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San Antonio Botanical Garden Opens New Event Space

A new event venue has opened at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. The 3,500-square-foot Betty Kelso Center is designed to host various events. The botanical...

Texas officials seek federal aid declaration as preparations for tropical systems...

While the latest models show few if any impacts in Texas from one approaching tropical storm, state authorities are maintaining preparations for another approaching...

North Side confronts racism, unequal justice

North Side communities have launched peaceful protests addressing ethnic intolerance and unequal justice, while some City Council members support reforming the police force. Both Castle...

North SA schools start year online

Schools in north San Antonio are starting the academic year with remote learning while administrators grapple with how to safely open classrooms amid an...

Castle Hills mulls funding for streets, drainage

CASTLE HILLS — Though the work may take awhile, Castle Hills is considering issuing debt to fund about $10 million in street and drainage improvements. City...

COVID-19 forces North Central classroom delay

Three North Central school systems are delaying a large-scale return of students to in-classroom instruction while educators, administrators and families grapple with the COVID-19...

[UPDATED] Alamo Heights students of yesterday and today unite to fight...

ALAMO HEIGHTS — A coalition of past and present Alamo Heights High School students are pushing for reforms to create more tolerance and equality on...

I-10 Corridor: School updates, business, infrastructure, elections and more

SCHOOL STARTS School systems in north and northwest San Antonio will be offering safe and different ways for students to start the new academic year...

South Side District 3 councilwoman wants SAPD revamp

A South Side councilwoman is among those calling for reforms at the San Antonio Police Department as widespread protests decry authoritarian brutality and unequal...

COVID-19 forces South Side schools’ classroom delay

Three South Side school systems are delaying a large-scale return of students to in-classroom instruction while educators, administrators and families grapple with the COVID-19...

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