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THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVED AN INCENTIVE PACKAGE FOR San Antonio-based Credit Human of up to $5.9 million. In return, Credit Human will make a $113 million investment to construct its headquarters — including streets, sidewalks, shade trees and a pocket park — fronting Broadway at East Grayson Street downtown.

CHRISTUS SANTA ROSA HOSPITAL ALAMO HEIGHTS RECENTLY transitioned from a for-profit, physician-owned joint venture to a not-for-profit, owned wholly by Christus Santa Rosa Health System. Located at 403 Treeline Park, the 36-bed private room, full-service surgical hospital with state-of-the-art technology is expanding services to provide a higher level of assistance by adding an intensive care unit, according to CEO Dean Alexander. It also is improving community access by accepting Medicare, Medicaid and most insurance.

IN HONOR OF ITS 100TH ANNIVERSARY, BRACKENRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL IN THE SAN ANTONIO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT held a rededication ceremony including a ribbon-cutting and the unveiling of a banner, Nov. 1. Students served as major participants in the ceremony, which honored the original dedication Nov. 1, 1917.  In 1974, Brackenridge was renamed Wheatley High School, then returned to its original name in 1988.

THE SAN ANTONIO BOTANICAL GARDEN recently celebrated the opening of an 8-acre expansion with a ribbon-cutting and two “action-packed days” of events, according to a spokeswoman. Guest speakers included Bob Brackman, the garden’s executive director; Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff; Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert; City Council District 2 representative William “Cruz” Shaw; and Xavier Urrutia, city Parks and Recreation Department director. The garden is at 555 Funston Place.

AREA CHILDREN DRESSED IN CONSTRUCTION GEAR TOOK PART IN THE GROUNDBREAKING for Legoland Discovery Center San Antonio and Sea Life San Antonio Aquarium. They laid down Lego bricks and sand at the construction site of the two attractions, coming to the Shops at Rivercenter Mall. Up to 65,000 square feet at the sites will be home to interactive and educational exhibits, officials said.

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