Filing ended Friday for the May 10 municipal elections, and seven Alamo Heights residents filed for three city council seats. (read more).
As filing for the May 10 general elections closed Friday, four Olmos Park residents had filed for three posts. (read more).
Filing concluded Friday for this spring's general election, and one thing is for sure: Terrell Hills will have a new mayor. (read more).
SAN ANTONIO -- State Rep. Joe Straus of Alamo Heights doesn't have heavy opposition in Tuesday's election. He's opposed by businessman and tea party-type Matt Beebe. Two years ago Straus drubbed Beebe by 26 points, and there's no reason to think the results will be substantially different this year. (read more).
SAN ANTONIO — The company behind a controversial apartment development in Alamo Heights has abandoned the project, saying Monday that it no longer made business sense because of new, tougher construction guidelines. (read more). Subscription needed to view.