• Yolanda-V2
    | April 27, 2017

    Europe to USA Flamenco Concert in the Park at Quinta Mazatlán

    McAllen, TX:  Two internationally renowned artists will perform at Quinta Mazatlán for a Flamenco Concert in the Park...

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  • ero
    | March 9, 2017

    Eli Through Time

    What inspires an architect? For Eli R. Ochoa, it is the blending of the old and new: He...

  • 3d
    | March 9, 2017

    Unleashing Innovation Through 3D

    Foldio 3D Printing Solutions Unlocks Next Level Manufacturing and Innovation in the RGV 3D printing has been dubbed...

  • out
    | March 9, 2017

    Women Forge the Way

    Gold Financial Services, equality in a financial lending practice means high client satisfaction Though homeownership is a huge...


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    | March 9, 2017

    Save a Tooth, Save a Life

    RGV dentist offers stem cell preservation Over the past few decades, many of us have heard about saving...

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    | March 9, 2017

    Don’t Be Embarrassed to Death

    TGI is the first medical office in the Rio Grande Valley to offer virtual colonoscopies to their patients...

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    | March 9, 2017

    Extending Access to Health

    Rio Grande Regional Hospital’s outreach services provide a community safety net   Further cementing its role as a...


  • UTRGV recognizes The United Way of South Texas along with the City of Edinburg's Solid Waste Department as community engagement partners on Wednesday, Apr. 19, 2017 at the Student Union in Edinburg, Texas. From L to R: Jeanette Ahlenius, board member for United Way of South Texas; Fidencio Mercado, board member, United Way of South Texas and UTRGV clinical associate professor of rehabilitation services and counseling; Janie Chapa, City of Edinburg Solid Waste Management; Celene Gonzalez, City of Edinburg Solid Waste Management; Dalinda Cardenas, City of Edinburg Solid Waste Management; Doris Mendiola, data and research manager, UTRGV Community Engagement and Assessment; Ramiro Gomez, City of Edinburg Solid Waste Management; Cristina Trejo, UTRGV assistant vice president for Community Engagement and Assessment; and Dr. Dean Kyne, UTRGV assistant professor of sociology. 
UTRGV Photos by Paul Chouy
    | April 21, 2017

    UTRGV honors community partners at awards ceremony

    The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley’s Office of Community Engagement and Assessment presented its Distinguished Community Engagement...

  • KMAC award
    | April 13, 2017

    McAllen ISD’s KMAC team wins first in national film contest

    McAllen ISD’s KMAC team won first place in the “Crazy 8’s” Film Contest at the Student Television Network...

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    | March 9, 2017

    Need a Grant?

    ERI WRITES ON YOUR BEHALF There’s nothing like a great idea, but even a great idea needs an...


  • palms crossing mcallen
    | April 13, 2017

    Palms Crossing Development Continues

    Washington Prime Group, a retail REIT and a recognized leader in the ownership, management, acquisition and development of...

  • | April 6, 2017

    What Drives these Six Future Soldiers?

      You might be surprised at what motivated some of America’s future soldiers to enlist. Though the benefits...

  • nature center
    | March 31, 2017

    April Programs Announced at McAllen Nature Center

    The McAllen Nature Center has its April programs lined up and will be open all day Good Friday...

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