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Written by lcarter on Jun 09, 2015
The first thing you’ll notice when you walk in the door of Cowboy Kennels at 5207 McCullough are the eye-catching displays of hand-crafted dog beds, leashes, collars, belts and purses made from brightly colored Guatemala fabric.
Written by VIA Transit on Jun 03, 2015
VIA is updating its Long Range Comprehensive Transportation Plan under the banner of “Vision 2040,” which is an effort to plan for the mobility needs of people living and working in the greater San Antonio region through the year 2040. VIA’s role in Vision 2040 is to examine ways to provide public transportation options that can enhance people’s ability to move around and easily access everyday destinations.
Written by SAHA on Jun 02, 2015
The San Antonio Housing Authority (SAHA) was recently awarded a $250,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to address emergency, safety and security needs at public housing properties, including measures necessary to fight crime and drug activities.
Written by vslaurel on Jun 01, 2015
Corner Store customers and associates are once again supporting local sick and injured kids being treated at Children’s Hospital of San Antonio during the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Miracle Balloon fundraiser. Funds generated during the June 1 - June 30 campaign will serve the 70,000 children treated annually at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio. This year, Corner Store will donate $1 for every ICEE purchased on June 20. 
Written by San Antonio Pub... on May 12, 2015
The San Antonio Public Library and Councilman Roberto Treviño celebrated the grand opening of the new Teen Library at Central today.  The new 6,000 square foot space, located on the third floor of the Central Library, offers teens out-of-school learning opportunities to engage in a variety of cutting-edge activities. These experiences, led by professional library staff, will develop collaborative skills that allow peer-to-peer interaction in a safe, enjoyable space and prepare teens for college and employment.