Local News

Let Us Not Forget...

September 11, 2001.  Five years later and we still shake our heads in disbelief.  Pearl Harbor, the Kennedy Assassination, Challenger space shuttle, 9/11, we all remember what we were doing and where we were at the precise moment we learned of these national tragedies. Our lives, as we knew it, has been forever changed.  We have taken  so much for granted. Simple things like greeting friends and family at the gate in the airport, walking through airport security with your shoes on, or taking your diet coke on the plane.   Yes, September 11, 2001 was a wake up call for our country. A shocking reality – there really are people who want to destroy this land that we love. And while we pause on this anniversary to remember the horror of that day, and how it has impacted our lives, there are those that are reminded every moment of every day. A wife wakes up, reaches for her husband and feels the cold sheets next to her.  A child yearns and cries for her mother that can not be there to comfort her, and a mother and father mourn for their child. Not just today, every day. 
On this fifth anniversary of the day the nation mourned together; let us not forget:
      • Those who died
      • Those who love those that died
      • The Firemen, Policemen, and Rescue Workers
      • Freedom and the Soldiers fighting to protect it
      • The brevity of life
      • To tell those you love, you love them
      • To live each day as if it were your last
God bless our great country.

Support the Children of Respite Care of San Antonio

Respite Care of San Antonio, Inc. was founded in 1987 to provide “time off” for families caring for a child or loved one with developmental disabilities.  Our mission – to enhance the stability and the nurturing opportunities of these families – is met through community based and emergency shelter services designed to give short-term relief to participating parents, often contributing to the prevention child abuse and of costly institutionalization. 

Respite Care of San Antonio Offers New Service

News from Senator Cornyn's Office

Senator John Cornyn's website


Small Business EXPO!

San Antonio's First Annual Small Business Expo

improve your strategy...

September 30, 2006  10am-5pm

Crossroads Convention Center, Crossroads Mall

The 2006 Small Business Expo is the best way to develop direct contact with potential customers and renew relationships with old customers. 

Stage 1 Critical Period Water Restrictions

According to the Bexar Metropolitan Water District, the City of San Antonio is in a Stage 1 Critical  Water Restriction Period.  Stage 1 is when the Edwards Aquifer Level falls below 650 feet.  We are currently at 649.8 feet.  All  landscape  watering activities are restricted to one day per week after 8pm.  Click on the link below for more details on the water restrictions.




High School Football Scoreboard

The following are the select games from around the area for the tenth week of High School Football.  If you would like to see a specific contest posted here, please let us know.  The highlighted school is this week's game winner.