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McAllen District 4 is lone contested race in May election

Following Friday’s deadline to file for a place on the ballot, the McAllen general election in May is shaping up to be a rematch of sorts of the special election held last year.

Texas Conjunto Music Hall of Fame & Museum hosts reopening

SAN BENITO — For the first time in years, the historic Aztec building was full of life and music Saturday, just as it was in the city’s heyday as members of the public, city officials and conjunto legends came out to officially open the new home of the Texas Conjunto Music Hall of Fame & Museum.

McAllen might tamp down on fireworks displays

It might become harder to set off fireworks in the city of McAllen.

Texas A&M forges partnerships with STC, Edinburg school district

Texas A&M University has partnered with South Texas College to launch the Texas A&M Engineering Academy at South Texas College.

‘Really nervous’: Hospice director says donations have plummeted

Sunshine Haven hospice in Olmito has been providing free, comfortable, end-of-life care to terminally ill patients in a home-like setting since opening its doors in November 2000.

Huddle House to open San Benito diner

Huddle House’s Southern dining experience is coming to San Benito.

Mahomes, Chiefs beat Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl

By ROB MAADDI | AP Pro Football Writer GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Harrison Butker kicked a 27-yard field goal with 8 seconds left after Patrick...

$10 million San Benito real estate listing raises questions

SAN BENITO — Some city officials are raising questions stemming from a real estate listing showing a proposed multi-million-dollar development’s project site among a 65.9-acre parcel on sale for $10 million.

State of the Union reaction from Valley lawmakers in line with parties

The landscape in the Rio Grande Valley’s congressional districts has changed.

Father, son separated in RGV during Trump administration sue federal government

A father and son still suffering the effects of a separation made under the Trump administration in the Rio Grande Valley filed a lawsuit last Wednesday against the federal government.