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Big business: Brownsville recycler wins Navy contracts

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Another pair of massive, weary warriors are set to make Brownsville their final resting place. The Navy has chosen International Shipbreaking Ltd./EMR Brownsville to dismantle...

Listening session: Cornyn meets with RGV leaders

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn was brought up to speed on local government, industry and higher education affairs during a roundtable with Cameron County business...

GBIC, SteelCoast pen deal; Recycler commits to 90 jobs within a year

A performance agreement between the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation and Port of Brownsville ship recycler SteelCoast Company LLC is expected to produce at least...

Court faults LNG review, order further analysis

A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of environmental and community groups that last year appealed a November 2019 decision by the Federal...

Heavy metal: Mexican mill boosts port’s steel trade

The Port of Brownsville was already moving a lot of steel for its biggest steel customer, Ternium S.A., but now that volume has increased...

Port awards scholarships; Program is in its second year

The Brownsville Navigation District has selected 32 graduating seniors from area high schools to receive $1,000 scholarships through the 2021 Port of Brownsville Scholarships...

Port celebration delayed: Anniversary event pushed back to October

The grand opening of the Port of Brownsville on May 16, 1936, was a major event. People came from around the Rio Grande Valley and...

U.S. eases ban on Mexico shrimp but demands better turtle protection

U.S. officials have reportedly agreed to resume imports of some Mexican shrimp over a dispute about inadequate sea turtle protection that prompted a ban...

Commercial shrimp season coming to an end

Commercial shrimp season for both Texas and federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico will end 30 minutes after sunset on May 15. In order...
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