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Delivery service launch puts companies in competition

College Delivery, a food delivery service that has been present in the city for over a decade, finally has some competition—Favor. Favor launched in San...

San Marcos to receive award for enhancement of pedestrian realm

San Martians are not the only ones to notice an enhancement of the pedestrian realm in the downtown area. The American Planning Association (APA) is...

Blue Bell restocking in ‘phases’

  Blue Bell Creameries has restocked their claim to fame in places like San Antonio and Kyle, but the shelves in San Marcos remain empty. Chin-Hong...

College Democrats endorse city council candidates

Texas State’s College Democrats voted unanimously to endorse Melissa Derrick, Place 6 city council candidate and Scott Gregson, Place 5 city council candidate, as...

Students form human chain to commemorate symbolic move into Alkek

Students packed the quad to help Alkek kick off its 25-year anniversary with the “Book-it Brigade” event where students, faculty, alumni and staff formed...

Students show up for Alkek 25th anniversary event

The quad was packed Tuesday morning for the celebratory kick-off of Alkek's 25 year anniversary of establishment. Book-it-Brigade involved the formation of a “human chain”...

Alkek turns 25

Students can look forward to a series of events hosted by the university this semester in celebration of Albert B. Alkek Library’s 25th anniversary,...
The Marc Club

The Marc celebrates second anniversary, hopes to book bigger shows

The Marc celebrated its 2nd year anniversary on The Square with a weekend of musical performances. Two years ago, AfterDark Entertainment purchased the Texas Music...

Target pulls gender labels from stores, San Marcos residents react

Target announced Aug. 7 that the company will eliminate gender labels in several departments of its stores nationwide. Molly Snyder, Target’s senior group manager of...

School zone safety program to expand

Hays County has decided to expand the School Zone Speed Safety Camera Program that will work toward limiting speeding for the upcoming school year. The...