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Round 2 for District 9 People’s Budget

For the second straight year, residents of District 9 can choose and vote on local public improvement projects they’d like to see in their...

Divided Castle Hills council debates additional staffing

CASTLE HILLS — The City Council spent a divisive and chaotic December trying to resolve ongoing disagreements concerning the city’s staffing needs. City leaders have...

Rare species, aquifer continue to impact development on far North Side

In May 2017, the H-E-B at Hardy Oak Boulevard and Wilderness Oak Road began expanding its parking lot. Two weeks in, workers discovered a...

Teeing off against cancer

In the fall of 2017, Brandon Rivas only hoped he might survive his life-threatening cancer long enough to have the honor of taking the...

Meeting on Castle Hills city manager turns contentious

CASTLE HILLS — A routine City Council meeting to evaluate the city manager’s performance turned into an ideological battle and ended with the review being...

District 9 budget includes park, street assets

The city has passed a $2.8 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2019, and that means projects needed in District 9 — including on the...

Violence puts quiet town on alert

UNIVERSAL CITY — Three gunfire incidents in less than a week — considered by many as unusual for this peaceful town — do not...

New beginning for Castle Hills high-rise

CASTLE HILLS — A high-rise senior-living complex where five elderly residents lost their lives in a tragic fire nearly four years ago is getting a...

Alamo Heights ISD and other area schools pushing bilingual learning

The number of dual-language and language-immersion classes in San Antonio-area schools has exploded in the last decade, with no signs of slowing down. In more...

Northside schools pushing bilingual learning

The number of dual-language and language-immersion classes in San Antonio-area schools has exploded in the last decade, with no signs of slowing down. In more...
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