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.

Harlingen Convention Center boosts some rates

HARLINGEN — Six months after its opening, the Harlingen Convention Center is boosting some of its rental rates. Earlier this week, city commissioners approved partner...

Trial date set in Vargas removal case

BROWNSVILLE — A judge yesterday set an April 13 trial to determine whether San Benito school board President Michael Vargas should be removed from...

Hollywood in Harlingen: Movie on migrant debate filming here

HARLINGEN — Adrieanna Aparicio was stunned to find out a Hollywood film crew is shooting a movie in town. “Oh, wow!” Aparicio, a retail saleswoman,...

High praise for city manager

HARLINGEN — Four years after taking office, City Manager Dan Serna continues to make high marks on his job performance. But this year, he settled...

Hollywood movie filming in Harlingen

HARLINGEN — Adrieanna Aparicio was stunned to find out a Hollywood film crew is shooting a movie in town. “Oh, wow!” Aparicio, a retail saleswoman,...

High marks for Harlingen city manager

HARLINGEN — Four years after taking office, City Manager Dan Serna continues to make high marks on his job performance. But this year, he settled...

Giant awakes: City leaders christen Baxter Lofts

HARLINGEN — It was a dream that turned into one of the city’s most historic renovations. Yesterday, city leaders christened the nine-story Baxter Lofts, the...

Who will be city’s police chief?

SAN BENITO — After more than seven months, the San Benito police chief’s job still hangs in limbo. Since late March, Assistant City Manager Fred...

Birding Festival ready to open

HARLINGEN — The number of birders has slightly dropped but local residents are closing the gap as the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival prepares...

RGV Birding Festival ready to open

HARLINGEN — The number of birders has slightly dropped but local residents are closing the gap as the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival prepares...