The Children’s Rehabilitation Institute of TeletónUSA, also known as CRIT-USA, is holding its second annual Run for CRIT on Saturday, Dec.10 at 8 a.m.
At the Weston Centre plaza Friday night, Geekdom celebrated five years of fostering entrepreneurs and start-up companies in downtown San Antonio.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff are teaming up to put together a task force to research and investigate the deficits of San Antonio’s airport to determine future needs.
Artisans and vendors from various regions across Mexico are selling Oaxacan dresses, Talavera pottery, rugs, jewelry, candy, street food, and more.
On Thursday evening, Pride Center San Antonio will hold the second annual Transgender Day of Remembrance Memory Walk to commemorate the lives of the 24 transgender individuals who have been killed in 2016 so far.
The $8.2 million project will ultimately restore the 18th-century acequia – which was the main water source for the Alamo – and diversion dam in the area, remnants of which can still be seen today.
CPS Energy posted a video on Twitter of the demolition of boiler No. 2, the second of four.
A crowd of more than 8,000 convened at the Freeman Coliseum to take part in the 3rd annual Corner Store Country Run 5k.
At the 50th anniversary gala held by IBC Bank in Laredo, executives announced that they raised $2 million for the MD Anderson Cancer Center.
City officials, developers, and construction executives gathered at 825 East Park Avenue Tuesday morning to break ground on Park Avenue at the Pearl, an apartment complex that will be largely built from shipping containers.