A look at how the new Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport terminal is shaping up.

Expanding Brownsville’s Airport

It’s often said that Brownsville is the second most historical city in the Lone Star State after San Antonio. It’s also the largest city in the Rio Grande Valley, having a population estimated at more than 200,000 people today. Yet, this city on the border by the sea has the smallest and oldest of the three full-service airports in the entire region. The other two are Valley International Airport in Harlingen and McAllen…

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Allegiant Offers New Non-Stop to Phoenix

Allegiant is now providing nonstop service from McAllen International Airport to Phoenix, Ariz. via Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.  “We are grateful for our partnership with…

Golf Carting the Island

The sound-blasting golf carts seen along the streets of South Padre Island are as popular as they can be. The half dozen or so…
South Padre Island

Development Makes the RGV Prosperous

Eighty years ago, the Rio Grande Valley was a rural, agriculturally…

Estero Llano Gets Even Better

The 250-acre Estero Llano Grande State Park in Weslaco is at the heart…

New Hours for Pharr Bridge

Effective July 4, the Pharr International Bridge has new hours of…