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Texas Border Business is regarded by the business community as one of the most valuable credible sources of commerce news in the Rio Grande Valley.

UPDATE: US/Mexico border wall nears 400 miles

As President Trump is in Arizona on October 19, 2020, as of this day, more than 370 miles of new border wall is complete

2020 U.S. Census – Zoom Town Hall with RGV Congressmen

Hosted by Congressmen Vicente Gonzalez, Filemon Vela, Henry Cuellar and Futuro RGV.

National Small Business Week – Virtual Award Ceremony

Congratulations to the Lower RGV SBA Award Winners
Rep. Cuellar Announces $3 Million in Federal Funding to Mission EDC

Rep. Cuellar Announces $3 Million in Federal Funding to Mission EDC

Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28) announced $3 million in federal funding to Mission Economic Development Corporation (EDC) TODAY, September 18.

University of Houston agrees to resolve web accessibility issues

The University of Houston (UH) has reached an agreement regarding web accessibility under Title II of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick.

WATCH: Rep. Cuellar, New Solutions for Reopening the U.S.-Mexico Border

Congressman urges for a new framework that minimizes public health risks and allows community to resume economic activity

Texas and Mexico’s Oil and Gas Industry gather virtually for the 6th Mexico Gas...

To learn about the evolving oil and gas industry landscape in Mexico, business executives can participate in the upcoming the 6th MEXICO GAS SUMMIT 2020 (www.mexicogassummit.com) which will take place virtually this year from San Antonio, Texas on September 8,9 and 10.

WATCH: City of McAllen Presents “United for Reynosa”

During this meeting McAllen Mayor, Jim Darling and Reynosa Mayor, Maqui Ortiz joined by Mexican Consul in McAllen Froylan Yescas Cedillo, will participate in a brief virtual ceremony. The main topic will be to make official the donation of drinking water by McAllen towards the victims of Hurricane Hanna in Reynosa.
In an effort to aid Reynosa community in their time of need, the City of McAllen, McAllen Chamber of Commerce, the McAllen Economic Development Corporation & the McAllen Hidalgo-Anzalduas International Bridge, with the support of the Mexican Consulate in McAllen are coordinating efforts to send one trailer full of cases of drinking water for the people of Reynosa.

Urgent Call to the Rio Grande Valley Community, Reynosa Needs Drinking Water

The aftermath of Hurricane Hanna left behind a lot of flooding and devastation to Reynosa, Mexico. Due to the flooding, thousands of people have lost their belongings, access to the basic resources to cover their basic needs and in many cases their homes.
Stanley Black & Decker Donates 25,000 face masks to Help Mission Regional Medical Center Fight COVID-19 in Mission, Texas

Stanley Black & Decker Donates 25,000 face masks to Help Mission Regional Medical Center...

Mission Regional Medical Center received a donation of 25,000 face masks to support the organization’s mission in the fight against COVID-19. This donation will assist in protecting our patients and keeping our front-line staff as healthy as possible.