City Council approved a development agreement for a large suburban development outside of San Antonio’s West Side.
Bird, Lime, and Razor will continue to serve the San Antonio market. Other scooter companies will have to pick up their scooters before Jan. 12.
The City of San Antonio is smoothing the way for a subdivision that’s not compatible with its goals of reducing sprawl. What’s in it for the City?
The final public meeting this year for a park next to the Hays Street Bridge ended with applause Wednesday night.
Attorneys for the San Antonio firefighters union have laid out a compensation proposal for arbitrators charged with determining terms for a labor contract.
Firefighters union President Chris Steele answered questions about the yearslong tumultuous relationship between the City and the union on Friday.
The firefighters union said it wants to establish a working group to explore the idea of forming a union-controlled health care trust.
The Ethics Review Board took no action on a request to change the rules for the communication blackout period for City Council members and businesses seeking contracts with the City.
City of San Antonio and firefighter union representatives met Monday for the first in a series of arbitration sessions that will lead to a labor contract.
A team from homelessness mitigation consultant firm Homebase started work last week on San Antonio’s strategic plan to house and help its most vulnerable population.