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Controlling insects in your garden

Many kinds of insects feed on garden plants. Insect pests damage plants in two ways. Some chew holes in the leaves, stems, roots or...

City to extend South Side Salado Creek trail

Walkers, joggers and bicyclists visiting the Salado Creek greenway on the South Side soon will see an expanded trail. Davila Construction plans to extend the...

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...

Hemisfair redevelopment picks up steam

The nonprofit agency guiding redevelopment of Hemisfair hopes the planned Civic Park becomes the centerpiece of a yearslong remake of the downtown space. Hemisfair Park...

Universal City police chief retires, new top cop hired

UNIVERSAL CITY — Newly retired Police Chief Gary Speer has seen a lot of things during a law-enforcement career spanning 40 years. Thirty-six were spent with...

History lives for new SA missions superintendent

Pride in public service and an appreciation for cultural preservation have steered Christine Jacobs to her new role overseeing San Antonio’s missions. “I have always...

Harlandale’s all-inclusive sport court scores with community

Families with physically challenged children can now look to the South Side for a sport venue especially designed with those youngsters in mind. In September,...

Vertical Farming Grows on the Southside

Residents along the South Flores Street corridor are spreading the word about vertical farming and how it could someday benefit their neighbors and beyond. Members...

Missions-area projects enter new phase

Progress continues on developing a South Side centerpiece facility to showcase the historical Spanish missions as part of a World Heritage Site. The World Heritage...

Farming with a mission

Deep on the South Side, near the banks of the San Antonio River, the fertile fields of Mission San Juan Capistrano have returned to...

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