Speakers at the fall TEDx San Antonio event on Saturday explored ways toward more effective leadership and how people can use creativity and innovation to improve their lives and community.
Council believes VIA is underfunded, but some fear the possibility of local revenue caps and budget cuts in City services.
City staff has drafted an ordinance, outlining how the City would fund VIA with $2.2 million in 2018 and $6.5 million in 2019.
Taylor Rhodes made his first public appearance since the official announcement of Rackspace going private at Trinity University Thursday.
The branding movement is designed to help define a “brand essence” to reflect who San Antonians are as a community, and what they aspire to be collectively.
More than 600 people gathered for the second annual Sustainability Summit to learn how individuals and businesses can turn ambitious ideas into action.
A proposed land bridge aimed at connecting Hardberger Park was a major topic of discussion during the 2017 Streets Bond Committee meeting on Tuesday.
The committee also heard from residents about a few projects that City staff has not formally recommended for the May 2017 bond.
Alamo City Comic Con, now in its fourth year, is returning to the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center Halloween weekend. The event is looking to break last year’s attendance of 78,000 and expand its educational outreach.
Improving Broadway, Hemisfair streets and roads in the western side of downtown all received support from several residents at the first meeting of a committee charged with studying street, bridge and sidewalk projects ahead of the City’s 2017 bond election.