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REGIONAL

Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

August, 2022

  • 27 August

    Imperial Valley: fight or die in times of COVID-19

    By: Karina Alvarado, Anna Lee Mraz Bartra and Manuel Ortiz Escámez Ethnic Media Services & Península 360 Press Calexico, California.- The COVID-19 pandemic affected everyone, however, it significantly harmed the most disadvantaged. “I had a patient, a young man in his 40s, with no medical problems, only obesity, that is, …

  • 26 August

    Tenants Still Struggle to Pay Rent

    -Editorial With rising costs and less money due to inflation, people are struggling to pay their rent more than ever. A rent report by Alignable for August has just been released, reflecting the highest rent delinquency rate among small businesses (SMBs) so far this year: 40% in the U.S., up …

  • 25 August

    IVC Celebrates Expansion of Student Facility

    -Editorial Hearing the demand from students about the need to expand the college center at Imperial Valley College to improve student life and activities, a new and improved expanded facility was inaugurated on Aug. 24 followed by a big celebration.  Students and faculty gathered to witness the ribbon cutting of …

  • 24 August

    Binational Community Celebrates Groundbreaking of Otay East Port of Entry

    -Editorial It was a great day for border crossers in the Cali-Baja Mega Region as the groundbreaking took place for the new Otay East Port of Entry. Representatives from both sides of the border gathered to celebrate the occasion as this project will improve mobility in the San Diego area …

  • 24 August

    The closing event of the XXXII Grape Harvest Festival in Ensenada was a success

    -Editorial The Baja California Provino Committee held this Sunday, August 21, the traditional Paella Contest “Dr.  Ramón García Ocejo” that marks the closing of the 25-day celebrations of the Grape Harvest Festival in Ensenada in its thirty-second edition. Thanks to the reactivation of food and wine experiences in the entity, …

  • 18 August

    Enrique Chiu Continues to Expand Art Innovation in Tijuana

    -Editorial Urban art has had a great track record in both culture and economics. The concept of street art includes graffiti and works such as sculpture, lighting displays, and wall murals. Public art is the pushing of boundaries by presenting art in public contexts, outside of museums and galleries. Tijuana …

  • 17 August

    Martha Cardenas-Singh was Recognized as Volunteer of the Year at MANA National Conference in Washington D.C.

    -Editorial The National MANA 2022 Hermana Conference took place July 18-22 in Washington D.C. with the theme Lead, Serve, Educate and Advocate. It featured Latina Leaders, advocacy issues of the day, and opportunities to engage. In addition, the following Awards were presented: Chapter of the Year Award, Hermanitas Program of the …

  • 16 August

    Billions in losses due to the wave of violence in Tijuana and around Baja California during August 2022

    By: Dr. Alejandro Diaz-Bautista, Economist and research professor (PhD). Violence and insecurity threaten the economic growth of Tijuana in 2022. They denounce alarming insecurity in Baja California during August 2022. It is estimated that 40% of Tijuana businesses did not open their doors over the weekend. It is estimated that …

  • 15 August

    Wholesale inflation fell 0.5% in July triggering a reduction in prices

    -Editorial Wholesale prices fell in July for the first time in two years as a plunge in energy prices slowed the pace of inflation, the Bureau of Labor Statistics stated in a report released on Aug. 11. The Producer Price Index for final demand fell 0.5 percent in July, seasonally …

  • 15 August

    IT WOULD BE CATASTROPHIC IF MEXICO LEFT THE USMCA: GINA CRUZ

    -Editorial The Senator for Baja California, Gina Andrea Cruz Blackledge, stated that it would be catastrophic if Mexico left the USMCA treaty since this would bring negative economic consequences to the population with the loss of tariff benefits, since that it would be the Mexican producers, who would finally end …

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