The city of Brownsville was recently recognized as the Bicycling Capital of the Rio Grande Valley. They are asking residents to design the logo as part of a community-wide contest beginning July 6.
The emergency preparedness exercise is to help the community prepare for disasters and offer free medical services. The event begins on July 27 and ends July 31.
Pets should be left at home during hot days. Pets should be taken to the vet if signs of exhaustion are visible.
Memorial services for the K-9 officer will take place on June 10 in Edinburg. The dog served almost 10 years with Edinburg Police Department.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will award the Brownsville Community Health Center (BCHC) with a $4,221,732 grant to fund comprehensive healthcare services in the community.
The Florida man said he wanted to offer it to survivors who may not be able to make the trip themselves. He collected it last year around the time of the 70th anniversary of the invasion.
National Ride of Silence is an event aimed to bring awareness and honor the lives those who died in the Valley while cycling.
Armando Sanchez was born with a tumor. Despite his condition, he has been a dedicated member of the Brownsville Fire Explorer Program.
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