SAN ANGELO, TX — Situated on the Bentwood Golf Course on a cul de sac lot, this 4 bedroom / 3.5 bathroom home offers extensive landscaping, an amazing kitchen, plus your own putting green; every detail imaginable (and some you haven't even thought of) has been addressed in this pristine home. It is being shown today by the Keys to San Angelo Team - Lafreta White and Janice Petty from 2-4 p.m. at 5170 Ironwood Court. See this home and 55 more, plus 11 open houses are previewed in this week's edition of West Texas Real Estate LIVE! here.
Shannon Medical Center has completed the process to acquire the assets of San Angelo Community Medical Center. Saturday, October 24 will be the first day of operation as an integrated entity. San Angelo Community Medical Center and Community Medical Associates will become the new Shannon South Campus. They will now operate as Shannon South and Shannon Clinic South.
SAN ANGELO, TX — A San Angelo attorney won a lawsuit resulting in the largest judgement against the plaintiff in the history of Tom Green County, over $16 million. The judgement comes in the wake of a vehicle crash where the motivations of the man who caused the crash were said to be racist.
The trial of former San Angelo police chief Tim Vasquez will not happen until 2021, according to court documents. The trial, originally set for this month was reset for February 16, 2021 at the federal United States Courthouse in Lubbock. The date is over 13 months since his arrest in January of this year. Vasquez has been out on bail since.
I am not allowed to relate to how a black person feels about the name of Robert E. Lee, but I get it. I have had discussions with people people of color and I know there’s no reconciliation of the Robert E. Lee name for them. None at all.
The controversy over the name of Robert E. Lee Middle School in the San Angelo ISD is up for a vote tonight. According to Superintendent Carl Dethloff, the Board of Trustees can vote to keep the name, change the name or put the decision off for later. Here are arguments for keeping the name Robert E. Lee: