Neighbor steps in to help residents as water wells around Medina Lake dry up
Cahill, said he charges about $125 to $150 per trip for people in the lake area, and more for others farther away, but he tries to keep the charges low. The “slim profit” he makes goes toward paying off the new, deeper well he had to have dug for more than $28,000.
EPA finalizes water rule that repeals Trump-era changes
President Joe Biden’s administration has finalized regulations that protect hundreds of thousands of small streams, wetlands and other waterways, repealing a Trump-era rule that federal courts had thrown out and that environmentalists said left waterways vulnerable to pollution.
Exhibition at the Witte Museum explores Brackenridge Park and how it has changed over time
An exhibit at the Witte Museum explores the story of Brackenridge Park through maps, photos and artifacts. The exhibit is called “Brackenridge: San Antonio’s Acclaimed Urban Park,” based on a book by Lewis F. Fisherv
Fin Addict Angler Foundation launches chapter at Harlandale High School
The Fin Addict Angler Foundation was created and resides on the South Side of San Antonio. It is a nonprofit organization that aims to bring people in our communities back to the great outdoors by combining an appreciation for the sport of fishing with respect for one of our greatest natural resources – water.
Runners, walkers can get discounts at these San Antonio restaurants, bars for Rock ‘n’ Roll weekend
Runners and walkers participating in this weekend’s 2022 Certified Piedmontese Beef Rock ‘n’ Roll Running Series in downtown San Antonio can take advantage of a few perks in their preparation and celebration.
Everything to know about San Antonio Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon, half-marathon
The 5K and 10K races are slated to begin at 7:30 a.m. Saturday just east of downtown and the half-marathon and marathon races and expected to start at 7 a.m. Sunday near City Hall. Here’s what to know about the big race weekend.