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"When you tell people you're moving to Mexico, you're going to get questions about whether something might happen to you there. In this video, I walk you through five risks you need to take into account before deciding whether Mexico is right for you."
Welcoming representatives from Texas Workforce Commission, state lawmakers, and leaders in the business and healthcare communities, South Texas College president Dr. Shirley A. Reed lauded what she termed a “million dollar morning” for the college.
“In 2017, I authored a white paper entitled “Common Sense Border Security Solutions,” which I have shared with members of Congress, Trump Administration officials and other leaders in the public and private sectors across the country.
After an extensive search to lead the administration and oversight of the daily operations of the City of Pharr, city officials announced the selection of Alex Meade as its city manager late last year. Meade brings a wealth of professional experience, leadership capacity, and a progressive vision that aligns with Pharr's goals and direction, according to Pharr Mayor Ambrosio Hernandez, MD.
Just 11 days into the new year and 2019 has already cemented itself as a record-breaking year for the McAllen Performing Arts Center (MPA). The McAllen Performing Arts Center started the year off on a high note with tickets for an astounding 35 events in this year currently on sale to the public
The Museum of South Texas History (“MOSTHistory”), a museum chronicling the heritage of South Texas and northeastern Mexico, invites the community to celebrate Pioneer & Ranching Crafts Day on Saturday, Feb. 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. MOSTHistory will feature the tortilla and the question: flour or corn tortilla?
Hidalgo County Criminal District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez Jr. is creating a Human Trafficking Unit with an emphasis on forced labor in the agricultural sector.
Millions of Americans, both Republican and Democrat, voted for President Donald J. Trump to reverse decades of failure by Washington and fix America’s broken immigration system.
South Texas College is seeking to be the first point of contact for students from mixed status households seeking to improve their lives through education.
The Chamber's Government Affairs Council will meet at the Chamber on Wednesday, January 30 from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. This month, our guest speaker will be Mayor Jim Darling who will discuss the city of McAllen's Legislative Agenda.