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Looking for books? Nowhere in sight!

ALAMO HEIGHTS — Bookworms in the weeks ahead will have “nowhere” to go for their reading fix. Not in the literal sense, but rather in the...

Migrant shelter denied again in Universal City

UNIVERSAL CITY — A for-profit’s prayers to operate a shelter for detained immigrant youth went unanswered a second time, even with a Schertz-based church advocating...

Cibolo toll road hit by lawsuit

CIBOLO — The Cibolo Parkway toll-road project may have hit a dead end thanks to a legal challenge. Texas Turnpike Corp. recently filed a lawsuit against...

Ealy gears up as SCUCISD head

SCHERTZ — The last piece of business on Clark Ealy’s itinerary: watch Steele and Clemens high schools duel for basketball bragging rights at Beard Gym,...

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...

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