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ALAMO HEIGHTS — With a view down the road, the city is looking at revamping its sign ordinance in an effort to make it more user-friendly, especially for businesses. The City Council first adopted the sign ordinance in June 1993. Part of this effort i…
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Too many motorists are still speeding around stopped school buses unloading or taking on children, creating a dangerous situation. In this season of giving, let’s also practice a little more care and caution. The most risky part of the day for many pu…
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These days, higher education and higher cost go hand in hand. The reasons are many and complex, and reach to the end of World War II. College was primarily for the most promising students back then, or the elite whose parents could afford it. However, in…
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San Antonio is not the most blood-soaked city in the U.S., despite what you may have heard or read. Recent media reports based on the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting statistics for 2016 indicate San Antonio, on a per-capita basis, led the nation’s 15 l…
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Bottling Department — Pearl’s new food hall — hopes to tantalize patrons’ taste buds with a variety of culinary treats. “It’s encouraging experimentation on both sides of the counter, both for the operator but also the diner,” said Elizabet…