EDINBURG -- When news broke last week that the Edinburg City Council had unanimously chosen a new city manager, the first thought that came to mind was: Can’t be… Has Hell frozen over?
EDINBURG -- This true-crime story sounded too far-fetched to be true when the case was first brought to trial in December of 2017.
The City of Edinburg let out Requests for Proposals (RFP) last year for its ambulance provider. One of the stipulations was that any company submitting an RFP could not have
IDEA Charter Schools and the Spurs Spends $400k on game tickets Family connection with school uniforms
Last December, The Advance published a story about IDEA Public Schools’ decision to cancel its plans to lease a corporate jet for eight years valued at $16 million (life of
The French Philosopher/ Writer Voltaire once coined the phrase: “Common sense is not so common.” Truer words were never spoken. ICE helped underscore Voltaire’s famous quote last week inside the