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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
A very gloomy start to the holiday weekend. The San Antonio area could see more rain throughout Memorial Day weekend.
According to KSAT Weather Authority Meteorologist Mike Osterhage,scattered storms could develop throughout the day Friday.
The National Weather Service predicts a 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly after 7 a.m. and a 40 percent chance of storms Friday night.
Chances for showers and storms continue into Saturday. The NWS predicts a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms with a high near 90.
With summer on the horizon, turn your weekends into cleaning days and donate unused household items to Goodwill during it's Summer Donation Drive.
Starting Monday, June 10 through Sunday, June 23, Goodwill is asking people to donate unwanted household items to their nearest Goodwill Donation Station. Items currently in high demand include home decor, house wares, books, furniture, toys, small appliances and computers.
North East ISD was recognized by the San Antonio Business Group on Health (SABGH) and the Mayor’s Fitness Council on May 21 for its promotion of employee wellness. Joined by Sharon Glosson, executive director of school nutrition and Mario Ward, director of risk management, Steve Tovar, senior director of employee benefits and risk management, accepted the gold-level recognition award from Mayor Julian Castro.
City staff will work closely with the Council Districts to develop a list of eligible speed hump locations for funding. Implementation of this revised speed hump policy will be effective on June 1st, 2013.
The proposed change to the city's speed hump policy will modify the current speed hump process and eligibility criteria to ensure that speed humps are installed at locations that have demonstrated excessive speeding issues (5 MPH over the posted speed limit), and to ensure the process is better streamlined.
In her email newsletter, District 9 Council woman Elisa Chan writes which city services will be available on Monday May 27 for Memorial Day.
The following will be open
· Garbage and recyclables will be collected.
· Downtown visitors will enjoy an on-street pay station and parking meter holiday.
· Bitters Brush Recycling Center, 1800 Bitters Rd., and Nelson Gardens Brush Recycling Center, 8963 Nelson Rd., will be open. ·Dead animal collection crews will be on duty.
· Animal care officers will be on duty.
Stone Oak Youth Theatre and Dance Co will partner up with Steven Stoli and the Stoli Entertainment Group to produce "The Three Bears Go To The Beach" on stage for select dates in June and July, according to the San Antonio Express News.
Stoli is locally known for his commitment to family-friendly theatre and as his own program, Steven Stoli Playhouse and BackYard Theatre.
If you are someone who loves gardening or someone who loves to collect plants, then this weekend you don't want to miss the 16th Annual Festival of Flowers.
This exhibit, co-hosted by the SA Water System, will take place Saturday, May 25 at the Alzafar Shrine from 9 am. to 5 pm. Plant lovers can expect tons of fun with over 58 exhibitors present and a Horticulture Show hosted by the Bexar County Master Gardeners.
The show is open to home gardeners of all ages. Ribbons will be awarded for First, Second, and Third place winners and Honorable Mention in each division.