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Fishing on Medina River gave idea for coffee shop

Inspired by a love of fly fishing, the former owners of a pediatric health agency got hooked on being artisan roasters and opened Medina...

Hoof it down to Swine House Bodega

Butcher Joe Saenz goes whole hog at Swine House Bodega. “I want to bring the sandwich-eating culture to San Antonio,” said the Alamo City native...

New day for pre-K

Funding for full-time prekindergarten bodes well for Texas children today and for generations to come, but educators must now develop programs enhancing the additional...

Awareness, supervision keys to swimming safety

Summer brings plenty of fun and joy, but also a few dangers, which is why The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio is promoting ways...

San Antonio election: Moving on

Ron Nirenberg’s narrow margin of victory in the June San Antonio mayoral runoff fell far short of a resounding mandate for his policies, instead...

Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill designed to limit property tax growth

By Riane Roldan and Shannon Najmabadi, The Texas Tribune June 12, 2019 "Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill designed to limit property tax growth" was first published...

After House Republicans tackle big challenges in session, they face another...

By Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune June 13, 2019 "After House Republicans tackle big challenges in session, they face another one: saving themselves" was first published...

Advocates say lawmakers largely exempted themselves from Texas’ public records law,...

By Shannon Najmabadi and Jay Root, The Texas Tribune June 14, 2019 "Advocates say lawmakers largely exempted themselves from Texas' public records law, prompting calls for...

Ice-cream parlor delivers frozen fun

FAIR OAKS RANCH — Folks wanting to beat the heat can cool off with frozen treats at Parker’s Ice Creams, a family-run shop also...

Residents gird for another annexation battle

Although the city lost its bid to annex the areas around camps Bullis and Stanley last year, residents say the battle seems far from...

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