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Vaccines for the COVID-19 virus are already being distributed, but they won’t be available to all Americans for months. In the meantime, COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths are all rising.

Palmview to Begin Enforcing Ordinance Prohibiting Parking of Tractor Trailers on Roads, in Neighborhoods

In an effort to improve safety conditions and reduce nuisances on city roads and in residential neighborhoods, the City of Palmview is launching an awareness campaign to inform the community of city ordinances in place regarding the parking, standing, or stopping of tractor-trailers, 18-wheelers, semi-trailers, recreational vehicles, and the like.

Restaurants and Third-Party Delivery Companies Agree to Public Policy Principles

The National Restaurant Association today released Public Policy Principles for Third-Party Delivery (Principles) that define best practices for third-party delivery to guide lawmakers in developing public policy. The release of the Principles culminates a year-long effort by the Association to develop national guidelines based on the experiences of restaurant operators of all sizes.

Governor Abbott Provides Update On COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution In Texas

Governor Greg Abbott today held a press conference where he provided an update on the statewide COVID-19 vaccine distribution at the UPS Distribution Center in Austin. The Governor was joined for the press conference by Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) Chief Nim Kidd and Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Commissioner John Hellerstedt, MD.

Governor of Texas To Provide Update On COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution In Texas

Governor Greg Abbott will provide an update on the COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Texas on Thursday, December 17th at the UPS Distribution Center in Austin.

University receives first COVID-19 vaccines, starts immediate inoculations

UTRGV received 1,950 COVID-19 vaccines, to be administered in the afternoon to the university’s healthcare providers and support staff.

Cuellar Secures Over $51 Million for Chacon Creek Restoration Project

On Friday, December 11th, the City of Laredo joined me at the Chacon Bat Park to deliver $51,973,000 in authorization funding for the Chacon Creek Restoration Project.

STC introduces new opportunities for students spring 2021

South Texas College presents new opportunities in the form of expanded course offerings just in time for the spring semester.

City Recognizes First Responders Who Helped with COVID-19 Response Efforts in El Paso

Mayor Ambrosio Hernandez, M.D. and the Pharr City Commission recognized six first responders from the city for their efforts in assisting the State of Texas Emergency Management Taskforce in their efforts against COVID-19 in El Paso.

Small Business Owners Still Feel Pain of Pandemic and Fear More to Come

Small businesses anticipate the worst of the pandemic is still ahead and half (50%) of small businesses see their operations continuing for a year or less in the current business climate before having to permanently close according to a new poll taken October 30 – November 10 and released today by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and MetLife. The survey also found that small businesses in the South are most likely to report a good local economy and to have plans to increase staff.

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