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Written by City of San Antonio on Mar 20, 2014
The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District and Animal Care Services advise the community that, as with every spring season, the Mexican free-tailed bats (Tadarida brasiliensis) are migrating back to the area, increasing the chances of a potential exposure to rabies. 
Written by rmcmer on Mar 19, 2014
Colorful bicycles are popping up all around town to help raise awareness of Síclovía’s exciting new location on the South Side.   On March 30 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Síclovía will begin at the intersection of South St. Mary’s Street and East Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard, and travel south along East Mitchell Street and Mission Road to Mission Concepción, for a total of about 2.5 miles.  
Written by DeAnneCuellar on Mar 16, 2014
I made a map of free Wi-Fi in San Antonio, using blue dots for public places and red dots for private businesses. Feel free to share and add more locations.
Written by Kris@nowcastsa.org on Mar 13, 2014
On October 5, 2013, a varied group of citizens, engineers, and historians talked about the Hays Street Bridge, trains, and their history in San Antonio, Texas.  Nettie Hinton, a Founding Member of the Hays Street Bridge Restoration Group B.L. Mier, San Antonio Railroad History Museum
Written by karensadams on Mar 13, 2014
To kick-off Child Abuse Prevention Month, 5,846 Cardboard Kids will be placed all over San Antonio on April 3—in office lobbies, doctors’ waiting rooms, coffee shops, grocery carts, playgrounds, libraries, and more, and the creators of each Cardboard Kid will share photos of them using social media as part of ChildSafe’s awareness campaign to heighten attention, intervention and prevention of abuse and neglect of children in our community. Each Cardboard Kid represents a child victim of abuse or neglect.