It’s official. REO Speedwagon and Pat Benatar will headline San Antonio’s Tricentennial New Year’s Eve event at Hemisfair in 25 days.
A small surface parking lot on the edge of Southtown could soon be the location of a 12-story luxury apartment tower.
Several attempts have been made to increase business and fully activate the historic St. Paul Square over the last decade. With this week’s purchase of Sunset Station and 11 buildings from Zachry Corp., REATA Real Estate hopes to achieve what many have tried before.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg has requested that the City of San Antonio take a serious look at how it works with outside agencies and nonprofits.
More than two dozen architects and design firms were recognized Wednesday night for excellence in the field during the 2017 AIA San Antonio Design Awards.
Pat DiGiovanni, the president and CEO of Centro San Antonio, resigned Tuesday after it was disclosed that a staffer allegedly embezzled $175,000 over a two-year period from the nonprofit’s accounts without being detected by management.
Two very different groups of San Antonians gathered this week to question top law enforcement officials about policies and procedures.
The Tricentennial Commission is now less than $2.9 million away from its fundraising goal, thanks to reduced costs associated with the New Year’s Eve party.
The sunset clause would require the United States, Mexico, and Canada to renew NAFTA 2.0 in five years or accept its termination.
Less than five months after Fatema Basrai was hired as the executive director of Leadership SAISD, a reporter for Forbes contacted her in October to inform her she had been nominated for the business magazine’s esteemed 30 under 30 in education list.