In this issue
- Always get a second opinion!
- Puerto Rico to soon have power
- Halloween and Day of the Dead: Some key differences
By Roberta Pardo Since March, the stock market has been volatile, with significant plunges followed by surges. That, coupled with historic levels of unemployment rates,
Now is a great time to file your family-based permanent residency case! A federal court has stopped the Public Charge rule because of the pandemic.
The Unified Government Public Health Department (UGPHD) now offers expanded COVID-19 testing hours Monday – Friday, 9 AM – 3 PM. This testing is available at
Money to go toward 19 projects for vaccine development, treatment By Roberta Pardo Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Relations (known by its Spanish acronym, the SRE)
Commentary by Tere Siqueira It is natural to fear the unknown. Unfortunately, the unknown is part of daily life during the coronavirus pandemic. Unknown or
By Roberta Pardo Kansas City, Kansas, police officers are investigating a homicide that happened Sunday morning (Sept. 13), multiple media outlets are reporting. Officers responded
By Jorge Ramos El Presidente de Estados Unidos ha vuelto a mentir. Y sus mentiras podrían haber costado muchas vidas. Donald Trump ha mentido no
By Roberta Pardo Guadalupe Centers Inc. (GCI) has announced one of its fundraising events will be online this year. The Blanco y Negro Awards Gala