MCALLEN, Texas - The Rio Grande Guardian recently caught up with the new dean for business, public safety and technology at South Texas College. Sara Lozano is Ivy League-educated,possessing a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Yale University, and a Master...
EDINBURG, Texas - Blanca Davila, director of economic development for the City of Edinburg, was a guest on the Rio Grande Guardian’s Community Spotlight series on Zoom. The interview gave Davila an opportunity to expand on all the positive news...
MCALLEN, TEXAS - The Rio Grande Guardian has hosted a Zoom conversation with Thelma Tamez and Sarah Hammond, founders of RGV Census Ambassador Scholarship. Under this program, high school, vocational, and college students in the Rio Grande Valley have a...
WESLACO, Texas - The sales tax revenue figures for November 2020 show the Rio Grande Valley doing better than the state of Texas as a whole and smaller Valley cities doing better than bigger ones. The data is collated by...
MCALLEN, Texas - There are three great reasons why McAllen Economic Development Corporation is right to focus on China as it seeks to bring in more manufacturing companies.  One is a provision in the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement concerning the rules...
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - Cameron County leaders are exploring the idea of constructing a new international bridge for passenger vehicles and pedestrians only, no trucks. The bridge would be built at the end of Flor De Mayo Road, which connects to...
WESLACO, TEXAS - The Rio Grande Guardian has a guest Zoom conversation today.  Ron Whitlock of Ron Whitlock Reports had a “virtual” interview with Ken Jones and Blanca Davila of the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council.  Jones is interim executive...
WESLACO, TEXAS - Manuel Cruz, the new executive director of the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, has given his first video interview. In a wide-ranging Zoom conversation, Cruz spoke about his long service at the Valley’s official council of...
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - The Rio South Texas Economic Council is a nonprofit membership organization that brings together the economic development interests of the cities, counties, chambers and educational institutions, workforce boards, ports, businesses and other stakeholders working towards regionally...
BROWNSVILLE, Texas - As well as serving as deputy city manager for the City of Brownsville, Helen Ramirez is CEO and executive director of the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation. GBIC is the City of Brownsville’s Type A economic development corporation.  In...

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