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ALAMO HEIGHTS — The city is hitting the reset button on its image-rebranding project after residents in an online campaign blasted a proposal to erect two city monuments. Several neighbors primarily used a local Facebook group to oppose the idea of se…
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ALAMO HEIGHTS — After years of back-and-forth debate — some of it bitter — city officials have approved the basic design for a four-story apartment complex at Austin Highway and Broadway. The City Council unanimously voted in late July to sign off …
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Woodridge Elementary School’s new principal says her goals include building great relationships with the community and stressing public education’s positive aspects. Gerrie Spellmann took over in July. “Back when we were younger, the schools were …
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As the school year starts, Howard Early Education Center students will be among the first in the nation taking part in a new program aimed at preventing skin cancer by using sunscreen. That couldn’t have happened in the Alamo Heights Independent School…
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During the dog days of summer, San Antonio VIPs celebrated special occasions with cake, cocktails and curators, keeping everyone cool as cultured cucumbers. The Briscoe Western Art Museum hosted a reception to present its summer exhibition showcasing a v…
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Earl Abel’s, one of San Antonio’s most storied restaurants on the near-North Side, is returning to Broadway. It relocates from 1201 Austin Highway to 1639 Broadway near the Pearl. For generations, the restaurant was a go-to destination for everythin…
Zone 1 Runoff Election
The winners of six June 10 runoff elections for City Council are looking forward to a variety of initiatives designed to improve San Antonio, as well as the neighborhoods they represent. Architect Roberto Treviño won the closest runoff, collecting 51.6 …