trauma of losing everything in a fire that destroyed the family home Thursday, August 18th at 2960
Open since mid-July and funded with grants from Keep Texas Beautiful and grocery giant H.E.B., the Ingleside Recycling Center at 1580 Fourth St. hasn’t had electrical service. That has rendered machines used for baling piles of recyclable plastic and cardboard useless. Now, the City Manager confirms a contractor has been hired to hook up power that should be connected by the end of this month. Bad weather has also plagued the facility that is closed if there’s a heavy rain since the yard is dirt and it quickly becomes mud, threatening to create a situation where a resident of San Patricio County may get stuck. As it is, the facility operates with limited days and hours, as seen here.
Welcomed as the first recycling center in San Patricio County, a facility opened in mid-July at 1580 Fourth St.
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By Mark Silberstein Circumstance played a big role in reopening an Ingleside on the Bay staple and residents couldn’t be happier it seems. When the Fire Side Market at 1297 Main St.
By Rebecca Madden Ingleside Independent School District is one step closer to making the School Guardian program a reality.
By Rebecca Madden In a continued effort to clean up Ingleside neighborhoods, the first-of-itskind vessel turn-in program seeks to set sail to dilapidated or junk boats on properties throughout the
Saturday, September 17th, the Ingleside Mustang’s women’s volleyball team swept Aransas Pass, Skidmore, and George West. The final scores were Aransas Pass Tournament 7th Grade A Team vs. Rockport 25-20, 25-15; vs. Skidmore 25-22, 25-16, and, vs. George West
25-16, 25-23. Ingleside’s Kyleigh Ralston was named Most Valuable Player.
Courtesy: Ingleside ISD
It was close Friday night, September 9th, just not close enough. The Ingleside High School Mustangs football team played an away game at Rockport-Fulton, losing 30-35.
Photo by James Granger
IHS’s Hilario Lopez, left and Nathan Ambrose, right, team to stop Mathis Pirate’s Ethan Ybarra during Friday night’s season home opener. The Mustang’s won, 46-7.
Francisco E. Gonzales, 83, of Ingleside, passed away on September 8,2022. He was born October 25,1938 in Taft, Texas to Francisco Gonzales and Eva Elizondo.
Leonard John Shedd passed away on July 23, 2022, just one day after his 87th birthday. He was born on July 22, 1935 to Frank and Frances Shedd in Aransas Pass.
Christian Hoyt Hamrick passed away peacefully at his home on August 11, 2022. Hoyt was born on February 12, 1962 in Sinton, Texas to Charles and Loree’ Hamrick.
Ingleside- Charles Robert Weikel passed away on August 9. 2022. He was 82.
Ingleside – Earl Duane Vickery passed away July 30, 2022. He was 69.