Reassessing our Priorities in the Workplace - Texas Border Business
My wing commander once gave me some advice in my early years in the Air Force that has served me well throughout my professional life. His message was straightforward – know your job, be decisive, and take care of your people.
LULAC & UNIVISION News to Co-Host Virtual Town Hall Wednesday 5/27 with U.S. Senators on COVID-19's Disproportionate impact on Latino and Minority Communities
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and Univision News will host a virtual town hall with U.S. Senators to discuss the economic crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic in Latino and minority communities
The 2019 McAllen Holiday Parade, by H-E-B Brought Thousands of Families from the Region
The McAllen Holiday Parade, and Christmas in the Park was the fun, free, family-friendly festival that took place in Municipal Park, adjacent to the stadium. Thousands of families from the Region, including Mexico, had fun at Christmas in the Park, which featured food, beverages, games, activities, local performances, artisan vendors, carnival and free concerts that ran Friday, Dec. 6 from 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. and on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019. at 6:00 p.m.
Killam Development acquires Hunt Valley Development for a Master Planned Community
The next phases of Sharyland merit meticulous planning. The Klllam family has partnered with two award-winning planning and design ﬁrms, Able City and Dover. Kohl & Partners. to work with the community in developing a master plan for the area.
Undocumented Alien Sentenced for Assault on Federal Officers
A 24-year-old man from Zacatecas, Mexico, has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction of assaulting three Border Patrol (BP) agents, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick.
McAllen Holiday Parade, presented by H-E-B, announces Christmas in the Park legendary elements and McAllen Holiday Parade FANtastic contest
Residents can begin their 2019 holiday season fun by celebrating under and with the stars at Christmas in the Park, starting on Friday, December 6.
Rio Grande Village mixed-use Retail site Breaks Ground
On November 4, St, Ives Realty and Rio Grande Village, LLC, a Dallas based group of national developers held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Rio Grande Village mixed-use retail site
Student veteran receives Help A Hero scholarship
As Veteran’s Day approaches, one UTRGV student can celebrate being the recipient of the Veteran of Foreign Wars’ Sports Clips Help A Hero scholarship.
Congressman Gonzalez Urges Mexican President to Accept President Trump Offer of Help
Congressman Vicente Gonzalez (TX-15) published an editorial urging Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to accept the United States' offer of help to secure the country.
IBC Bank Brownsville Hosts Mentorship Presentation For Area Students From Brownsville Minitropolis® Programs
IBC Bank-Brownsville hosted a luncheon at its Main Bank for the Bank Presidents from the four Minitropolis® programs in the Brownsville area on Wednesday, October 30.
CARITAS of OLPH and District 5930 Rotary International of McAllen to Distribute New Running Shoes
On Saturday, November 9, 2019, CARITAS and Rotary International clubs of McAllen South, McAllen Rotary Club, Edinburg Rotary Club, and McAllen Evening Club will be at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Parish in McAllen, Texas to distribute New Running Shoes to over 1,400 children from the McAllen area.
New Year - New Girls Night Out! - Texas Border Business
It's one of our most anticipated and celebrated annual events, and it's just right around the corner! Food, drinks, music, dancing, and wild costumes are all going to be a part of our fantastic Girls Night Out 2020 fundraiser!
IDEA Public Schools Breaks Ground on New Campus
Yesterday, IDEA Public Schools hosted Chris Boswell, City of Harlingen Mayor, Senator Eddie Lucio Jr., community leaders, board members, IDEA students and others in celebrating the groundbreaking of its newest campus in the Lower Valley, IDEA Harlingen, which will be located at 24240 Chester Park Rd.
Policy Areas Announced for Texas Senate Committees
On Wednesday, October 30, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick released 116 policy areas that Texas Senate Committees will study over the next year before the 2021 Legislative Session.