FIRST DAY BACK TO SCHOOL

FIRST DAY BACK TO SCHOOL

The first day of school marks a special time for students, parents, and teachers. While 2020 has presented its own set of challenges, nothing would stop the Alamo Heights educational community from finding new ways to celebrate the tradition, excitement, and hope a...
Pesto Ristorante

Pesto Ristorante

A Taste of Italy in Olmos Park You would be very hard-pressed to find anyone who doesn’t love Italian food. From pizza to pasta and every delectable Italian flavor in between, this beloved cuisine has become a staple in most of our diets. Authentic Italian food...
Terrell Hills City Manager William Foley

Terrell Hills City Manager William Foley

Police Chief Named City Chief Terrell Hills’ new city manager followed a familiar path – from police chief to city chief. It’s a path Bill Foley’s predecessor Greg Whitlock took when he came out of retirement in 2016 to take over as City Manager. “Whitlock was my...
BOERNE’S SPAY AND NEUTER BRIGADE

BOERNE’S SPAY AND NEUTER BRIGADE

A gang of Aunt Bees swing into action to fight pet overpopulation In 1986, a friendly group of Boerne ladies got together to help animals. Instead of a bake sale, they held garage sales, and pretty soon, their cigar boxes overflowed with cash. Then they got ambitious....
COVID-19 Continuing Challenges

COVID-19 Continuing Challenges

The enormous challenges posed by COVID-19 remain a significant issue of concern for area governments. Alamo Heights faced a difficult challenge when an entire shift in the fire department — officers and staff — were sent home after testing positive for the...
Happenings in ’09

Happenings in ’09

Local Oral History Film Chosen for SA Competition IMPACT: The San Antonio Jewish Oral History Project, a documentary by the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), has been selected for screening at the 26th annual San Antonio Film Festival. NCJW said, “The film...

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