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Castle Hills council soldiers on, despite troubles but special election looms...

CASTLE HILLS — The city is preparing for a new budget year and a special election, but not without enduring unresolved, often tense debates among...

Stone Oak: All-in-one park

Things are moving along in the city’s planning of Stone Oak’s next public park, which could feature a unique playground with amenities for all,...

North Central cities alter recycling

In response to a global trade war and the rising costs of recycling, Alamo Heights, Olmos Park and Terrell Hills have stopped accepting certain...

Tobin Hill history designation mulled

San Antonio is considering whether more properties in Tobin Hill should be designated historic and given formal protection, but not all neighbors support the...

Road linking SA, Live Oak, Windcrest under repair

A portion of Randolph Boulevard has begun to see a long-overdue fix, and city leaders say it’s part of larger efforts to improve transportation...

A rough summer in Castle Hills

CASTLE HILLS — The embattled City Council recently took more hits, including the arrests of two councilwomen on felony charges, claims that one was...

Monte Vista assisted-living project dealt blow by city board

In a move hailed by neighborhood preservationists, a doctor’s request to convert a Monte Vista Historic District duplex into an assisted-living domicile was rejected...

Cyclists worried about Lower Broadway design

Cyclists are concerned about a Lower Broadway design that narrows bike lanes along the bustling downtown corridor, but city officials say there aren’t many...

NEISD pay raises decried by some

Some educators say pay raises going to NEISD employees thanks to new state education funding still aren’t enough. Meanwhile, North East Independent School District leaders...

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...

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