Trinity men’s soccer coach Paul McGinlay recorded his 500th career win, becoming the fastest men’s soccer coach to that mark in NCAA history, a feat that seemed unfathomable on April Fool’s Day as he suffered a massive heart attack.
For artist Crystal Tamez, the Peace and Remembrance mural signifies a point in her life when she made the choice to follow her own path.
Every Wednesday morning, Edgewood District Veterans members meet for breakfast. Together, they reminisce and create a community of support.
The Loveday family hopes their son’s death will prompt City and County officials to improve safety conditions in the area.
Owners of The Lighthouse Lounge at Woodlawn Lake strived to make it “a bar that our dads would like.”
For members of the Portugal family, the lifestyle seems to be like mixing a performance career with an extended family road trip.
Neptune Society got its start in Florida in 1979 specializing in cremation and sea-scattering of ashes.
A 65-year-old North East ISD school has been converted into a pre-K academy for 400 4-year-olds in hopes of reversing the district’s declining enrollment.
Christine Arredondo, who owns a gourmet olive oil shop in San Antonio, estimates she uses four or five different olive oils with her meals on any given day.
Edwyn J. Gorrell Memorial Park pays tribute to a San Antonio patrol officer who was shot Feb. 22, 1988, while attempting to make an arrest downtown.