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A mermaid mural painted on the back side of the Root Cellar Bakery building on the square in downtown San Marcos.

City council takes steps towards designating San Marcos as mermaid capital...

San Marcos City Council spoke about a resolution seeking state legislative action to designate San Marcos as the mermaid capital of Texas...
Construction worker holding up "slow" sign

As San Marcos grows, so will construction

Construction strewn across San Marcos is expected to keep popping up, mostly as a way to match the city's growth.

Uncertain future for Cape’s Dam

City Council's decision to designate Cape's Dam as a historic landmark or remove it altogether is still in limbo, months after the...
The public holds signs against the SMART Terminal.

City council approves final motion in SMART Terminal development

San Marcos City Council approved an economic development incentive agreement with Texas Transportation Alliance that provides standards and guidelines developers of the SMART Terminal...
city hall san marcos, texas red bike

City council approves final motion in SMART Terminal development

San Marcos City Council approved an economic development incentive agreement during the March 19 City Council meeting that the SMART Terminal will follow. The motion was...
Poster opposing Permian Highway Pipeline

San Marcos City Council opposes Permian Highway Pipeline

City council passed a resolution March 5 to oppose the development of the Permian Highway Pipeline, which would extend from West Texas to the...
people at open hall in Fredericksburg.

Kinder Morgan friend or foe?

A 430-mile pipeline development running from West Texas to the Gulf Coast is haunting Hill Country landowners can't stop construction on their property because...
The demolition of Burleson and Hornsby.

University to destroy Burleson and Hornsby, build new dorm

Texas State plans to construct a new dormitory called Hilltop Housing Complex to replace Burleson and Hornsby Halls, which are being demolished. The project...
Aerial view of S.M.A.R.T Terminal

City Council takes steps toward S.M.A.R.T Terminal development amid citizen concerns

San Marcos City Council delayed a decision to vote Feb. 21 on an economic incentive agreement for the potential development of a heavy industrial park. The...
Hays County Historic Court House.

Hays County Commissioners Court opposes pipeline

During a Feb. 26 meeting Hays County Commissioners Court unanimously voted to oppose the Permian Highway Pipeline. The natural gas pipeline will run 430 miles...