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Family Seeks Justice for Schertz Man’s Unsolved Homicide

SCHERTZ — Despite an ongoing probe and one of Texas’ largest rewards, the slaying of a local businessman that gripped the community more than...

Growing Kolitz academy moving to bigger space

Citing a need for more space, the Eleanor Kolitz Hebrew Language Academy is moving from the Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community to...

Shavano Park welcomes new Fire Chief

Darrell Dover, a longtime member of the Castle Hills Fire Department, recently took over as Shavano Park fire chief, succeeding Mike Naughton after he...

Alamo Heights ISD adding safety levels

The Alamo Heights Independent School District is doubling down on security, including recently adding a student resource officer from the Alamo Heights Police Department. According...

Round 2 for District 9 People’s Budget

For the second straight year, residents of District 9 can choose and vote on local public improvement projects they’d like to see in their...

New veterans group wants to help those who served

During three tours with the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan, Rich Scott saw his share of combat. But nothing quite prepared him for the...

Los Robles [Mixed reactions to new Stone Oak area apartments]

Stone Oak’s real estate boom keeps exploding, with two new apartment projects rising up along Blanco and Wilderness Oak roads. One of the complexes —...

Timberwood Park cemetery honored

One of San Antonio’s oldest and most significant graveyards is located at the end of a quiet suburban cul-de-sac in Timberwood Park. The Texas Historical...

New veterans group wants to help those who served

During three tours with the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan, Rich Scott saw his share of combat. But nothing quite prepared him for the...

Round 2 for District 9 People’s Budget

For the second straight year, residents of District 9 can choose and vote on local public improvement projects they’d like to see in their...
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