The Hays Street Bridge trial continued on Wednesday with opening statements from lawyers representing the City of San Antonio and the Hays Street Bridge Restoration Group about the City’s sale of a 1.7-acre property near the historic Eastside bridge to Alamo Beer Co. to build a brewery.
The long-awaited day in court has arrived for parties for and against the Alamo Beer Co.’s construction of a brewery in the shadow of the historic Hays Street Bridge.
An update to the Arsenal and South Flores Streets phase of construction in the downtown H-E-B project, including a wider driveway into the Commander’s House property, was approved during a Thursday, June 18 Historical Design and Review Commission meeting.
After a 2011 ordinance banned indoor smoking in public places around San Antonio, some smokers were left trying to find options to leave tobacco behind. In the ensuing three years, electronic cigarettes and vaporizers have seen exponential growth around the country, with several retail outlets popping up in and around San Antonio.
When Estrella Hernandez sat in her sixth-grade health class to watch Morgan Spurlock’s 2004 documentary “Supersize Me,” she had no idea the inspiration from that film would take her from a middle school classroom to national spotlight in a span of two years.