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  • Posted: 
    07/22/2015
    Author: Written by editors of The McAllen Monitor.

    McAllen has long done its best, and has been quite successful, at attracting Winter Texans to the City of Palms. But now we’re learning that McAllen has been ranked the most affordable place to retire in the United States. Therefore, we suggest that retirees give us another look and perhaps consider living here year-round. 

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  • Posted: 
    07/02/2015
    Author: RSTEC

    Regional Administrator Yolanda G. Olivarez of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), announced today that SBA has approved more than $31.5 million in federal disaster loans for Texas businesses and residents impacted by severe storms, tornadoes, straight-line winds and flooding. 

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  • Posted: 
    07/02/2015
    Author: Story written by The McAllen Monitor.

    Steve Ahlenius, president and chief executive of the McAllen Chamber of Commerce, was honored this month by the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives, an association of more than 1,500 chamber professionals throughout the state. 

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  • Posted: 
    06/30/2015
    Author: RSTEC

    The City of Brownsville, in partnership with United Brownsville, will host a regional focus group in coordination with the Woodrow Wilson Center Mexico Institute and the North American Research Partnership from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, June 30, 2015, at the Brownsville Event Center. 

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  • Posted: 
    06/30/2015
    Author: Written by Erin Roman/Bloomberg Business.

    For the past few years, oil towns have dominated the ranks of the fastest-growing economies in America. Now that the energy boom is fading, a new leader is emerging. The map in this post will show the top 18 cities that will see the most economic growth in the next year.

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