Written by evrard on Jun 14, 2011

When Ramona Garcia sang the National Anthem at the first of San Antonio Independent School District's high school graduation ceremonies Saturday morning, her grandfather was watching and listening on his computer 250 miles away.

"Thanks for webcasting the Graduation of Highlands High School this morning," wrote Ramona's grandfather, Otto Perryman, in an email. "I am disabled and was unable to travel to San Antonio to see the graduation, and appreciate you allowing me to watch it from my home in Fort Worth."

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jun 09, 2011

REPLAY THE VIDEOS:  Watch archived video all eight graduation ceremonies from the SAISD high schools in the video player here.

Please join the conversation and celebrate the accomplishments of these young people by watching the video, participating in the chat and coming back for another replay.

Written by evrard on Jun 06, 2011

Replay the video: NOWCastSA  webcast the City's second West SIde Economic Development community meeting June 18 from the Frank Garrett Community Center.

At the summit, hosted by the Westside Development Corporation (WDC), participants identified areas on the West Side that are ready for economic development and helped create a prioritized lise of ten projects for investors to consider.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jun 03, 2011

REPLAY THE VIDEO: San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro kicked off the 2011 San Antonio Summer Library Reading Program with help from library and school officials from across the city.

Improving education was the top priority in SA2020, and this reading initiative is targeting that issue.

Listen to Mayor Castro talk about why the reading program is important to the city's future.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on May 22, 2011

Replay the video: San Antonio celebrated its college-bound high school seniors as rock stars during College Signing Day, complete with a red carpet, a light show, a Spurs announcer, bands and a salute from Mayor Julian Castro.

The event, held center court at the AT&T Center, was for students to publicly declare their college choice similar to the way high school athletes announce their college choices on National Signing Day. Hundreds of high school seniors who plan to attend college in the fall registered to attend, according to event organizers.