Motorists traveling major Northside freeways and roads this weekend, and into the coming week, should be ready for some closures and detours.
Local military service members filed suit Friday against 3M, claiming the Minnesota company manufactured faulty earplugs that damaged their hearing.
A pedestrian bridge over César Chávez Boulevard will connect the new H-E-B parking garage to the grocery chain’s corporate campus.
The Zoning Commission on Tuesday endorsed slight zoning changes for two neighboring Alta Vista properties that would fully accommodate formal historic designations of both structures.
Among a flurry of road closures in the San Antonio area, the one at Loop 1604 and Pat Booker Road will likely cause the biggest traffic snare.
The Northside school board voted unanimously to endorse the concept of extending half-days to full days for 4-year-olds eligible for pre-K classes.
City Council unanimously passed an ordinance setting the total number of permitted scooters at 75, regardless of how many carriers operate in the city.
World Affairs Council members and city leaders praised Hardberger as someone who’s long promoted civic pride and a positive global perspective.
District officials on Wednesday presented cost estimates on reopening three schools, but some board members decried a lack of detail and planning.
City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Thursday promoting Erik Walsh from deputy city manager to the top job being vacated by Sheryl Sculley.