Tag: coronavirus (COVID-19)
By now you've heard about COVID-19 activity reemerging to some significance throughout the country. The Dallas Morning News, for instance, reported earlier this week that Runge ISD outside San Antonio closed through Tuesday after staff members began testing positive for the virus. And now the Texas Health and Human Services department has found that hospitalizations and cases have increased statewide.
McAllen city employees will receive a nice windfall just in time for Thanksgiving after the city commission unanimously approved a longevity pay bump during a meeting Tuesday.
It's no secret that there is often more work than hands at healthcare facilities across the nation, which the COVID-19 pandemic helped to further exploit in 2020, but nowhere was this more apparent at the time than in the nursing field.
Hidalgo County leaders are trying to gauge the accessibility and reliability of high-speed internet access in the region and are asking for the public’s help.
McALLEN — While Texas Governor Greg Abbott came to McAllen on Monday to tout his border initiative and related legislative priorities, officials from the city and Hidalgo County in attendance expressed concern for the impending end of the pandemic-related immigration policy known as Title 42.