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Special Concert from SA Symphony
Mar 05, 2021   09:25 PM

THE SAN ANGELO SYMPHONY WILL PRESENT A LIVE IN-PERSON FAMILY POPS CONCERT FEATURING "ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL" ON APRIL 17th AT THE ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY JUNELL CENTER. Hailed as the post-modern kings of Western swing, Asleep at the Wheel has won nine Grammy Awards and they will join with the Symphony for a performance. Tickets are available on the Symphony website and at the Symphony office located in City Hall. In keeping with the CDC and ASU's continued COVID-19 guidelines, seating capacity will be limited and guests attending the performance will be asked to wear masks. For more information visit "san angelo symphony dot org" or call (325) 658- 5877.

Paulann Police Drug Raid
Mar 05, 2021   04:24 AM

This week San Angelo Police executed a Search Warrant for narcotics at a residence located in the 12 hundred block of Gregory Drive. During the search, investigators located and seized a quantity of THC, Xanax, Oxycodone, and about 15 thousand dollars in cash. 36-year-old Whitney Hardin of San Angelo was charged with Manufacture Delivery Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1, Manufacture Delivery Controlled Substance Penalty Group 3/4, and Possession of Controlled Substance Penalty Group 2.

Elderly Housing Needed
Mar 04, 2021   10:33 PM

City officials say the elderly residents of Plaza Del Sol have been displaced due to extensive water damage to the building. The apartment complex is subsidized by the HUD and serves low-income seniors. Plaza Del Sol is seeking landlords with available units to be rented for about six months to the displaced residents. The resident’s rent and HUD funding could cover rent up to 7 hundred 62 dollars per month. Interested Landlords can contact Prak Property Management at 830-372-2600.

City Continues Look for Water Contamination Source
Mar 04, 2021   10:03 PM

In the aftermath of the recent water contamination of the Paulann area of San Angelo, the city has again received additional help to investigate the source. They say the contamination did not come from the city's water sources. They say it was a backflow event, meaning water from a customer's side was pushed into the city's water supply, With new help from several expert inspectors from out of town, they will continue to look for commercial and industrial sources of the contamination in the northern industrial area. Officials are taking weekly water samples and say the water in that area has been valved off and is not connected to the general city water supply. 

Noontime Motocycle Crash Injures Rider
Mar 04, 2021   09:13 PM

A motorcycle rider was injured around noon today along Knickerbocker road.  Police say the motorcycle was in collision with a Jeep vehicle at the entrance to the Sonic Drive-In on Knickerbocker. Reports say the motorcycle rider contacted the Jeep as it was entering their driveway. The rider reportedly was not severely injured.