A malfunctioning train horn made Sunday night a little louder than normal in San Marcos, especially for residents of the Dunbar and Victory Gardens neighborhoods.
The public will have a chance to speak out on the San Marcos Transportation Master Plan at tonight’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting.
The San Marcos City Council will consider adding its voice to the chorus of groups and individuals opposed to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s family separation policies.
The San Marcos City Council last week approved contracts for work in several parks around the city, including the reconstruction of a pedestrian bridge in Ramon Lucio Park.
The San Marcos CISD board of trustees got a look at the district’s Spring 2018 standardized test results last week. Monica Ruiz-Mills, assistant superintendent for teaching, learning and assessment, made