Last week's announcement that San Antonio air traffic surpassed 10 million passengers in 2018 represents one of the many accomplishments realized in City Manager Sheryl Sculley's 13 years of service.
East Central is the only Bexar County school district moving toward a policy of arming teachers and other adult school workers.
Union leader Chris Steele seems to be stalling until his Council champion decides on a mayoral run. In the meantime, some believe he's trying to gain control of the District 2 seat.
Lila Cockrell's Love Deeper Than a River is the story of a true pioneer woman whose frontier was male-dominated urban politics and society.
The reality that San Antonio still faces is that public safety benefits and pension costs have become a worsening drag on City finances.
ConnectSA's road map to planned expansion of transportation modes is remarkably detailed and well-structured given its eight-month timeframe.
Unpredicted political developments are moving through the city, one after the other, like so many seasonal fronts.
Nelson Wolff's new book covers six major projects either recently completed or approaching completion in San Antonio.
City and County officials should set a goal of increasing Haven's public funding to 60 percent and reducing dependence on private funding to 40 percent.
Even a competent replacement will have to contend with the populist strain of politics infecting civic life at all levels in this country.