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City Meeting Schedules

City Council Meetings: Are held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month @ 7:00pm. Meetings are held at City Hall 200 North Brazil, Los Fresnos, TX. 78566. Community Development Corporation Meetings: Are held on the 1st Monday of every month @ 7:00pm. Meeting are held at City Hall 200 North Brazil, Los Fresnos, TX. 78566. […]

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Brush Pick-Up This Week

The city would like to remind everyone that we have brush pickup throughout the city next week, July 15th thu 19th. All brush must be at the curb by Monday July 15. Some areas we would like to request your assistance with are listed below. Make sure that no construction material is mixed in with […]

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State Wins Forfeiture Case Against Sweepstakes Owners

A state district judge ruled in favor of the State Monday denying owners of a sweepstakes gambling business possession of property seized at a May Operation Bishop raid. “This is a huge win for the State, because it further proves that no matter how much technology you use in an attempt to mask illegal gambling, […]

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Discovery GT Summer Program Concludes at LFISD

More than 120 students elementary school students took part in the week-long Los Fresnos CISD Discovery GT Program that concluded Thursday. Students got to participate in 11 programs and showed their talents at a ceremony ending the program. Many parents of students were also in attendance. Director of Career and Technical Education Adrian Dorsett moderated […]

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Los Fresnos Students Help Support Gladys Porter Zoo

Students gather funds to become Pewter Sponsors and Support the Adopt an Animal Program “A huge ROAR of appreciation goes out to students and employees of Laureles Elementary at the Los Fresnos Independent School District, who gave generously in support of the Gladys Porter Zoo,” said Mary Carey, Zoofari Co-Chair at the Gladys Porter Zoo. […]

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Corpus Christi to Move Forward with Bag Ordinance

Would Impose Fee, Not Ban by John Michaelson CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – After being pulled from the table over legal concerns, a proposed plastic bag ordinance in Corpus Christi is expected to be back before the city council before the end of summer. The plan was set aside this spring with worries that it could get caught […]

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How to Protect Your Family’s Skin from Summer’s Scrapes, Bites and Burns

Afternoons at the pool, family barbecues, outdoor sports and picnics all mean summertime has arrived. With the change in temperature comes additional exposure to the elements and the attendant skin scrapes, bites and burns. Pharmacy shelves are lined with products to treat these common summer ailments. But with more Americans concerned about using harsh chemicals […]

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Summer School Begins around Los Fresnos CISD

The Los Fresnos CISD Summer School program began Thursday, June 6 at several campuses around the district. Elementary students will attend programs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. with a 30-minute lunch, while secondary students will attend from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with a 30-minute lunch. Breakfast and lunch will provided. Transportation will also […]

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Tenet to Acquire Vanguard Health Systems for $21 per share in Cash

Expands Tenet’s Total Ownership to 79 Hospitals and 157 Outpatient Facilities Tenet Healthcare Corporation (NYSE:THC) and Vanguard Health Systems, Inc. (NYSE:VHS) have signed a definitive agreement whereby Tenet will acquire Vanguard for $21 per share in an all cash transaction. The acquisition is valued at $4.3 billion including the assumption of $2.5 billion in Vanguard […]

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Los Fresnos Area Chamber Holds Business Mixer

McDonalds to begin construction and Walmart waiting in the wings The Los Fresnos Area Chamber of Commerce held a Business and Leadership Mixer on Thursday June 20 at Casa Los Ebanos. The mixers encourage networking with commercial and industrial property owners, retail businesses, community leaders and financial leaders. City Manager Mark Milum shared news affecting […]

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