Fernando Del Valle

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Fernando del Valle is a Reporter for the Valley Morning Star. He can be reached at fdelvalle@valleystar.com or (956) 430-6278.

Judge sets 8 liner case for trial; Cordova sees fault in permit process

RAYMONDVILLE — A judge is questioning a tough, new ordinance that led Sebastian’s game rooms to shut down. State District Judge Adolfo Cordova yesterday said...

City’s public improvement fund reaches $1.2 million

SAN BENITO — The city’s business zone continues to steadily pump revenue into its special account. Last year, the tax increment reinvestment zone apparently generated about...

Raymondville candidate questions recount; Claims county risked tampering

RAYMONDVILLE — A candidate is questioning the integrity of a recount of the May 4 election in which Mayor Gilbert Gonzales defeated her by...

San Benito joins AEP fight; Coalition of cities opposes rate hike plan

SAN BENITO — Count the city in to try to curb AEP Texas’ latest rate hike proposal. Last night, city commissioners joined a growing number...

San Benito joins AEP fight; Coalition of cities opposes rate hike plan

SAN BENITO — Count the city in to try to curb AEP Texas’ latest rate hike proposal. Last night, city commissioners joined a growing number...

Healthy Reserves: City officials pleased with audit results

HARLINGEN — The city is better off than it was a year ago. At least that’s according to its annual financial audit. Last week, certified public...

Uribe faces Gonzalez in June 22 runoff

HARLINGEN — Challenger J.J. Gonzalez calls it a “movement” that brought him back to the forefront of city politics. But incumbent City Commissioner Richard Uribe...

Mating season brings tarantulas out

HARLINGEN — Under a street light, several tarantulas scurry in the bright beam as if they are on a dance floor. Near the banks of...

Building permit bill could hit city coffers

HARLINGEN — City officials don’t want a new law to gouge their budget. So they are changing the way they do business. House Bill 852 will...

Building permit bill could hit city coffers

HARLINGEN — City officials don’t want a new law to gouge their budget. So they are changing the way they do business. House Bill 852 will...