Valley Morning Star

TSTC students kick off new tradition with Techsan Tassel Trot

HARLINGEN — Texas State Technical College students recently demonstrated their school spirit by participating in the inaugural Techsan Tassel Trot, a 5K relay run/walk hosted by TSTC’s Residence Life and Engagement at the Harlingen campus.

Family, friends gathering to honor San Benito’s M.L. Garcia

SAN BENITO — Family and friends are coming together to honor M.L. Garcia, a former San Benito school board trustee treasured as a teacher who helped her students' characters shine.

Youngest relative of Harlingen man lost at war receives his flag at Arlington National...

Porter Spencer sits stoically in his chair as a powerful Marine in his perfect dress blues places a flag in the young boy's hands.

Harlingen residents could soon see higher water bills

HARLINGEN — Water rates will be going up to help fund a proposed sewer system overhaul carrying a price tag as high as $107 million.

Gov. Greg Abbott visits Harlingen to announce $1.3B broadband investment

HARLINGEN — Gov. Greg Abbott visited Texas State Technical College here Thursday morning to announce an investment into the state’s broadband infrastructure.

Harlingen doctor pleads not guilty to manslaughter charge

A Harlingen doctor accused of hitting and killing a woman entered a plea of not guilty Thursday morning.

Harlingen High thrower Thompson signs to Wake Forest

HARLINGEN — When Harlingen High thrower Jazmine Thompson first arrived on campus as a sophomore, she never imagined being where she is today. The thought...

RGV Humane Society exec director resigns amid contract negotiations with Harlingen

HARLINGEN — Luis Quintanilla, the Rio Grande Valley Humane Society’s executive director who helped turn the agency into the region’s first “no-kill” shelter, has resigned as its board members work with city officials to negotiate a new contract.

Friends remember beloved San Benito school board member

SAN BENITO — Friends are remembering M.L. Garcia as a devoted school board trustee and beloved teacher who taught her students to become “selfless leaders.”

‘Castilian Roses in December’ to open soon in San Benito

SAN BENITO — It’s December, and Our Lady of Guadalupe will soon enjoy her feast day.