• January 17, 2022

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New Rendering of Northgate Transfer Center Unveiled

Local architecture firm Exigo has released new renderings of the proposed Northgate Transfer Center. The center, slated to replace the long-abandoned Northpark/Northgate Mall, will feature a bus transfer center, stores, an art plaza and a large parking garage. The property located the intersection of Dyer and Diana, has been vacant since the mall was demolished 5 years ago. […]Read More

UTEP Organizes Seventh Annual Day of Community Service

More than 1,700 orange-clad volunteers from The University of Texas at El Paso plan to help dozens of the region’s nonprofit agencies to enhance the community during UTEP’s seventh annual Project MOVE on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2016. Teams of volunteers will go to approximately 60 sites around El Paso and nearby communities from 10 a.m. […]Read More

UTEP Softball to Compete at Texas A&M Invite

The UTEP softball team will take on a trio of teams at the Texas A&M Invitational on Feb. 26-28. The Miners (4-6) will be matched up against Texas A&M-C.C. (7-3) at 9 a.m. MT/10 a.m. CT and Indiana (5-4) at 11:15 a.m./12:14 p.m. on Friday, Texas A&M-C.C. at 9 a.m./10 a.m. and No. 16 Texas […]Read More

Dave & Buster’s Now Hiring for Bassett Place Location

Dave & Buster’s, the ultimate entertainment destination, will open its first-ever El Paso location at Bassett Place Mall in April 2016. As Dave & Buster’s prepares to open, they are looking to hire more than 200 enthusiastic individuals to join the team. Available positions include servers, bartenders, hosts, cooks and service support roles. “Dave & […]Read More

Border Communities Have Lower Crime Rates

LAREDO — It’s a scene repeated often in Texas towns along the Rio Grande: a white U.S. Border Patrol van sporting the agency’s trademark green stripe competing with a Laredo Police Department car at a busy Stripes convenience store. Just two miles away, a nondescript orange building tucked between a bus stop and the Mariscos […]Read More

Rio Grande Football League starts 2016 Season

While the calendar may say February, the season Winter and the weather Summer, the regional Triple-A level Rio Grand Football League (RGFL) kicks off their season today. The league now a year out from their re-branding, has been around for nearly a decade when it was known as the New Mexico Premier Football League, now […]Read More

Winners Announced in Socorro ISD’s 2nd Annual ROBOCOM

Second annual ROBOCOM is another success for Team SISD As a gym full of parents cheered, elementary and middle school students dressed up in costumes marched into the Pebble Hills High School ready to compete in ROBOCOM 2.0. The interactive districtwide robotics contest engages hundreds of children in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). About […]Read More

Pope Francis: Waiting to Catch a Glimpse

JUAREZ – It was a day of standing and waiting for hours in the sun for the tens of thousands who wanted chance to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis or be in his presence during the Mass. Inside the Juarez Fairgrounds, thousands of Mass attendees crammed into their designated zones. Several brought blankets, pillows, chairs […]Read More