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Workforce Solutions Upper Rio Grande awarded 48 UTEP juniors and seniors a scholarship to continue their pursuit of a degree in early childhood education and childhood development.
River Oaks Properties, one of El Paso's largest retail center developers, is trying to jump-start the slow Downtown retail leasing market by offering a year's free rent on several of its vacant Downtown buildings.
The University of Texas at El Paso has received a $200,000 state grant to start a clean energy incubator to help develop clean energy technologies and form and expand clean energy companies.
El Paso's two largest foundations have rebounded from multimillion-dollar losses in their investment portfolios in 2008 when Wall Street crashed in the midst of a national financial crisis and economic recession.
The El Paso City Council is considering the approval of a $2.3 million grant for a technological incubator that officials say will help create new businesses and jobs with above-average salaries.