In this week’s news, the City is considering jacking the parking rates at metered spots during events. The city is
Here’s an interesting story about the Tigua Tribal Police arresting a seven-year-old at South Loop Elementary School. His mother found
Has the local economy ever performed worse? Household income in El Paso is going down. Wages are among the lowest
Remember just a few short years ago, when City Council was circumventing state law to award El Paso a Triple
Do you suppose the local heavyweights turned sour on City Manager Tommy Gonzalez when they discovered that he would award
Didn’t you get the memo? It’s All Good.
Here’s an article written in 1984 by Charlie Reese, a columnist for the Orlando Sentinel. It just landed in my
I almost feel bad making fun of these guys. Obviously they’re doing their darnedest. On the other hand, El Paso’s
You know who could make a lot of money in El Paso? A lawyer who specialized in suing the police.
From a July 29 article in El Paso’s English language daily: “I am confident that with the City Council’s guidance,
My City Rep posted this link on her Facepage. When it comes to walkable cities, Texas tends to get a
El Paso is like that really nice girl with the shitty boyfriend who treats her badly and maybe hits her
David Crowder at the El Paso Inc. reports this week that airline passenger traffic has dropped twenty percent over the
Maybe you’re one of those people who think that the litany of bad news coming to light about El Paso’s
The El Paso Times knows who’s responsible for the poor paperwork that resulted in the City not receiving $20 million