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Far North Side Republican and Democratic voters have many choices to make during March 6 primaries, determining who’ll be on the ballot in the November general election. One of the most-talked-about races concerns the vacancy left by U.S. Rep. Lamar Sm…
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Six months into his first term as San Antonio’s mayor, Ron Nirenberg has sought to make solid impressions on various local issues, and even wider ones, such as climate change. However, annexation, transportation, growth management and cultural inclusiv…
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Recent Bexar County health statistics include great news for many far North Side residents, strongly indicating they have an excellent chance of outliving folks in other parts of town. According to the latest research compiled by the Bexar County Health …
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Housing sales remain vigorous on the far North Side with more than 200 September home purchases in four ZIP codes north of Loop 1604. The hot market accounted for 8.2 percent of all home sales in the greater San Antonio area for the month, according to th…
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Cyberbullying is the new silent killer, but it doesn’t have to be if students, parents and teachers communicate and work together, listeners at Johnson High School heard during a forum on teen mental health. “Cyberbullying is deafening, but silent; o…
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The end of the Legislature’s special session this summer marked the start of celebrations among local residents and lawmakers who fought for years to reform how large cities conduct forced annexation. The state’s new law, effective Dec. 1, requires a…