One of El Paso’s largest retail developers will spend the next two years building 11 new shopping centers, totaling more than 500,000-square-feet, as it focuses on Far East El Paso.
Downtown El Paso will soon get a new public space available for use by nonprofits, neighborhood organizations and other civic groups as the city continues to find its voice amidst accelerating growth.
Financing a home purchase isn’t always a leisurely walk in Memorial Park, especially since borrowing requirements were tightened after the housing crisis. But some lenders are trying to make the process easier by making it more local.
Organizers of a black business expo that kicked off Saturday, Sept 7, hope the event can raise awareness of the city’s black-owned businesses.
Robert E. “Bob” Jones, who was at the center of a sprawling scandal in El Paso more than a decade ago, was released from the Federal Medical Center in Fort Worth on Aug. 23 after serving most of a 10-year federal prison sentence.
People who know the work of the El Paso Center for Children call it the city’s best-kept secret, but the quiet seven-acre campus in Central El Paso is increasingly in the spotlight.
Among the 550 or so nonprofit organizations that employ more than 46,000 people with disabilities under the national AbilityOne Program, El Paso’s ReadyOne Industries stands out.
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