After hearing about thieves who stole about 200 toys from a battered women and children’s shelter, San Antonians have donated hundreds more this week.
HDRC voted unanimously to send design plans regarding two Google Fiber “network huts” back to the drawing board Wednesday.
Plans for the hotel with a river-level restaurant and street-level retail space received conceptual approval from the Commission in July.
The former AT&T headquarters at 530 McCullough Ave. will be home to CPS Energy’s new headquarters, slated for completion in the fall of 2019.
The SAWS Board unanimously approved its $13 million budget for 2017 that includes a lower-than-expected 6.8% rate increase for SAWS customers.
More than 60 people gathered Tuesday to outline possible designs and amenities for the new store site at Zarzamora and Buena Vista streets.
The citizen bond committee divvied up $450 million directed at streets, bridges, and sidewalks and voted in favor of funding “transformational” projects.
CPS Energy is looking for a construction manager to carry out plans for its new headquarters downtown on the San Antonio River.
Local tech entrepreneur Brad Parscale is redirecting some traffic to Mayor Ivy Taylor’s re-election website, VoteIvy.com, according to online records.
Geekdom released an economic impact report outlining its effect on San Antonio’s technology ecosystem. The numbers are impressive.