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Schertz Blue Santa program collecting toys and wrapping paper

THE SCHERTZ POLICE DEPARTMENT’S BLUE SANTA PROGRAM is collecting new toys and wrapping paper. Donations can be dropped off at the station, 1400 Schertz...

More than just do-si-do

SCHERTZ — Square dancing has long been a staple of various cultures around the world dating back to its 17th-century European origins. Today, groups such as...

Where the healing begins

Veterans helping veterans is the idea behind the San Antonio Northeast Vet Center, where those who experienced combat can find aid when they need...

Amazon pay boost comes at right time for Schertz

SCHERTZ — Amazon’s call to raise the minimum wage at its fulfillment center to $15 an hour couldn’t have come at a better time, say...

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...

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,...

Adversity not enough to slow Schertz volunteer

SCHERTZ — When it comes to confronting adversity, Raquel Gutierrez is not one to give up, nor slow down. She keeps busy and stays positive despite...

Schertz celebrating 60th birthday

SCHERTZ — When Alicia Haley moved to Schertz in 1977, it embodied the idea of a small town – not a whole lot to do...

[UPDATED] EVO Entertainment Group adds adds 15,000-seat amphitheater in Schertz

SCHERTZ — Nearly a decade has passed since the area saw an outdoor venue large enough to handle big music acts, but a San Marcos...

[UPDATED] Mixed-use site Santé 51 landing near JBSA-Randolph

CONVERSE — A planned 51-acre, mixed-used development will take root next to Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph under an initiative spearheaded by Bexar County Precinct...
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