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Travis E. Poling

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Councilman pushing for citywide renters’ commission

A proposed city commission to represent apartment and home renters — about half of San Antonio’s population — has been slowed down thanks to COVID-19,...

Self-driving vehicle tests on hold for now

For now, the COVID-19 pandemic has put the brakes on plans to test a driverless transit system for Brooks’ employees, officials said. Autonomous vans could...

From Southtown to Brooks: Home sales remain steady

From Southtown to Brooks, the number of houses sold in the Interstate 37 South corridor rose 31 percent in December. Buyers there sought more affordable...

City pushing for downtown development

New city policies and incentives are helping boost affordable-housing options near downtown, including condos for sale in one of the hottest parts of San...

Fair Oaks Ranch in water war with residents

FAIR OAKS RANCH — In 1973, a development company drilled water wells on and near future homesites across ranchland owned by Ralph Fair Jr.’s family...

Boutique hotels make a comeback downtown

While skyscraper hotels make up a big part of San Antonio’s downtown skyline, a growing number of boutique inns are also enriching the city...

Schertz welcomes new fire station

SCHERTZ — In November, residents and businesses from the city’s southern reach gained more peace of mind with the opening of a new firehouse. This was...

H-E-B parking garage, skybridge homage to SA

They may seem like unlikely symbols, but H-E-B’s new parking garage and skybridge linking downtown to the Texas grocery powerhouse’s headquarters in the King...

Stone Oak-area still a sellers’ market

Far North Side September home sales climbed 4.5 percent to 208 houses, in tandem with rising prices across the four ZIP codes from Interstate...

Nix closure ends downtown era

Bits of the Nix Medical Center are disappearing. Surgeries have stopped, employees have left, and soon everything must go as Los Angeles-based health care company...

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