As of Wednesday, 283 pollinator gardens have been registered or pledged as part of the 300 for 300 initiative.
Members of San Antonio car, truck, and motorcycle clubs gathered the donated goods at a car show they held Sunday at Comanche Park called “Santa’s Cruisers.” For 14 years, the clubs have been organizing annual charity drives for groups that help families in need.
The outcome of the water struggles in the 1990s was a system of regulations meant to preserve and protect the Edwards Aquifer.
As shoppers drifted between art galleries and cafes in downtown La Villita on Saturday, men dressed in in hats and coats from the 19thcentury hid behind walls and pillars, staring down their rifles at others dressed as soldiers in the Mexican army.
CPS Energy has adjusted its solar energy rebate program, a change that some solar installers say will hurt their business.
The second volume of the Fourth National Climate Assessment cites extreme weather as threatening a number of South Texas regions.
With all the development around it, Stone Oak Park is still refuge for plants and animals.
Two top officials at the City of San Antonio are headed to new jobs at the San Antonio Water System, according to City and SAWS officials.
While Commissioners Creek is the latest arena for a fight over wastewater discharge, similar conflicts are playing out all across the Hill Country, from Bulverde to Blanco.
The pool was a late addition to upgrades at the park at 3700 W. Commerce St. In 2017, the San Antonio River Authority announced the completion of a $14.5 million restoration of the park that started in 2013.