City Council agreed to delay votes on zoning changes in the Lavaca and Government Hill neighborhoods near downtown San Antonio.
San Antonio City Council will vote later this month on pay ranges and experience requirements for contracted staff who work for Council members.
A new City Council committee will soon consider creating a formal group that would serve as a voice for San Antonians who rent their homes.
A QuikTrip gas station proposed in Government Hill faces significant neighborhood opposition.
At San Antonio Pets Alive’s medical clinic, a puppy with a deadly diagnosis got a new lease on life and a new owner.
The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.
If approved, the new TAB would have a more broad directive to consider transportation and mobility issues across the city and other industries.
While many eyes will be on the national presidential race, there are at least seven other races that also are expected to grab attention.
Dozens of activists gathered near the Alamo Cenotaph on Friday to plan their “defense” of the sculpture that is slated to be repaired and moved as part of the overhaul of Alamo Plaza.
Gopinath “Gopi” Akalkotkar, San Antonio’s new city architect, was hired by the City’s Transportation and Capital Improvements Department in August 2019.