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New turn in ousted Converse councilwoman’s legal battle

CONVERSE — Kate Silvas is out as a councilwoman, but city politicos still face a legal fight over their 2019 attempt to oust her from...

Town center on Selma drawing board

SELMA — A mammoth mixed-use town center could be on its way to rival nearby shopping complexes and multiuse outlets, officials said. City leaders recently approved...

Universal City stimulus aids ailing shops

UNIVERSAL CITY — Municipal officials gave an economic shot in the arm to 54 ailing business owners struggling during the coronavirus pandemic. The Small Business...

Potholes blitzed in North Side campaign

A yearly blitz to report and repair potholes on the North Side has ended successfully without hitting any snags, officials said. The city’s Public Works...

School districts adapt to COVID-19

San Antonio school leaders are weighing options for how next semester’s classes are conducted if the coronavirus threat lingers. Meanwhile, some districts will begin summer...

Fighting COVID-19 one stitch at a time

UNIVERSAL CITY — When the need for protective face masks to fight COVID-19 arose, ladies from Grace Community Church wasted no time answering the...

Converse starting land swap with San Antonio

CONVERSE — The city limits are expanding, but not without some controversy. City Council at a recent meeting voted 5-2 to accept additional land from...

Woman, warrior, boxer

Everybody remembers the first time they fell in love. Luz Ortiz is no different. Who, or what, grabbed the heart of the entrepreneur and television personality?...

School project lets Eagle Scout soar

SCHERTZ — Rose Garden Elementary School has always held a special place in Kolby Holland’s heart. Giving back to his old campus in the form of...

[UPDATED] Wiederstein Road project moves ahead

Multimillion-dollar renovations to Cibolo Valley Drive are set to begin April 20. Work on the formerly known Wiederstein Road, shared by Cibolo and Schertz, would...

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