San Antonio City Council approved $50,000 for construction of two cricket fields at OP Schnabel Park. The fields are expected to be ready for play in April.
As the football season gets underway, the UTSA athletic department is anticipating the start of construction later this fall on a key new facility.
Two San Antonio judo athletes, Mariah Holguin and Nina Cutro-Kelly, are competing this week in the World Judo Championships in Tokyo.
Byrne South Texas President Tony Battle said the company is ahead of schedule and under budget with the project it started early this year.
Although the club’s attendance is similar to last year in Double-A baseball, the Missions are 12th in attendance among the 16 Pacific Coast League teams.
Melissa Cabello Havrda has declared victory over opponent Andy Greene in Saturday’s District 6 runoff election with 56 percent of the vote.
Attorney Melissa Cabello Havrda, 44, and certified public accountant Andy Greene, 58, are vying for the seat vacated by mayoral candidate Greg Brockhouse.
Membership has been shrinking in the Elks and other fraternal and service clubs around the nation, but two San Antonio Elks members are fighting the trend.
Oscar Stewart, who spent much of his youth in San Antonio, chased the shooter and saved lives at a suburban San Diego synagogue in April.
Matt Brown, former director of the Office of Economic Development in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the new Centro San Antonio chief executive officer.