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Past articles by Matthew:

Sturdiest building in San Angelo, a downtown gem, is on the market with ample room to grow

"Though it's hard to see this piece of our history change, it's time for another entity to use this building to its full potential." → Read More

San Angelo expert on mental health offers advice for coping during coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic is presenting new challenges for people, including maintaining mental health. → Read More

From the archives: Germ awareness has saved countless lives

The advice handed out by the US Surgeon General 102-years ago still perfectly good for keeping families well. → Read More

As pandemic shutdown deepens, many faced with joblessness

Here's a look at who qualifies for unemployment benefits and how to apply. → Read More

Several area contests decided in primary elections

Contested race results from Concho Valley counties. → Read More

Memorial service for former Angelo State Dean Buddy Horne set for March 3

Paul "Buddy" Horne was a student-athlete who returned as a coach and then administrator at Angelo State University. → Read More

Luby’s in San Angelo was a family business through-and-through

Harry Luby became successful enough to retire at 39, and he helped many of his family members become millionaires. → Read More

Mertzon wastewater project moves forward despite protests

Officials tell assembly their hands are tied. → Read More

Citizens create petition to halt effluent-pond enlargement project in Mertzon

Mertzon City Council sets meeting at Community Center to discuss matter at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 17. → Read More

Texas Election 2020: Your local and state voting guide for this year's primary

Election 2020 candidate statements, sample ballots, voting locations and early voting information — here's all you need to know for Texas elections. → Read More

Tom Green Co. may partner with HEB for vehicle registrations

Tom Green Co. motorists could have another outlet for registering their vehicles if a motion is approved by county commissioners next Tuesday. → Read More

PGAP open-house event in Big Lake cancelled due to weather

Several other open-house events slated for West Texas in coming weeks. → Read More

Railroad deal gone awry led to first park in San Angelo

Just about everyone who grew up in San Angelo has a fond memory or two from Santa Fe Park, but many may be unaware of its interesting history. → Read More

Arden Road blocked off as fire crews battle Irion Co. blaze

Ranch Road 853 was closed about 3:45 p.m. and is blocked off up to County Road 411. → Read More

Elmer Kelton's legacy as a writer, mentor endures in San Angelo

Although he won his widest acclaim as a writer of Western fiction, San Angelo's Elmer Kelton started his writing career in earnest as a reporter. → Read More

Fast food craze made big waves in San Angelo in 1969

As American life picked-up the pace in the late 1960s, fast food was a welcome option for a population in a hurry. → Read More

Officers, crew of the USS Tom Green County forged local ties

With service in two oceans over its 20-year career, the USS Tom Green County had a memorable history at sea. → Read More

First Church of the Nazarene established in San Angelo in 1928

First Church of the Nazarene, 3354 W. Beauregard Ave, was originally organized in downtown San Angelo in April of 1928. → Read More

Skateboarding made big headlines in San Angelo back in 1977

Skaters worked with city officials to make a concrete skate park in San Angelo a reality in the late 1970s. → Read More

Events and happenings from San Angelo-area churches

Info updated weekly as San Angelo-area houses of faith send in new events. Regular services not included. Submit into: News@GoSanAngelo.com. → Read More