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Publisher’s Word: A New Bank for the Rio Grande Valley!

A good banker knows communities, understands clients’ needs and even though they work more by the book, still their commonsense ability is the best way to do business.

Local Company Deploys Covid-19 Response Team for IT Services

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, CarrierCOM Secure IT Services has a team of certified experts to work to keep essential computer networks operating efficiently and securely so businesses can focus on what is important.
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Road Closure for Bicentennial Boulevard Extension Project

As the City of McAllen continues to move forward with the Bicentennial Boulevard road extension project, storm sewer installation construction will cause a road closure along Freddy Gonzalez Drive.

UTRGV increases COVID-19 testing capacity from 150 to 1,000 daily

The UTRGV School of Medicine, through its practice plan, UT Health RGV, is substantially increasing the number of COVID-19 tests it can process in-house, via an automated extraction machine called the Thermo Fisher Kingfisher Flex.

Starr County to announce new Drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at Press Conference

As a response to new Coronavirus cases and their continued preventive measures in Starr County, Judge Eloy Vera and Health Authority Dr. Jose Vazquez will be joined by local partners including Starr County Industrial Foundation, municipalities and educational institutions to host a press conference to announce the relocation and expansion of the COVID-19 Drive-thru Testing Site.

The Laredo Chamber joins forces with other Laredo and Nuevo Laredo groups to ensure...

Ahead of time, Laredo Texas is doing everything possible to reactivate international business with Mexico. Leadership is scarce, abundant in Laredo.

Pharr to Provide Sandbags to Residents

The City of Pharr will be providing self-serve sandbags to residents in anticipation of inclement weather expected and at the start of the 2020 hurricane season.
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