A $1.2 million project to modernize Rio Hondo's 40-year-old water treatment plant is scheduled for completion in December.A $1.2 million project to modernize Rio Hondo's 40-year-old water treatment plant is scheduled for completion in December.Funding from the Texas Water Development Board and a loan allowed the city to tackle the project. "Nothing happens without water, and we want to have an efficient, reliable system here in Rio Hondo," said Rio Hondo City Administrator Ben Medina.
Cameron County commissioners voted in favor of joining a lawsuit against Senate Bill 4 during a commissioner’s court meeting on Tuesday. Cameron County commissioners voted in favor of joining a lawsuit against Senate Bill 4 during a commissioner’s court meeting on Tuesday.Cameron County Judge Eddie Treviño put the item on the agenda himself, stating that the ‘anti-santuary cities’ bill is unconstitutional.Cameron County plans to join the lawsuit filed by the city of El Cenizo in Webb County.
Maintenance employees have noticed an increase in animal carcasses dumped in trash cans at the Harlingen Soccer complex for the past two weeks.Maintenance employees have noticed an increase in animal carcasses dumped in trash cans at the Harlingen Soccer complex for the past two weeks.CBS 4 News obtained pictures of dead animals-- including an armadillo and a rabbit-- inside metal containers at the soccer complex on Harrison Avenue.The situation was reported to Harlingen Parks and Recreation...
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Selecting a term
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