Road work on Loop 1604 at Blanco Road shakes up neighbors
Now that the next phase of the Loop 1604 construction project is underway, some neighbors report being jolted awake by the road work. Crews are excavating and using controlled explosions to clear material at the Blanco Road intersection.
Food drive benefitting Christian Assistance Ministry held by Tivy Class of 1971
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‘It’s not going to happen to me and then unfortunately, it does’: MADD warns drivers be wary ahead of Blackout Wednesday
According to San Antonio police, there have been close 3,800 DWI arrests since the start of the year. Organizations like Mothers Against Drunk Driving hope that drivers make smart decisions before toasting the holidays.
San Antonio City Council considers international airport expansion plan for ‘world-class’ facility
The city’s director of airports presented city council members with a a new Strategic Development Plan to expand the San Antonio International Airport’s capacity and turn it into a “world-class” facility.
9 vital questions to ask before embarking on a volunteer vacation
Volunteer vacations are popular with gap-year students, retired seniors, and millions of people in between. Perhaps you’re just starting to travel again, for the first time in a long time, considering the pandemic, and you’re thinking about a volunteer vacation.