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Pharr Sales Tax Activity Continues to Increase

City Manager Ed Wylie announced that the sales tax activity for the city of Pharr as of the month of October 2020 continues to show a positive upward trend, demonstrating a steady increase in sales activity.

Do Not Disturb: Be Respectful of Your Neighbors

After numerous complaints, the City of McAllen is reminding residents to be mindful of their neighbors

RGV Agents Disrupt Five Human Smuggling Attempts

In 48 hours, Rio Grande Valley agents foiled five human smuggling attempts and in the process arrested 8 smugglers and 15 illegal aliens.

Two Valley Residents Appointed to Task Force On Disaster Issues

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Valley residents to the Task Force on Disaster Issues Affecting Persons who are Elderly and Persons with Disabilities for terms set to expire on February 1, 2023.

IDEA Public Schools and Community to focus on Bus Safety during National School Bus...

This week, IDEA Public Schools along with the Texas Department of Public Safety and local police departments will join forces to recognize National School Bus Safety Week.

Pharr Keeps Citizens Safe During Voting with New Electioneering Ordinance

Earlier this month, the City of Pharr passed Ordinance O-2020-37 regulating electioneering in city-owned or city-controlled property in order to help keep citizens and the community stay safe during voting.

Honoring a Loved One with the Digital Altar Exhibit

One of the central aspects of the yearly Día de los Muertos celebration at the Museum of South Texas History is the Community Altar Exhibit. However, due to Covid-19, the community is invited to participate in the new Digital Altar Exhibit.

Cinema of Horror Halloween Drive-In Movie Experience

The City of Hidalgo and Payne Arena, best known for its concerts that have taken the Rio Grande Valley by storm, has announced that it will be bringing a new, COVID-compliant twist to Halloween fright nights last week of October.

Scorpion family members motivated

The fall 2020 semester started a bit differently this year for Texas Southmost College freshman.

The City of Edinburg & MOSTH Celebrate the Day of the Dead

This year, the City of Edinburg and the Museum of South Texas History present 'Dia de Los Muertos: Los Muertos Bailan', a two-week celebration of the Day of the Dead.