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Metrocom-area races see crowded ballots

May 1 elections feature mayoral and city council races in Garden Ridge and San Antonio, two Judson Independent School District school board contests, and a...

Vision impairment doesn’t stop Steele student’s active life

SCHERTZ — Jazmin Harper is one busy teenager. She rises at 4:30 a.m. to swim before school, plays multiple instruments, participates in the Steele High School...

Adaptability hallmark of Cibolo, Schertz, Selma

Cibolo, Schertz and Selma are seeing commercial and residential growth, and successfully launching public projects, despite challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic, their city leaders...

Former Cibolo schoolhouse poised to become City Hall annex

CIBOLO — Officials are proceeding with plans to convert a 104-year-old former school building into offices for city staff and a community meeting space. Representatives...

Universal City foster-care medical facility nixed

UNIVERSAL CITY — Community backlash that stopped a proposed migrant shelter last year led some San Antonio health professionals to scrap a foster-care medical facility...

Schertz police investigation finds 1 policy violation in Rayford arrest

Police who kicked and tased a teenager during an arrest in November will undergo additional training but did not violate most administrative policies, city...

Metrocom veterans groups reopen sites

As Americans in November recall the sacrifices made by U.S. armed forces, Randolph Metrocom veterans groups have reopened facilities after COVID-19 closures. American Legion Post...

Converse, Live Oak and Selma name council members to city hall...

New leaders both appointed and elected have taken their seats at city halls in Converse, Live Oak and Selma. Converse City Council tabbed former member...

Fighting COVID-19 one stitch at a time

UNIVERSAL CITY — When the need for protective face masks to fight COVID-19 arose, ladies from Grace Community Church wasted no time answering the...

$50 million will aid neighborhoods near bases

Multimillion-dollar funding designed to enhance infrastructure outside local military bases could eventually support “critical projects” in the Randolph Air Force Base vicinity, officials said. Although...

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