Local Business News

Massage Heights opens new Stone Oak location

Grand Opening

A grand opening celebration Saturday officially marked the opening of Massage Heights’ new location at 523 Med Court.  Located directly across the street from where the massage parlor had been stationed for the past three years, the new business is more visible from

Fair Value Versus Fair Market Value: Dissenting Shareholders and Minority Oppression Valuations

Fair Value Versus Fair Market Value:
Dissenting Shareholders and Minority Oppression Valuations
By Michelle Falkstein-Roth, MBA, AVA

Bella Fitness offers new training program


Bella Fitness, the only gym in the Stone Oak area just for women, is now offering an innovative new program that, ironically, promotes less time at the gym.  Called EmPOWERment 10 Training, the program replaces daily aerobic exercises with as little as one 30-minute muscle-strengthening session per week. 

A-AAAKey offers storage solutions

A-AAAKey Mini Storage

Even when the economy is struggling, one thing is for certain: people will always have too much stuff and not enough room to store it.  The kids’ school work, toys or baby clothes, antiques, books, Beanie Babies, old tax returns, files or photos can only be shoved in so many places.  Eventually the closets, attic, two-car garage or office hits capacity and finding even more space becomes a necessity.

All About Shoes offers high-end look for less

All About Shoes

All About Shoes is the Clark Kent of San Antonio.  Located in the Legacy retail center near Loop 1604 and Hwy 281, the shop has the feel of a high-end boutique and a showroom filled with expensive-looking pumps.  Yet, those who peek beyond the “disguise” will be shocked to find all the merchandise is incredibly aff

1st Networking at Stone Oak event a success

Stone Oak Networking Breakfast


Rio Mambo supports area churches

Rio Mambo Tex Mex y Mas, a restaurant near Loop 1604 and Stone Oak Parkway has established a program in support of area churches.  Every Sunday, Rio Mambo donates 10 percent of sales to customers’ places of worship.  Restaurant patrons can participate in the program simply by bringing in their church bullet

Montelongo steps in early as TAB president

Rick Montelongo

Rick Montelongo of the San Antonio-based Montelongo Homes and Remodeling, has been asked to begin his term early as president of the Texas Association of Builders. Currently TAB’s vice president, Montelongo was already slated to be president for 2009, but will step into the role early due to the June 6 resignation of current TAB President Andy Hutchison.

Pest Shield replaces pests with pride

Pest control is not something we typically think about.  That is until we find ourselves in a Wild West showdown with an abnormally large cockroach suffering from anger management issues.  Only then, as we quiver on top of a table debating whether the situation warrants a call to 9-1-1, do we wish we had an exterminator.