Written by admin_charlotteanne on May 13, 2022
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Written by Texas Tribune on May 13, 2022
By Andrew Zhang, The Texas Tribune A federal appeals court on May 11 reinstated a Republican-backed Texas law that prohibits large social media companies from banning users over their political viewpoints.
Written by Yasmin-Gonzalez on Apr 28, 2022
Are you wondering how to help the people of Ukraine? Below are some trustworthy organizations that are accepting donations to help the people of Ukraine and the refugees in other countries.  Scroll down for a list of local businesses that are donating profits to help the Ukrainian people.
Written by Greg Harman on Apr 26, 2022
  Organized by @actonclimateUS, the event was a call to @POTUS and @EPA to adopt more stringent standards for air toxics like #mercury and fulfill commitments to
Written by City of San Antonio on Apr 12, 2022
San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department officials announced the annual park curfew will be lifted at selected City parks for the Easter holiday. Park curfew will be lifted beginning at 11 p.m. on Thursday, April 14 and will resume at 11 p.m. on Easter Sunday, April 17. Overnight camping…
Written by Kristen Ruby Cervellini on Apr 08, 2022
With Easter just around the corner, San Antonio promises not to disappoint families! There are a variety of fun events to choose from, so below is an outline of events, and links to purchase tickets and find out more information.   Easter Eggspress: The Easter Egg Hunt at the Texas…
Written by Vivian Lopez on Apr 04, 2022
Here is video from the March 17 Tobin Hill Community Association Town Hall that resulted in weekend street barricades to protect the adjacent neighborhood from patrons of bars along the St. Mary's Strip:
Written by Vivian Lopez on Mar 28, 2022
City Hall and most municipal offices will be closed Thursday, March 31, 2022 for the new Cesar Chavez holiday. San Antonio is the first city in the country to recognize it as a paid holiday.  You may be wondering, “do I have to take the trash out?” Yes, you will because collection services…
Written by Texas Tribune on Mar 27, 2022
By Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune On Saturday morning, the courtyard at Eastside Early College High School in Austin looks like a “rainbow threw up,” according to Melissa Kender. There are rainbow flags, rainbow pins, rainbow dresses and shirts and face paint. Kender, an assistant principal…