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Written by Justice Garza on Jun 22, 2011
Updated for 2018: Before you break out the barbecue pit for the July 4th holiday, take out the trash. Yes, you will have to take out the trash on the Fourth of July (if Wednesday is your normal trash day). And just in case it rains: click here for Emergency Backup Fireworks.
Written by Laura Carter on May 24, 2011
The San Antonio Area Foundation is pleased to announce the results of the competitive grant distribution process awarding a total of $984,858 with 79 awards to 76 nonprofit organizations serving Bexar County and surrounding counties.Funded by permanent funds and trusts, honoring the donors’ wishes for the betterment of the community is the guiding principle behind the San Antonio Area Foundation’s annual competitive grant distribution process. Grants from Area Foundation donor-advised trusts and funds are made throughout the year, based on donor recommendations.
Written by Joe Ruiz on May 16, 2011
WATCH THE REPLAY: The final two candidates in the race for San Antonio's Council District 1 are meeting in a candidates' forum sponosored by multiple neighborhood associations.
Written by evrard on May 04, 2011
NOWCastSA has gathered a collection of local resources relating to the upcoming May 14 elections. Find out where you can vote on Saturday via the Bexar County Elections website.Alamo Heights
Written by Joe Ruiz on May 03, 2011
Late last year, leaders at the St. James Parish church on San Antonio's South Side decided to take to the streets to find out the issues that were affecting the populace. The results of their research were presented at a community meeting on Monday, May 2. The answers they received ranged from those at the forefront of the nation's issues to those as small as a church group. Two middle school students, 7th grader Francisco Lugo and 8th grader Martha Reyna, spoke of improving their education and not having many after-school activities other school districts provide.