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Today in Texas History - April 18

From the Annals of the Tejanos – In 1842, Juan Seguín resigned as Mayor of San Antonio due to threats on his life.   He was falsely accused of aiding the Mexican army and discrimination against Texans of Mexican origin – even those who served in the revolution –  became too oppressive.  156 more words

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Police: Texas Man Killed In Garbage Truck Trash Compactor

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SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A 26-year-old man has been killed after getting caught in a trash compactor in Bexar County. 64 more words


The New and Improved Doorbell

You’re probably familiar with devices like Nest, which use smart technology to automate your thermostat and save you money. Think of Ring as the Nest of doorbells. 182 more words

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Two Dead In Texas US Air Force Base Shooting

At least two people have been killed, following a shooting, believed to have been a murder-suicide, at a US Air Force base, in the state of Texas. 120 more words


When looking for a rental, should I hire a REALTOR or an Apartment Locator?

Published on Mar 31, 2016

Frequently Asked Question:

“When looking for a rental, should I use a REALTOR® or an Apartment Locator? What’s the difference?” 157 more words

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And the Busier Week...

The week sure got away from me.  Par for the course, I’m afraid.  Rather than try to do a couple of posts about last week, I’m going to try to condense this into one. 574 more words


BBB Alert: San Antonio consumers allegedly out thousands of dollars after business fails to finish promised work

BBB has received information from consumers throughout the San Antonio area about a business that promised to build sunrooms, but has failed to complete construction. 627 more words