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Written by Susana on Feb 14, 2011
The San Antonio Public Library announced a new strategic plan to align itself to the city’s SA2020 long-term goals of improving education and to confront technological advances that are changing the way people get information.At its annual “Love Your Library” news conference, on Monday, Feb. 14 the library announced the formation of a strategy committee that will map out a new vision to be carried out in the next five years.See selected excerpts from Monday's news conference below. The story continues below the video.
Written by viprealtysa on Feb 13, 2011
When you think of San Antonio, the neighborhoods of Terrell Hills, Olmos Park, Stone Oak and the Dominion probably come to mind. However, there are many fantastic neighborhoods of San Antonio, many of which don’t get the attention at others.If you are looking for San Antonio real estate, consider some of these great neighborhoods:
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 13, 2011
After months of public forums, surveys and input from people who care about San Antonio, a draft report of the SA 2020 plan was released Sunday morning by the Jacksonville Community Council Inc.
Written by Sarah Garrahan on Feb 12, 2011
Dozens of kites could be seen flying through the sky Saturday, Jan. 14 at Leon Valley's Rimkus Park. But it wasn't just the beautiful weather that encouraged families to spend their day outdoors  - it was the Indian holiday of Uttarayan.About 100 San Antonians came out to celebrate the traditional Hindu holiday and watched the colorful festivities.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 10, 2011
Potential homebuyers looking for inexpensive houses are encouraged to attend the City of San Antonio's Tierra Del Sol Affordable Showcase of Homes Housing Fair on Saturday, Feb. 19.The session, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Sonny Melendrez Community Center at 5919 W. Commerce Street, will feature information about home loan plans, down payment assistance and more information, according to a city news release.