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Edmond Ortiz is a lifelong San Antonian who worked for Prime Time Newspapers, San Antonio Express-News and Virtual Builders Exchange. He also freelanced for numerous local publications.

Changes in Cibolo could impact developers

By EDMOND ORTIZ Developers thinking of building in Cibolo could have one less option at their disposal, as local officials work to end Planned Unit...

Hardberger Park land bridge debuts Dec. 11

It’s a sunny mid-December day, and construction crews and earthmovers are still busy putting the final touches on the Hardberger Park land bridge.  Work to...

I-10 Corridor News Briefs

Compiled by EDMOND ORTIZ DECISION 2020 Nov. 3 elections saw record voter turnout in the Interstate 10 West corridor, including Fair Oaks Ranch where Councilman Roy...

City management undermining Converse police group, members say

CONVERSE — A crackdown by City Hall on an organization representing rank-and-file officers has created low morale and an exodus at the Police Department, group...

Voters mostly return Metrocom incumbents

Buoyed by huge voter turnout in the Nov. 3 elections, six incumbents won their respective races in Converse, Schertz, Windcrest and the North East...

North Side projects seeing fruition

A park and A community center, a restored creek and flower-inspired art are among new or ongoing public projects currently underway on the North...

Officials look forward to 410/281 upgrades

North Side residents recently had the opportunity to provide input on proposals designed to improve traffic flow in the Loop 410/U.S. 281 area. The Texas...

Harlandale’s all-inclusive sport court scores with community

Families with physically challenged children can now look to the South Side for a sport venue especially designed with those youngsters in mind. In September,...

Vertical Farming Grows on the Southside

Residents along the South Flores Street corridor are spreading the word about vertical farming and how it could someday benefit their neighbors and beyond. Members...

Former Castle Hills alderwoman sues city

CASTLE HILLS — A former alderwoman has filed a lawsuit against city officials, claiming political retaliation prompted her arrest and removal from the dais in...

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