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New campaign touts Converse as business-friendly

CONVERSE — The city’s Economic Development Corp. is banking on a recently initiated marketing strategy to draw additional commerce to the area. Launched Aug. 1, the...

Quiet-time law would curtail night construction

San Antonio residents could enjoy more restful slumbers if a North Side councilman’s proposed ordinance limiting loud construction near homes at night passes. In August,...

Northcliffe golf course fate up in the air

SCHERTZ — City officials and residents are still seeking solutions for saving Northcliffe Golf Club. Declining revenues and lack of maintenance led to the course’s...

Cibolo mayor stays on the job

CIBOLO — A tie vote among City Council members means Stan “Stosh” Boyle remains mayor, setting the stage for his reelection campaign. A public hearing...

Digital timeline sheds light on Alamo Heights history

ALAMO HEIGHTS — Using a virtual window into the past, residents can now view hundreds of photos depicting the city’s history through a timeline supported...

Converse gets funding for community center

CONVERSE — A federal grant leveraged through cooperation with Bexar County will bring a much-needed community center to fruition, city leaders said. Converse recently was awarded...

Auto-parts maker to rev up Cibolo’s growing economy

CIBOLO — A decision by a Japanese auto-parts maker to locate here and create as many as 900 jobs just shows the town is...

Cibolo mayor keeps job

CIBOLO —Stanley “Stosh” Boyle remains the mayor. A City Council vote to determine his eligibility for the position ended in a 3-3 tie after a...

Shavano Park: TxDOT outlines NW Military betterments

SHAVANO PARK — Improvements are coming to Northwest Military Highway to cope with rising traffic congestion and auto accidents, says the Texas Department of Transportation. Residents...

Bracken cave: Scientists monitoring deadly bat-cave fungus

Bat Conservation International scientists are working to slow the spread of a potentially deadly fungus discovered in Bracken Cave, regarded as the summer home...

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