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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...
Police Lights, siren

Four Square businesses hit in burglary

Four San Marcos businesses were broken into early Monday morning, with investigators saying they could all be related. The Vault, Green Parrot, Zelick's and...

Black students lead student body towards inclusiveness

From the first black Student Government president to the first black editor-in-chief of The Star, African-American students of color are creating a presence never...
Cars parked in areas with timed parking will soon be subject to the new ticketing system.

Parking meters may put the breaks on student parking

Paid parking meters could be right around the corner for downtown San Marcos if City Council approves a proposal to curb non-customer parking. The decision...
Chief of staff Matthew Gonzales and other cabinet members listen to the debate and discussion period over articles of removal.

Faculty of color legislation introduced, chief of staff keeps position

For the third meeting of the semester, public calls for Student Government to end internal conflicts and focus on updating its website and creating...

VeoRide helps San Marcos environment

San Marcos' partnership with bike-share company VeoRide has reduced gas emissions by up to two million grams across the 6,000 miles tracked on the...
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SMCISD teacher arrested for alleged inappropriate relationship with student

San Marcos High School teacher Ian Michael Madden (09/09/1991) turned himself in to Travis County authorities Feb. 22 for having an alleged inappropriate relationship...
Police Lights, siren

Two injured in hit-and-run, SMPD asks for help identifying vehicle

The San Marcos Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a vehicle responsible for a Feb. 9 hit and run that...