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IBC Bank and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center are teaming up once again for the bank's 2019 “Give Cancer the Boot” campaign. The fundraising campaign will run from May 10 through September 27, 2019
It has come to the attention of the City of McAllen that there is a Go Fund Me page for a permanent home for the respite center for Catholic Charities. Please note that this site is false and is not an official fundraiser for the non-profit organization.
A City of Edinburg firefighter barbecue pit has recently been stolen at the Edinburg volunteer fire training field on Doolittle. This specific barbecue pit is used for various city events , by our local schools, businesses, and churches.
This information was provided by Jesse Gonzalez of the “J. Gonzalez Law Firm” as a public service announcement. For more information call 1-800-CAR-Crash or visit www.jgonzalezlawfirm.com
The Empty Bowls Committee is planning the best and biggest buffet in the Valley! The 14th Annual Empty Bowls Luncheon and Auction is confirmed for Sept. 19, 2019 at the Pharr Events Center, Pharr, Texas!
The City of McAllen held a regular election for registered voter residents of McAllen City Commission Districts 4 and 5, today, Saturday, May 4, 2019, for commissioner for each district. Unofficial results for District 5 were pending based on review of provisional ballots by the Hidalgo County Elections Administration Office.
President Alma Ortega Johnson presents a $10K grant to the Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Education Foundation
For the 11th consecutive year, IDEA college preparatory schools in the Rio Grande Valley were ranked among the best performing high schools in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.
Vegetables, fruits, lean protein, water and dairy, hooray! It’s all about making healthy dietary choices and, according to a recent Gallup and Sharecare’s Community Rankings for Healthy Eating report, the McAllen MSA ranked 4th out of 40 cities across the U.S. with healthiest diets.
IBC Bank released results from a Perryman Group report the bank commissioned, “The Economic Costs of the U.S.-Mexico Border Slowdown.” The report confirmed the long-touted assertion that U.S. ports of entry are underfunded, understaffed and overwhelmed by increasing levels of trade.