An elderly woman has backed her silver Ford Crown Victoria into a light pole in front of the Cactus Hotel.
Cause of the crash was explained by SAPD saying that she was pressing on the accelerator thinking it was the brake and when the car wouldn’t stop she continued to press the accelerator, crashing into the light pole.
Although there have been a lot of improvements in the last few years to help working women, a local group has found that there is still a long way to go.
Most City offices will be closed Friday, April 18, in observance of Good Friday.
Neither garbage collection nor landfill operations will be interrupted on Good Friday.
Shannon Medical Center received the Get With the Guidelines®- Heart Failure Silver Plus Achievement Award from the American Heart and American Stroke Association.
For the fifth year in a row, the San Angelo Independent School District has received the State Comptroller’s highest award for financial transparency. Russell Gallahan from the Texas Comptroller’s Office states, “As the regional representative for your region, I am pleased to inform you that San Angelo ISD has earned a PLATINUM Leadership Circle Award by scoring twenty-one of twenty-two possible points on our rat
The landscape at San Angelo’s famous Civic League Park has officially changed.
A city crew with a crane, bucket truck, chipper and dump trucks came to remove the live oak tree that has been blocking sunlight and depositing unwanted droppings into the International Water Lily Collection ponds on Wednesday.
The City Council approved a resolution that limits outside watering to once every 14 days, reverting to the restrictions in place during the fall and winter months. The tighter restrictions take effect immediately.
Tuesday saw a range of assault charges in Tom Green County, when of 27 arrested individuals one was charged with assault, one with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one sexual assault of a child.
Possession charges once again took the lead with six arrests, followed by public intoxication at four and theft at three.
Twenty-four inmates were released on Tuesday.
“We’ve got to do something,” Mayor Dwain Morrison said at Tuesday’s City Council meeting, beginning his address on the contentious fire access road issue that has put many local housing developers and contractors on hold. “We’ve got to do something about it; we’ve got to allow these developers to develop, and we have to build houses so that we can take care of our problem.”
The Tom Green County Commissioner’s Court convened for their regular meeting at the Keyes Building on Tuesday in San Angelo.