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Photo Gallery: Foy’s Supermarket’s last days

MISSION — “Iconic,” “a staple,” and “a part of history.” These are words used to describe the popular grocery store, Foy’s Supermarket. Located near the...

Runners come out to support sea turtles

Runners got a challenge unique to our community Saturday with the arrival of the 6th annual Ridley Rush, a 1-mile fun run at 8 a.m. through Gladys Porter Zoo.

Wings over RGV: Local restaurant chain grows despite pandemic

When Bobby Saenz opened his first Wing Barn on Boca Chica Boulevard in Brownsville on May 27, 2010, his goal was to eventually get to 10 stores.

Rehabilitated turtles returned to habitat off South Padre Island

Six Atlantic green sea turtles that spent a combined 350 days in the hospital for rehabilitation received a second chance at life this week as they were released back into wild off South Padre Island.

Harlingen duo to be inducted into multicultural Hall of Fame

First meeting in Temple, Albert ‘Al’ and Essie Morris would harmonize and sing along with each other across desks.

McAllen to reopen boat and kayak rental hub

McALLEN — This week the city will bring back a rental equipment hub for one of its most popular parks.

TxDOT reminds Texans to enjoy summer with “Be Safe. Drive Smart.” campaign

The Texas Department of Transportation is urging drivers and pedestrians to look out for each other with their “Be Safe. Drive Smart.” outreach campaign this summer.

Webb space telescope causing worldwide excitement

fSeveral months ago, the European Space Agency launched a new space telescope from French Guiana. Called the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), the first images were shared online July 12. There is great excitement over what this telescope will reveal over the coming years. With telescopes like the Hubble and now JWST in space, away from all the light and dust and cloud pollution there has been a plethora of information about the early universe. The revelations from Hubble have astonished scientists and the rest of us who want to know more about what is “out there” and we can expect even more mind-boggling revelations in the future.

‘He worked and worked’: Medal of Freedom one of many examples of San Juan...

You could measure the labors and successes that led to President Joe Biden draping the Presidential Medal of Freedom around civil rights leader Raúl Yzaguirre’s neck on July 7 in a number of ways.

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