Terrell Hills News
SAN ANTONIO – The new year begins with an old problem on the Austin Highway: crime.
As neighbors work hard to revitalize the area, an abandoned motel is now a magnet for squatters (read more).
A Terrell Hills Family is hosting the bash, which includes a guest list of 1,200 people, exotic animals, a ferris wheel and other entertainment.
Large red-and-white-striped tents have replaced Travis Park's holiday scenery ahead of a massive bash to be hosted on the park grounds and its neighbor, the elegant St. Anthony Hotel, Saturday(read more).
St. Andrew's will join forces with Fleet Feet to host a 5K Fun Run / Walk on Saturday, August 1. If you are an avid runner, you're invited! If you like to take part in walks for a good cause, you're invited! If you enjoy walking events that include children and/or pets, you're invited!
Marilyn Eldridge was sworn in as the newest Terrell Hills City Council member Oct. 13, filling a void left by Michelle Brady, who resigned. (read more).
Terrell Hills has reappointed its city judge and found a replacement for its departing prosecutor, city officials say. (read more).
Recent reports seem to indicate an influx of coyotes in Terrell Hills, but officials say there's no cause for alarm.
Sgt. Roger Mangum of the Terrell Hills Police Department said calls come and go throughout the year. (read more).
SAN ANTONIO -- The city of Terrell Hills has seen an uptick of coyote sightings within the past two months, city officials said. (read more).
Terrell Hills City Council on July 14 approved a bid to begin a $1.5 million road project. (read more).
During his 23 years of service to the city, Camp oversaw the recent renovation of City Hall along with upgrades to city infrastructure. (read more).
The 3N Group began construction on the Terrell Heights mixed-use development in November 2013. It's the first new multifamily project to open in the neighborhood in years. (read more).