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Texas Border Business helps Metro McAllen to promote survey  to Better Serve Customers

To improve the services and experiences of its customers, Metro McAllen is seeking input through an online customer survey. This survey and all ongoing activities is known as Move McAllen and is an effort to understand how to best serve the community in the coming years.

McAllen Community Project Responds to Border Wall Visit News Coverage 

Today, Another Side of Us, in cooperation with the McAllen Chamber of Commerce, city residents, and community partners, released Our Home — a new video that pushes back against headlines that wrongly portray Texas border communities as unsafe, or worse, un-American.
Mayor Hernandez, MD, as he gives his state of the city to a packed convention center. Photo by Roberto Hugo Gonzalez

Pharr Hosts 2019 State of the City Address

Hundreds of local leaders, business partners, and other community organizations were in attendance as Pharr Mayor, Dr. Ambrosio Hernandez, hosted the third annual State of the City Address on January 17, 2019.
McAllen community members join the national conversationvideo

McAllen Community Project Challenges Border Stereotypes

PolluxCastor Creative, in cooperation with the city of McAllen, residents and community partners in McAllen, launched the Another Side of Us project on August 7, 2018 with the release of Welcome — a new video to challenge misconceptions about life in a Latino-majority city on the Texas-Mexico border.

PSJA ISD, only district in Texas to receive three consecutive JET grants to expand career...

Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District (PSJA ISD) was presented with a Jobs and Education for Texas (JET) Grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) at the City of Pharr’s State of the City Address held at the Pharr Events Center on Thursday, Jan. 17.

Video: 5 Dangers of Mexico No One Is Warning You About

"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."
Ruth Hughs, chair of Texas Workforce Commission signed three grants totaling more than $1.3 million to South Texas College on Jan. 11, 2019.

South Texas College celebrates ‘million dollar morning’

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.

OP-ED: Common Sense Border Security Solutions

“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.

Pharr Releases City Manager’s Salary

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.

11 days into 2019 and McAllen Performing Arts Center cemented record-breaking year already

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