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Harlingen is located in southernmost Texas in the heart of the Rio Grande Valley. It is about thirty miles from the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. In 1904 Lon C. Hill founded the town Harlingen after the city of the name in the Netherlands. At first the town was mostly agricultural. It had major crops of vegetables and cotton. However, in WWII military installations caused the population to double, and it has become an industrial center for the area. It is home to the Valley Race Park which is a racetrack for Greyhound dogs.
Local Newspapers: Valley Morning Star The Brownsville Herald
Local Sports Teams: Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings
Zip Codes associated with harlingen, texas:
76571 78550 78552
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Ski lift malfunction strands dozens at a Centre County resort
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A Plains Twp. woman charged with falsely accusing a Pennsylvania State Police trooper of rape was hit Thursday with another charge alleging she wrongfully named another cop as her assailant.Executive Director
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Oscar Gamble- Digital First Media Dr. Erica Goldblatt Hyatt, a Pennsylvania mom who learned late in pregnancy that her unborn son had a fatally debilitating birth defect speaks against abortion-limiting Senate Bill 3 at a press conference at Conshohocken Borough Hall. Monday, Dec. 11, 2017.Lower Paxton Township Police offer reward for help in identifying retail theft suspects
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A 19-year-old Harrisburg man was arrested after police executing a search warrant at his home on Dec. 5 found two pounds of marijuana and $42,000 in cash, according to the Harrisburg Bureau of Police. Javier T. Gonzalez, of the 1500 block of Vernon Street, is charged with possession with intent to deliver marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia in the incident.
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