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Hemisfair: Long-range goals set for downtown site

People of all ages can be found enjoying Yanaguana Garden at Hemisfair, frolicking on the splash pad or watching a free outdoor movie. But soon...

Property taxes: Good and bad seen in reforms

Recent state legislation addressing property-tax relief and school finances is getting a mixed reaction from area officials. On one hand, leaders in local cities agree...

Stone Oak School is site of a new community public Park

A public/private partnership has given Stone Oak a community park on school grounds open to surrounding neighborhoods to encourage physical fitness. Canyon Ridge Elementary School...

Next stage of U.S. 281 expansion underway

While Phase I of the U.S. 281 North expansion is running a year ahead of schedule, a second stage of construction has already begun...

Windcrest voters OK charter changes

During May 4 elections, voters in Windcrest approved several city-charter changes, while across the Metrocom seven officeholders including the mayor of Garden Ridge kept...

Hill Country Village considers apartments for tracts

HILL COUNTRY VILLAGE — City officials have approved an agreement with a developer who wants to build apartments on 12 acres of open property in...

Neighborhood support grows for Midtown regional plan

After more meetings with the city, several community leaders are now backing the Midtown Regional Center Area plan, which focuses on managing growth in...

AHISD, SA Voters keep incumbents

A political newcomer won election to the Olmos Park City Council on May 4, while voters in the Alamo Heights Independent School District retained...

Blanco/1604 project picking up speed

People living in the Loop 1604/Blanco Road area are learning more about the state’s plan to create a diverging diamond at the congested North...

Courage, Perry coast to re-election

A proposal by an Indiana company to build affordable housing possibly eligible for tax credits just north of Stone Oak has some neighbors up...

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