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Written by Joe Ruiz on Mar 07, 2011
San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro is among those scheduled to speak on Saturday, March 12, on the steps of the Texas Capitol at the Save Texas Schools rally, according to a news release from Save Texas Schools.
Written by Susana on Mar 05, 2011
Hundred of women, students, activists and residents came out on a windy, sunny Saturday to participate in the 21st annual San Antonio International Women's Day March that celebrates women's achievements and calls attention to issues affecting minorities in the community and the world.
Written by Susana on Mar 03, 2011
Sixty-four teams of high school students from across Texas, the United States and Mexico are building robots as big as 120 pounds in the Alamo Regional First Competition being held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. The FIRST Robotics and Tech Competitions on Thursday, March 3 showcases some of the brightest young technical brains who will compete for scholarships, a spot in the FIRST Championship, and, as organizers say, "bragging rights" by building robots from kits and parts.
Written by Joe Ruiz on Feb 21, 2011
On Sunday, Feb. 20, the superintendents of Northside and North East ISDs met at Colonial Hills United Methodist Church to talk about the upcoming district budget cuts designed to anticipate the projected $27 billion state budget shortfall over the next two years.
Written by rudyarispe on Feb 17, 2011
With spring around the corner, vegetables at the Dan Cook Dream Garden will soon be harvested, thanks to a group of kids who got their hands dirty to fight obesity and diabetes in their West Side community.Children from kindergarten age all the way to the eighth grade planted the vegetables on Jan. 21 at the garden, located on 1215 W. Poplar.It’s one of several ongoing community projects that are promoting healthy eating habits, community involvement and outdoor activities on the West Side.