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New rules aimed at housing preservation

San Antonio closed 2019 with major changes to zoning rules meant to better protect established neighborhoods from potentially adverse effects of redevelopment. The City Council...

Stone Oak park work starts in fall

Stone Oak residents are looking forward to this autumn when a year’s worth of initial development begins at Classen-Steubing Ranch Park, the third city-owned...

State to widen 1604 to I-35

Work could begin as soon as 2021 on one of the biggest road projects in San Antonio history, expanding Loop 1604 to 10 lanes...

Getting up to speed in Castle Hills

CASTLE HILLS — New aldermen Kurt May and Joe Izbrand joined their colleagues in tackling issues such as zoning revisions and a lawsuit over a...

Not so welcome: Several neighbors upset about complex coming to River...

A city review panel gave full final approval to a controversial townhome project in the River Road neighborhood. The Historic and Design Review Commission Dec....

San Antonio just spinning its wheels, cyclists say

In spite of a push by cycling enthusiasts, the city isn’t switching gears and adding bike lanes to narrower portions of Broadway downtown. Many riders...

State to widen 1604 across north SA

Work could begin as soon as 2021 on one of the biggest road projects in San Antonio history, expanding Loop 1604 to 10 lanes...

Castle Hills clashes with church over property

CASTLE HILLS — The town could face a lawsuit after the City Council recently failed to amend a special-use permit allowing a local church to...

SA panel approves design for Alameda Theater remodel

Following months of drawings, technical analyses and meetings, the design for the much-anticipated restoration of the Alameda Theater has been finalized. The city’s Historic and...

Schertz sees councilman tapped as mayor

SCHERTZ — Voters elected Councilman Ralph Gutierrez as the new mayor Nov. 5. He succeeds Michael Carpenter, who is stepping down after 14 years in city...

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