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San Antonio District 9 ‘People’s Budget’ projects named

The votes are in for the “People’s Budget,” with District 9 residents supporting projects ranging from a new turn lane on Huebner Road to...

TxDOT Talks I-35 corridor improvements

SCHERTZ — Several roadway projects totaling more than $2 billion to keep pace with population growth along the bustling Interstate 35 corridor are underway or...

Castle Hills re-tasks committee for parks and street projects

CASTLE HILLS — Officials recently approved renaming and broadening the scope of a committee aimed at beautifying and making the city safer for residents, but...

Calming the waters in Castle Hills

CASTLE HILLS — Now that he’s mayor, JR Treviño says his first order of business is ending a contentious period at City Hall and making...

Residents oppose affordable housing

A proposal by an Indiana company to build affordable housing possibly eligible for tax credits just north of Stone Oak has some neighbors up...

Hardy Oak-Huebner extension debuts

The completion of the long-awaited Hardy Oak Boulevard-Huebner Road extension project has already eased area traffic congestion, Stone Oak residents are proclaiming. The much-anticipated undertaking...

Residents keeping tabs on clubhouse

Residents are hopeful new directors of the Timberwood Park Owners Association Inc. will push for more transparency, including keeping members updated about a $1.5...

Keeping NEISD ‘a destination school district’

Ensuring the North East Independent School District remains an attractive educational home for pupils, parents and teachers is one of the top goals of...

Keeping NEISD ‘a destination school district’

Ensuring the North East Independent School District remains an attractive educational home for pupils, parents and teachers is one of the top goals of...

Crime continues to drop in Shavano Park

SHAVANO PARK — A continued drop in crime levels — according to the latest figures — shows the city remains a safe place to live,...

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