It’s currently monsoon season in El Paso, Texas, but the skies over the Santa Fe Bridge were clear Thursday when a delegation of business and government leaders from the U.S. crossed into Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, for the second day of the annual U.S-Mexico Border Summit.
The event will highlight the importance of international trade among the United States, Mexico, and Canada and will conclude with a luncheon.
When City Council awarded Go Rio the multi-million river barge contract, Houston-based Landry’s footprint on the River Walk expanded substantially.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) this week completed his annual trek across the state, hosting town hall meetings in small towns between El Paso and SA.
Owner Mike Holt opened one of the city’s newest local brewhouses, Weathered Souls Brewing Company, on the Northside last October.
“Southside First is a nonprofit whose mission is to be the voice of prosperity, community bridging, and responsible development.”
Last month, two generations of the Guido family, marked the company’s 90th birthday by releasing renderings of the company’s new corporate headquarters.
In a 50-50 cost split, the automakers will complete the plant in 2021 with Toyota planning to build North America’s Corollas there, while Mazda will focus on crossover models.
About 120 high school graduates and students were guests at a celebration of the SA Works Summer Internship Program at La Villita Assembly Hall.
A study by the grassroots organization Texas Works Together says Senate Bill 4 will cost between 165,000 to 248,000 jobs in Texas.