Northeast San Antonio Metrocom

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7:00 AM Apr 23, 2022 CDT

Great Texas Airshow to be at JBSA-Randolph April 23-24; two new restaurants open in north central San Antonio and more top news

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the San Antonio area.


Voters to decide fate of Northside ISD’s $992M bond

Early voting starts April 25 ahead of the May 7 elections, which will include Northside ISD’s $992 million bond proposal.


CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Village within expansive Fields development in Frisco to feature 5-star Ritz-Carlton Hotel; Voodoo Doughnut coming soon to Cypress and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 22.



Annual Strawberry Festival offers the freshest produce, carnival rides, concerts and more 

Annual Strawberry Festival offers the freshest produce, carnival rides, concerts and more


Aquifer education center opens in north Bexar County

The Edwards Aquifer Authority opened a new education center in north Bexar County.


CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Construction to start on Magnolia Village retail center May 2; Stranger Things Store to open in Grapevine Mills and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 21.


Great Texas Airshow to be at JBSA-Randolph April 23-24

The show features performances celebrating the 75th birthday of the United States Air Force.



2 new restaurants open in north central San Antonio

April has marked the arrival of a new Mexican restaurant in the Bulverde Road/Fossil Creek neighborhood and a pizzeria near Hill Country Village.



Universal City holds preliminary discussion for November bond election

During an April 19 council meeting, Universal City City Council discussed the possibility of having a bond focused on street repairs on the November ballot.


Bond meetings, Arbor Day events highlight things to do around San Antonio April 20-24

During the third weekend of April, some San Antonio-area residents have opportunities to learn about proposed bond issues and other civic projects affecting their respective community. There will also be more recreational events, including Arbor Day and Earth Day celebrations.



CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: 5 businesses and restaurants coming to Keller, Fort Worth; Happy Goat Retreat now open in Willis and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 19.


San Antonio starts improvements at Huebner Road/Loop 1604

The San Antonio Public Works Department started work April 18 to add a 300-linear-foot right-turn lane on northbound and southbound Huebner Road at Loop 1604.


Doss Audiology & Hearing Center offers patients a personalized approach to care

Dr. Phallon Doss owns Doss Audiology & Hearing Center in Schertz


Cibolo Family YMCA Miracle Field to have grand opening April 21

The Cibolo Family YMCA Miracle Field will open April 21, providing opportunities for those with disabilities to participate in recreational activities.



Schertz Historical Preservation Committee seeks time capsule donations

The Schertz Historical Preservation Committee is looking for items to put in a time capsule, which is to be opened in 2032.


CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Hoots Wings opening delayed in Round Rock; Grab N Go Tacos now open in New Caney and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 18.


Sales tax holiday for emergency supplies to save Texans estimated $1.5M

The sales tax holiday for emergency supplies is estimated to save Texans $1.5 million.


North East ISD plans to redevelop tech magnet programs

North East ISD looks to reconfigure two existing technology-based magnet programs into one program designed to lure more students interested in space and aerospace engineering careers.



Luxury motorcoach firm adds San Antonio stop

RedCoach, a premier luxury motorcoach company, will offer a new stop in San Antonio beginning April 28.


San Antonio Public Works finishes Bitters Road upgrades

The city of San Antonio recently wrapped up a 2017 bond-funded project near the Hidden Forest neighborhood, having applied $5.13 million in improvements to Bitters Road between Blanco Road and Savannah Drive.


CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: Plano ISD could cut programs due to rising state recapture bill; Frosties to offer daiquiris to go in downtown Hutto and more top news

Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 14.


Egg hunts, special meals highlight Easter weekend in San Antonio area

Easter weekend in the San Antonio area includes community Easter egg hunts and special brunch opportunities.