The Three Kings Highway Homes on the Fall Home Tour
Articles in Category: Living
At the corner of Kings Highway and McCullough stands the remnant of a grand archway.
The message of Independence Day: never take for granted our liberties and our freedoms.
Monte Vista joined people living in four or five other neighborhoods close to downtown to form a loose group called the Tier 1 Neighborhood Coalition.
The 2017 Monte Vista Historical Association Fiesta medal depicts the home of Teresita and Miguel Ayala on East Magnolia.
Keystone School, located in the heart of Monte Vista, has been a haven for an exceptionally diverse groups of bright and motivated students since 1948.
Thank you for the wonderful response to our Survey Monkey regarding the possible Art and Antique Auction in the Fall of 2016!
I moved to Monte Vista in late 2002, but admittedly was not involved in neighborhood activities.
This year’s Home Tour concentrates on three of the premier homes in Monte Vista.
The irrepressible and irreplaceable Photographer David Smith in action.
Not exactly Stonehenge, but Monte Vista does have some historic stones that are enveloped in mystery.
The Monte Vista Historical Association has a few openings for new board members.
The historic gateway at Howard and West Gramercy suffered significant damage last November when it was struck by a City of San Antonio truck.