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Clemens High School welcomes new principal

SCHERTZ — Amy Sirizzotti’s heart has been in education since sixth grade when she got the chance to tutor younger students with English lessons. “For the...

Metrocom braces for COVID-19 financial impact

Randolph Metrocom cities have not seen much of a financial impact from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, but San Antonio faces potential budget cuts to...

Struggling with COVID-19 economic impact

The city is helping vulnerable community members and small businesses in North Central adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, many local leaders and residents...

Southside ISD gets new leaders

After three years of state-appointed management, the Southside Independent School District has three new leaders — a superintendent and two publicly elected trustees. Their focus...

City struggles with COVID-19’s economic impact

The city is helping vulnerable community members and small businesses on the South Side adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are local leaders...

Pandemic leaves mark on Metrocom

The state’s easing of restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic is allowing more Metrocom businesses to reopen, while local programs continue offering assistance. Meanwhile,...

Homeless tunnel under 281 being closely monitored

Officials are keeping a close watch after the discovery and cleanup in late April of an extensive homeless camp hidden in the drainage tunnels...

Pandemic leaves mark on North Side

The state’s easing of restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic is allowing more businesses the leeway to gradually open, while local programs continue...

Last hole for Republic Golf Club

The Republic Golf Club has booked its last tee time. Following 18 years of existence, the Southeast Side golf course was shuttered May 3 after...

Pandemic leaves mark on the South Side

South Side leaders and residents are lending each other a helping hand as the state and city work to safely ease COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. By...

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