North San Antonio
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City updating orientation manual for new, appointed council members
The decision is partly meant to prevent the rolling cancellations of routes experienced during the last school year.
A new CEO leads Vascular Perfusion Solutions in San Antonio, and an oral/maxillofacial practice welcomed a surgeon.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which operates the state’s power grid, has been without a permanent leader for 16 months, after its former CEO was fired in the aftermath of the February 2021 winter storm. The new CEO will join ERCOT in October.
School boards provide local governance of their school districts and can only take action by a majority vote at public meetings.
Tech Bloc is receiving applications through Sept. 25.
This year, 25% of school districts improved on their letter grades from 2019. The Texas Education Agency typically releases accountability ratings annually, but the procedure was paused during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Edwards Aquifer Authority enacts Stage 4 water restrictions; no change for San Antonio Water System patrons
The Edwards Aquifer Authority declared Stage 4 water restrictions on Aug. 13, citing further decrease in Comal Springs water levels.
A new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation indicates that Texas children are struggling with mental health and educational proficiency.
Honey sourced at a north San Antonio resort property is an ingredient in local brewpub's new ale.
Featured events include school year kickoff celebrations.
Some city leaders feel the CPS Energy surplus should be used on other city priorities.
The money will help to support new internet infrastructure and access in unconnected areas.
Using federal COVID-19 relief funds, Bexar County is establishing a $20 million spending framework to buoy public-private partnerships toward increasing affordable housing countywide.
Nightly military drills will continue in the downtown area through Aug. 12.
Texas educators reported declines in support from parents and state leaders during the pandemic, according to the Texas State Teachers Association.
An Army exercise will include simulated gunfire and controlled explosions.
District officials warn of possible delays along some school bus routes.
The grant will help health centers that serve underserved and uninsured Texans in areas with limited resources.
Eligible homeowners may receive help with various home repairs.
Back-to-school events highlight a slate of local activities scheduled during the first weekend of August in San Antonio.
Recent openings include a new coffee shop and a Detroit-style pizza eatery.
Two more town halls are scheduled in August.
Texas will provide over $305.5 million in emergency benefits this month, which is expected to help 1.5 million households.
San Antonio's public health authority is immediately disbursing 720 doses to cover known local at-risk patients as a new monkeypox outbreak hits Texas.