Joe Izbrand and Kurt May won seats on Castle Hills City Council, which has been marred by scandal, in-fighting and legal challenges in the past year.
The Texas Department of Transportation is inviting community members to provide feedback on Texas Transportation Plan 2050.
The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is soliciting feedback on its short-range transportation plan for Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall counties.
The Texas Department of Transportation proposes to expand Loop 1604 to a 10-lane roadway between Bandera Road and Interstate 35.
The Texas Department of Transportation aims to build elevated lanes between from Loop 410 South – near AT&T Center Parkway – to Farm Road 3009 in Schertz.
A second town hall will focus on public readiness, de-escalation and prevention strategies, followed by a third on reducing the risks of gun violence.
Sister Christine Stephens, a COPS/Metro Alliance leader, died July 18 following complications from a stroke. She was 78.
The new apartment community is set to forge a path for other residential, retail and recreational spaces that are expected to arise at Hemisfair.
A Texas court granted the City’s motion to dismiss its own appeal in litigation over the controversial property neighboring the Hays Street Bridge.
Officials say Acero will be attractive to a variety of prospective tenants wanting to live in an upscale yet affordable community in the city’s urban core.