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Valley Baptist donates cereal, funds to Food Bank RGV

Valley Baptist Health System on Wednesday celebrated its ninth Healthy Over Hungry Cereal Drive by donating more than 3,000 boxes of cereal and $2,500 to the Food Bank of the Rio Grande Valley.

Here’s everywhere you can see Fourth of July fireworks displays in the RGV

If you’re looking for a fun Fourth of July event filled with fireworks, look no further.

Photo Gallery: Families flocking to Pirate’s Cove in Edinburg to cool off

Water splashing in children's faces as the boys and girls giggle and chase each other while their parents laugh and keep a watchful eye — it's summer in the Rio Grande Valley, and people who are just looking for a way to beat the heat soaked up these vibes at the new Pirate's Cove splash park in Edinburg on Monday.

Primera, TexPreps bring former NFL players to small city with big dreams

PRIMERA — Nestled within the confines of Cameron County just 4 miles from Harlingen is Primera, a town with a population just north of 5,000.

Valley artwork among 500 pieces on display at Cheech Marin’s exhibit in California

This June as the Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art & Culture in Riverside, California celebrates its first anniversary with a new exhibit of "Cheech Collects" Rio Grande Valley artists continue to claim their place at the table.

Smoke Crafters in Mission, McAllen driving business with personal touch, creative meats

MISSION — Smoke Crafters BBQ is more than just great barbecue. It’s an experience.

Residents ‘looking for community’ celebrate RGV PRIDE’s 10th anniversary on South Padre Island

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — RGV PRIDE was in full swing Saturday for a celebration of the LGBTQ+ community over a two-day weekend event here at the Cameron County Amphitheater and Event Center.

Culinary camp adds flavor to students’ summer at Harlingen’s Laurel Park Bistro

HARLINGEN — Isabela Pierce, of Harlingen, and Thérèse Lawrence, of Brownsville, both 12 years old, pay close intention as chef and proprietor Diego Benitez walks them through how to fill piping bags full of pastry cream that make up the layers of the classically French dessert, the napoleon, June 15 in the kitchen at Laurel Park Bistro.

Habitat for Humanity breaks ground on new home in Brownsville

BROWNSVILLE — On a green morning laced with sunlight and the shimmer of blue of the sky, a house waited to be built.