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Cibolo moves ahead on road projects

CIBOLO — Progress is being made toward increasing mobility around the borough with several multimillion-dollar road projects underway. Construction on Tolle Road is projected to begin...

Grants add ‘local flavor’ in Schertz

SCHERTZ —  An economic boost from the city designed to enhance Main Street properties is giving businesses more of a “local flavor,” officials said. The...

SCUCISD names new superintendent

SCHERTZ — Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District trustees have named Clark Ealy as the new superintendent. Ealy, whose appointment became effective in early January, served as...

Universal City says no to migrant shelter

UNIVERSAL CITY —  Officials rejected a proposed migrant shelter that would have housed up to 60 immigrant youths, ages 11-17, during a recent meeting...

Feral hogs reported in North Side neighborhood

THE recent sighting of feral pigs in the Woods of Shavano does not have the neighborhood going hog wild just yet, the community association...

Cibolo, company at crossroads over tollway

CIBOLO — A firm seeking to build a toll road says local officials’ enthusiasm for the project seems to be waning, but municipal leaders counter...

Coronado Elementary not closing, JISD says

UNIVERSAL CITY — Contrary to persistent rumors, Coronado Village Elementary School won’t be shuttering after the academic year ends, Judson Independent School District officials confirmed. Though...

I-10 West expansion proposed by TxDOT

A $200 million improvement project for Interstate 10 West could double the number of lanes from Fair Oaks Ranch to Boerne, state highway officials...

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,...

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