Alamo Heights Moving Toward Change and Growth

Written by Edmond Ortiz - Rivard Report on .

Alamo Heights is known by its 7,547 residents and anyone who drives through the leafy small town as the “city of beauty and charm.” Some deride its general affluence and lack of diversity, but the quiet municipality doesn’t quite fit the stereotypes. It’s home to some of the metro area’s best public schools with a diverse student body, neighborhoods with modest bungalows and cottages, and its own a stretch of Broadway dotted with small family-owned businesses. (read more).

Move from Holiday Sadness to Holiday Joy

Written by Jennifer Shawker on .

Honor Your Loved One with the Remembrance Service at Unity Church of San Antonio

The holidays are coming and many people experience them happily, with great anticipation for sharing family traditions, celebrating with holiday parties, and wishing for a prosperous New Year. For some, however, the coming holidays can trigger other feelings, and often this can be due to past loss or unresolved grief.

Alamo Heights changing Broadway’s look

Written by Benjamin Olivo - mysanantonio.com on .

The city of Alamo Heights on Monday night made changes to its building code that likely will change the feel of a 1-mile stretch of Broadway — from Burr Road north to Albany Street — toward a more pedestrian direction. (read more).

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