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Windcrest voters tap political newcomers, both bond issues

Three political newcomers won Windcrest City Council seats Nov. 6, capping another contentious election campaign. Elsewhere, a Converse councilwoman removed months ago by colleagues is...

New traffic signal goes up at Brandeis HS

BRANDEIS HIGH SCHOOL IS GETTING A NEW TRAFFIC signal in front of the campus, and should be ready by early 2019. The $300,000 project...

NISD Brian Woods named best Superintendent in the state

NORTHSIDE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT BRIAN WOODS was named as the best superintendent in the state by the Texas Association of School Boards. The...

Fair Oaks Ranch homeowners will see dues increase

FAIR OAKS RANCH — In a controversial move to fund planned park upgrades, the Fair Oaks Ranch Homeowners Association has voted to increase residential dues...

Browne selected as new Schertz city manager

SCHERTZ — The City Council in a unanimous decision has named Alamo Heights City Manager Mark Browne as the new city manager for Schertz,...

New Facebook group for veterans launches

HIDDEN FOREST VETERANS FELLOWSHIP IS A NEW FACEBOOK group aimed at bringing veterans in the community closer together. The Facebook page’s administrator is Rich...

FIESTA CASTLE HILLS IS NOW AN OFFICIAL 2019 Fiesta San Antonio...

The Castle Hills celebration began in 1999, when a group of residents led by the Huizar family decided it was time for the town...

Activate Hydration promoting health and wellness

An emergency-medicine physician and advanced nurse practitioner are the brains behind Activate Hydration, which promotes wellness through intravenous and muscular injections of vitamin and...

Electric scooters may be ‘here to stay’ in SA

Expect to see more dockless electric scooters whizzing around downtown and North Central, now that City Council has launched a six-month pilot program complete...

SA City Council approves Alamo Master Plan

CITY COUNCIL ON OCT. 18 APPROVED THE CONTROVERSIAL Alamo Master Plan after months of often-heated community discussions, held during the 300th year of the...
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