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Christmas Wonderland set for Sunday

The Hands and Feet Outreach Program and Broken Sprocket food truck park have joined forces to host a Christmas Wonderland event on Sunday, complete with a tree lighting ceremony, pony rides, pictures with Santa and more.

Valley businessman has been hauling Christmas cheer for three decades

McALLEN – What makes the perfect Christmas tree? Is it its tremendous height or the way its branches grow and stretch out symmetrically? Or is it the love and care that families who gather around the holidays put in as they decorate their Christmas tree together?

Photo Gallery: Valley businessman has been hauling Christmas cheer for three decades

McALLEN — What makes the perfect Christmas tree? Is it its tremendous height or the way its branches grow and stretch out symmetrically? Or...

Drought took a toll, but Texas tree industry ready for holiday

The severe drought this year across nearly the entire state handed out no gifts to Texas Christmas tree growers.

Entre hojas y recuerdos: A holiday custom, Mission mom’s tamales taste of tradition

When Claudia Camarillo-Beltran starts to play Alejandro Sanz or Laura Pausini in the kitchen, her family knows what is next: the smell of masa,...

Photo Gallery: Car club distributes toys to colonia children

The eight annual “Cruize 4 Cauze” toy distribution was held Christmas morning with toys and gifts donated by the public during a recent drive...

Santa visits children’s hospital to spread cheer

During his trek around the world, Santa Claus made it a point to stop by South Texas Health System Children’s to help spread some...

VIDEO: ‘Be Our Guest’: Hidalgo celebrates Festival of Lights’ 30th anniversary

The City of Hidalgo is celebrating their 30-year anniversary of its Festival of Lights event at the Payne Arena all month long with their...

Hidalgo boasts Festival of Lights’ 2.2-mile illuminated trail

HIDALGO — The fluorescent glow of holiday lights popped in contrast against the sky’s slowly dying golden hour, taking with it the sun’s warmth...

UTRGV faculty open homes to international students during holidays

Amy Frazier, a University of Texas Rio Grande Valley faculty member in Brownsville, hosted four international students on Christmas Day as part of the...