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Hog Waddle into San Benito

San Benito’s early years reflected the mark the city was trying to make in a new frontier called the Rio Grande Valley. It was an agrarian community like all others in the early 1900s, as towns in the region began to emerge along the newly laid tracks of the St Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railway. One of San Benito’s early festivities was a Cabbage Day Parade. One key aspect of…

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Deadline Approaches for $7,500 McAllen Grant Competition

The deadline for the 2019 McAllen Business Plan Competition is fast approaching. Applicants have until May 24 at 4:30 p.m. to submit their business plan…
McAllen

Giving Back: A Noble Donation

When Noble Texas Builders unveiled its new headquarters in La Feria, scores of business leaders and elected officials showed up. Many wanted to check…
Brownsville

Keppel AmFELS Completes Containerships

Keppel AmFELS reached a pair of construction milestones April 30 in…
Brownsville

How to Avoid Tax-Related Identity Theft

Tax-related identity theft is prominent on the IRS’s 2019 Dirty…

Considering Multiple Computer Monitors

Are you looking to increase productivity in your small business? Some…