The keynote speaker of this year’s MLK march will talk about effecting societal change, in line with this year’s theme: “Dream. Believe. Unite. Do.”
DreamWeek is still going strong, cocktail lovers raise their glasses, gamers gather, and Monster Jam is back at the Alamodome this weekend.
Between 2013 and 2018, VIA Metropolitan Transit saw overall ridership numbers drop while investing more money into its operating costs.
Paul Rusesabagina, the real-life protagonist of “Hotel Rwanda” who now makes his home in San Antonio, opens DreamWeek.
The year is still fresh, with plenty of time to stress later on. Take it easy with yoga, music, and art for a smooth transition into 2020 this weekend.
Gov. Greg Abbott told attendees Wednesday at a Rotary Club of San Antonio luncheon that expansive road development will be phased out in the near future.
U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo) highlighted two new programs that could benefit San Antonio’s military mission in the final federal spending bill.
It’s the first weekend of 2020, and San Antonio has holiday lights, a coffee festival, and a Christmas Bird Count event for birding enthusiasts.
If you have a live Christmas tree molting in your living room, the City’s solid waste management department will take it off your hands.
San Antonio, Bexar County, the suburban cities of Bexar County, and higher education institutions are prepping for the 2020 decennial census.