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Longtime director of San Benito Public Library to retire

Longtime Director of the San Benito Public Library Gerardo Salazar will retire Feb. 3, the City of San Benito announced Jan. 31.

San Benito names new Assistant Public Works Director

City of San Benito Interim Public Works Director Anibal Garcia was named Assistant Public Works Director, the city announced Feb. 1.

De La Cruz introduces bill for feral hog eradication

U.S. Rep. Monica De La Cruz is taking on feral hogs.

More than 5,000 U.S. flights canceled due to weather, including Valley stops

HARLINGEN — A lingering winter storm is causing havoc with airline flight schedules, leading to thousands of cancellations and delays, including at Valley airports.

New program offering business grants in Harlingen

HARLINGEN — Like many small business owners, Lori Rodgers is working on big plans to spruce up her arts studio.

Harlingen mulling FM 509 study

HARLINGEN — City Manager Gabriel Gonzalez is scrapping a proposal to downgrade FM 509 from a highway to a roadway.

The Mid-Valley’s Doña Paz is a fine restaurant with personality

WESLACO — There’s nothing better than a Sunday breakfast of chorizo and eggs and fine coffee — except breakfast in the company of others.

Valley schools receive $159 million in Title 1 education grants

School districts in the Rio Grande Valley and across Texas’ 34th Congressional District will receive $159.1 million in

Cameron County District Clerk’s Office to be opened the first Saturday of every month

The Cameron County District Clerk’s Office will be opened the first Saturday of every month to provide essential services to county residents.

‘Party’ to watch green, gassy ice ball is all set for Friday at Resaca...

The South Texas Astronomical Society will host a comet-watching party Friday night at Resaca de la Palma State Park to view the passage of Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) as it zooms past Earth.