Dr. Julie Abbott was shot and killed this afternoon by the husband of one of her patients in the parking lot behind her medical office at 255 E. Sonterra Blvd. The gunman, whose identity is not yet known, shot Abbott multiple times around 1:15 this afternoon. The physician was airlifted to University Hospital and died of her injuries around 2:30 p.m..
Learn About Colon Cancer at North Central Baptist Hospital
You are invited to attend a private lecture series with North Central Baptist's leading colo-rectal surgeons and digestive system specialists. These specialists will discuss warning signs and risk factors of this deadly disease. Please join us to learn how to minimize your risk of developing this type of cancer.
Stone Oak is not just a master-planned development. We are a community. We watch out for our neighbors, care about our schools, take pride in our neighborhoods and support our local businesses. This is what makes Stone Oak so appealing and such a wonder
Stone Oak Athletics will be hosting "Summer Day Camps" starting June 10 - August 18. The camp will take place at Summit Christian Center located at 2575 Marshall Road from 7:30 am-6:30 pm and will cost $140/week
The camp will include basic activities including arts and crafts, educationally enriching and exciting activites, life skills acitivites, summer camp t-shirt, breakfast snack, lunch snack. They will have weekly field trips and additional optional activities for $5.00/each.
Calling all men, spend a wonderful night with Pastor Matt and in fellowship with others at "Guys Night Out-Let's BBQ" on Monday May 20 at 6:30 p.m.
These delicious dinners happen every third Monday of each month and only cost $5. At Guys Night Out, men are treated to a juicy steak dinner served with a buttered potato entree.
At every event, Pastor Matt invites special guests to attend and share their wisdom with the men. Cornerstone Church invites all men to bring a friend or relative.
Fifty-six students at Bush Middle School received the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (PVSA) on May 10 at a ceremony and reception sponsored by the Bush PTA. For their service, students were presented with a certificate, a letter from President Obama, and a presidential seal pin.
PVSA recognizes Americans who spend their time helping others in their community and country. PVSA awards three levels of service for ages 14 and under – the bronze award for 50-74 hours, the silver award for 75-99 hours, and the gold award for 100 hours or more.
Looking for something to do this summer with the kids that is close to home and inexpensive? Back by popular demand, Village at Stone Oak is bringing back its "Movie Under the Stars" event.
Every Tuesday night, starting in June, families can head over to the parking lot of Village at Stone Oak to enjoy FREE Family Friendly movies.
The first movie shown will be "Where the Wild Things are".
A complete list of movies will be provided soon.
Come Out and enjoy all the fun this summer.
May is halfway through and High School graduations will be coming up. Be creative this year and make your love ones who are a graduating a cute "do it yourself" graduation gift. Thanks to Pinterest, here are 3 DIY graduation crafts you can do during some free time.
1. Shower Caddy Goodies
The North East Independent School District (NEISD) has been selected to receive the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2013 National Environmental Leadership Award in Asthma Management for its exemplary efforts to deliver high- quality environmental asthma management as a part of comprehensive asthma care services.
Do you have a passion for poetry? Are you looking for some insight on how you can connect poetry in today's society?
The Parman Branch Library at Stone Oak is kicking off a series of iterary collaborations with UTSA.To start it off, UTSA poet-in-resident Wendy Barker will speak about her longtime passion for poetry.