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Road projects continue in North Central, downtown areas

TAKEAWAYS •San Antonio recently began a project for road, sidewalk and bike-lane upgrades on part of North St. Mary’s Street. • Contractors recently have been preparing to...

North Central Local Lowdown

OPEN AND OPENING SOON ROSEY’S FISH AND CHIPS, 100 N. Santa Rosa St., offers British pub grub in a ground-floor space at The Dandy residential...

DECISION 2021: San Antonio runoffs set; political newcomers prevail in AHISD,...

Three undecided May 1 City Council elections affecting North Central neighborhoods are headed to a June 5 runoff.  Meanwhile, one San Antonio Independent School District...

City, school elections lie ahead in central San Antonio, Alamo Heights...

Voters living in and around downtown will decide multiple May 1 city council and school board contests. SAN ANTONIO Two-term Mayor Ron Nirenberg and former District 6 Councilman...

DeBerry takes seat as new county commissioner

ALAMO HEIGHTS — “PRAGMATIC” AND “SCRAPPY” are adjectives new Bexar County Precinct 3 Commissioner Trish DeBerry often uses to describe herself. Both traits have served her...

Inclusive swim program seeks new pool funding

A Mahncke Park swim school for children, including those with disabilities, is diving into fundraising to provide a bigger pool and additional inclusive programs. Good...

Upgrades coming to McCullough Avenue

OLMOS PARK — When spring arrives, McCullough Avenue through the city will look a little different. The town plans to begin 2021 by launching a roughly...

Developers must refine River Road townhomes again

A city review panel asked townhome developers in the River Road Historic District near Brackenridge Park to return to the drawing board again. However, the...

Alamo Heights sets up temporary bike park

Concerned about increased bicycling in a natural area, the city set up a short-term recreational cycling spot near the local dog park. The City Council...

North Central smaller cities dodge COVID-19 budget cuts

While the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact forced San Antonio to cut spending in Fiscal Year 2021, smaller North Central cities’ budgets remain stable. San Antonio’s new...

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