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Pandemic takes toll on blood supplies

While COVID-19 cases have waned, area blood-supply levels remain critically low. Because there is less than two days’ worth of stock, the South Texas Blood...

Vision impairment doesn’t stop Steele student’s active life

SCHERTZ — Jazmin Harper is one busy teenager. She rises at 4:30 a.m. to swim before school, plays multiple instruments, participates in the Steele High School...

Universal City foster-care medical facility nixed

UNIVERSAL CITY — Community backlash that stopped a proposed migrant shelter last year led some San Antonio health professionals to scrap a foster-care medical facility...

Metrocom veterans groups reopen sites

As Americans in November recall the sacrifices made by U.S. armed forces, Randolph Metrocom veterans groups have reopened facilities after COVID-19 closures. American Legion Post...

(Castle) Hills alive with the sound of music

CASTLE HILLS — A musician whose live gigs dried up after COVID-19 struck is finding a new audience with nightly outdoor concerts for the neighbors...

Live Oak, Universal City mark 60th year

Universal City and Live Oak leaders aren’t going to let the novel coronavirus ruin their respective milestones this year. The two neighbors are both observing...

City looks at funding for Cibolo Valley Drive

CIBOLO — City officials are planning to tackle additional repairs to Cibolo Valley Drive, but one councilman warns not to neglect other projects. Leaders are scheduled...

New dimension to school safety in Windcrest

WINDCREST — A three-dimensional crosswalk located outside Windcrest Elementary School is making drivers think twice about speeding through the area, police say. However, a plan to...

Cibolo officials tackling neighbors’ garden parking-lot concerns

CIBOLO — City officials are taking measures to ensure a community space honoring a former councilman’s memory remains a place everyone can peacefully enjoy. Noisy activities...

Local governments rally to aid merchants

Several Randolph Metrocom cities are providing economic relief to struggling business owners dealing with the economic effects of the novel coronavirus. Since March, many shops...

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