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[WEB EXCLUSIVE] Scratching the surface: Chickens among permitted farm critters in...

It’s happy hour Friday in Southtown, and resident Jenn Smith is enjoying a pint at Kunstler Brewing Co. with her pet chicken, Georgette. Or Georgie...

Pet town hall at Hardberger Park offers updates on services

Canine owners who visited Hardberger Park during what’s billed as the city’s first pet town hall had a chance to learn about new animal...

Work begins on Hardberger Park land-bridge project

Nearly a decade in the making, a land bridge spanning Wurzbach Parkway — one of the last major pieces of the Hardberger Park master...

Alamo Heights HS Incubator course teaches how to start, fund and...

ALAMO HEIGHTS — Alamo Heights High School junior Paige Davis is learning how to build a business from scratch. She’s in the right place. Davis and 135...

Olmos Park mulls scooters

OLMOS PARK — City officials are looking at potential regulations for dockless electric scooters after residents’ complaints began picking up speed. Mayor Ronald Hornberger in...

Monte Vista mom and friend operate online-based baby-sitting service

A Monte Vista mom and her colleague are bringing on-demand baby-sitting to on-the-go, 21st-century parents. Homegrown entrepreneurs Tiffany Murgo and Katie Rakowitz run Time Out...

Windcrest voters mull 8 council candidates

Two bond issues also on ballot

Homeless, panhandlers a complex issue on the North Side

Panhandlers are turning stretches of North Side roads into homeless highways, and residents — while sympathetic — want something done to make the area...

Budgets OK’d in Alamo Heights, Olmos Park, SA

Alamo Heights, Olmos Park, San Antonio and the Alamo Heights Independent School District have been busy approving their fiscal year 2019 budgets. While the city...

Building permit deadlines may change in Terrell Hills

TERRELL HILLS — City officials are looking at modifying time limits on building permits so they don’t expire before a project is finished. Local officials...

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