GOOD Goods, which sells vintage and new home decor, re-opened at its new location at 1055 Austin Highway in late September.
Lights, music, and color filled Hemisfair and spilled onto the River Walk during the 12th annual Luminaria Festival on Saturday night.
San Antonio City Council approved a zoning change Thursday that will allow the Housing First Community Coalition to establish a campus that will provide housing and services for older homeless people.
Like most complex issues cities in the U.S. face, it will take a multi-pronged approach to mitigate poverty, panelists said.
The Alamo Master Plan calls for relocation of entertainment attractions in Alamo Plaza – but plans for the entertainment district have yet to materialize.
City Council is set to vote next week on a nearly $5 million contract for the San Antonio Police Department’s new records management software.
Spire Risk Management, a new insurance consulting firm, has made its first acquisition.
The City of San Antonio’s Zoning Commission voted 8-3 Tuesday evening to reject a company’s request that would allow it to operate a migrant youth shelter.
A move to include bike lanes in the design for lower Broadway failed Monday, but a separate zoning vote could still bring the issue before City Council next year.
A nearly nine-mile stretch of Zarzamora Street in San Antonio’s West Side will receive $7 million worth of street redesigns to enhance transit infrastructure and safety.