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Cavender pours millions into solar energy

Cavender Auto Group has signed off on a multimillion dollar deal to install carports at seven locations around San Antonio. Cavender announced in late June that it has hired fellow San Antonio company Big Sun Solar, formerly known as Go Smart Solar, to install carports topped with solar panels at six of its dealerships around town as well as a 50,000-square-foot collision center, which will open near the San Antonio Airport later this year.
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IARA Summer Roundtable Ready to Catch Up on Industry Trends, Look Ahead

When the International Automotive Remarketers Alliance (IARA) gathers in San Antonio, Texas, next month, the remarketing industry members will navigate a full agenda --- during and around all the official sessions and meetings. Because of the pandemic, the IARA has gone two years without a live in-person meeting, which makes...
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Police: Two vehicles crash in road-rage incident on Loop 1604

SAN ANTONIO -- Two drivers are being questioned after they collided in a road-rage incident on the city's Far West Side. San Antonio police were responding to a shooting in progress at the 1600 block of Loop 1604. On the way to the shooting in progress, they received a call for a major accident nearby.
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Tech leaders look to make Houston Street carless

A small group of techies is coalescing around an idea to remake part of downtown San Antonio. They want to ban vehicles from a portion of Houston Street. They say the change could make the historic boulevard — once known as “San Antonio’s Main Street” — a quiet, safe haven for pedestrians, as well as attract new businesses and visitors.
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O'Reilly Auto Parts hosting another in-person job fair for warehouse positions

SELMA, Texas - O'Reilly Auto Parts is hosting another job fair soon to fill positions for their Selma distribution center. O'Reilly Auto Parts will host the in-person hiring event on July 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 17269 Lookout Road. They are looking for new warehouse workers to add to their team. Be prepared to interview on-site as job offers will be made on the spot.