Following a bye week, Alamo Heights is set up for its final push of the regular season. The Mules play host to Floresville on Friday, Oct. 31, and will close the regular season at Kerrville Tivy on Nov. 7 in what could be a battle for second place in District 27-5A. (read more).
The city of Alamo Heights effectively banned new drive-through facilities four years ago. But concerned with the level of expansiveness in the city's zoning rules, the City Council has decided to go in a new direction. (read more).
State championships are not won on paper. That's the message Alamo Heights swimming coach Don Walker explained to his girls team last week as it prepared for the season. (read more).
Owners of a piece of property in central Alamo Heights said contractors are ahead of schedule in getting rid of asbestos in the four abandoned structures there. (read more).