Northeast San Antonio Metrocom
12:58 PM Apr 13, 2022 CDT

Cibolo Mayor Stosh Boyle pleads guilty to felony charges, says he wants to finish his term strong

Cibolo Mayor Stanley "Stosh" Boyle pleaded guilty for two felony charges on April 12. Despite the charges, he will finish his term.


North San Antonio

Bexar County judge issues disaster declaration, cites dangerous fire conditions

Bexar County plans to temporarily ban outdoor burning.


Round Rock

CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Officials monitoring noise complaints from residents living near new Round Rock Amp venue; CraftWay Kitchen opens second location in Frisco and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 12.



North San Antonio

Officials: Camp Bullis brush fire now 70% contained

Authorities responding to a brush fire over the weekend at Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis said on April 11 that the blaze was 70% contained.


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Live Oak to hold bond open house April 23

The city of Live Oak will hold an open house April 23 to answer questions regarding the $18 million bond on the May 7 ballot.


New Braunfels

CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: 1838 Grill New Braunfels now open and more local business updates; Tomball ISD considering boundary changes near The Woodlands and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 11.




The Woodlands

CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Conroe ISD approves teacher, employee pay increases for 2022-23 school year; Black Bear Diner to open in northeast Fort Worth and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 8.


North San Antonio

San Antonio City Council OKs updated Hemisfair contract

Civic Park plans call for hundreds of new apartments, a new hotel and an event activation space.


New Braunfels

Comal ISD bond update: Two new elementary schools slated to begin construction this month

The schools are expected to open in August 2023 and will offer relief for other area elementary schools.


The Woodlands

CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Gucci, Nike, Breitling, Sixty Vines coming to The Woodlands' Market Street; Pizza Twist opens in McKinney and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 7.



North San Antonio

Bexar County offers aid to delinquent property taxpayers

Bexar County officials have recently been reminding the public that assistance is available to an estimated 15,000 property taxpayers who are behind on paying their taxes.


North San Antonio

11 things to do in San Antonio April 7-12

Taste of the Northside and the Battle of Flowers Band Festival are among notable Fiesta events this weekend.


New Braunfels

Comal ISD student named concertmaster for Texas All-State Symphony Orchestra

Ellie Kennedy was chosen as first chair Violin 1 for the orchestra composed of students from across the state.


Northeast San Antonio Metrocom

Tri-county Parkway reconstruction to begin April 11

The city of Schertz on April 6 announced that Tri-County Parkway will begin construction work April 11.



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Guadalupe Co. commissioners approve contract for assistance in allocating ARPA funds

Guadalupe Commissioners on April 5 discussed ARPA funds spending and using a third-party professional to assist in funds allocation while remaining within federal guidelines.


North San Antonio

Single Professionals Network San Antonio recognizes new board of directors

Networking group for singles ages 55-up announces new officers


New Braunfels

CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Authentic Mexican fare eatery Sal-O-Mon moves to New Braunfels; Fuddruckers burgers to return to Frisco with ghost kitchen and more news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 6.


North San Antonio

Hollywood Park candidates talk roads, public safety at forum

The four Hollywood Park residents, whose names will appear on the May 7 city election ballot, appeared at an April 4 forum to answer neighbors’ questions about local streets, public safety and addressing the role of local civic organizations.



Round Rock

CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: 10 businesses now open or coming soon to Round Rock; Main Street Food Hall plans in Frisco fall through and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 5.


North San Antonio

San Antonio entrepreneurs join fight against cancer with new clothing line

Some sales proceeds at Life Approach Clothing are donated to San Antonio-based cancer research causes.


North San Antonio

North San Antonian’s new book chronicles grandmother’s battle with adversity

Darla Quinn's "Letters from Sadie" serves as both a family tribute and a caregiver's guide.


North San Antonio

Developers see Make Ready as downtown San Antonio’s next culinary destination

San Antonio developers are designing a pedestrian- and cyclist-friendly downtown culinary gathering spot.