City Council on Thursday approved a six-month moratorium on some development incentives aimed at urban-core housing.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar believes that if he’s going to spend additional money on anything during his tenure, there’s no better use than on more training for deputies.
Two months after the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history, support has poured in from across the country to help Sutherland Springs rebuild. One San Antonian’s effort has raised more than $1 million for a new church.
The San Antonio Police Department stated Thursday that the city’s violent crime rate decreased by 6 percent over the last year, a figure that included a 16 percent drop in homicides.
The sculpture commissioned by Bexar County for the San Pedro Creek project will not be ready for the grand opening of the project’s first segment May 5.
Sunday’s cold weather didn’t stop thousands of New Year’s Eve revelers from filing into Hemisfair to kick off San Antonio’s Tricentennial celebration.
The weather forecast for the Celebrate 300 New Year’s Eve party calls for cold and windy conditions with a chance of patchy drizzle. But Tricentennial officials emphasized Friday that the Hemisfair event will go on regardless of the weather.
The Tricentennial’s Celebrate 300 New Year’s Eve Party at Hemisfair begins Sunday afternoon and is free and open to the public.
With a surge of interest in vinyl records old and new, San Antonio record stores that have been in business for decades are being joined by newcomers to the market, giving vinyl hunters a wealth of choices around town.
HDRC on Wednesday gave an Eastside couple final approval to build a two-car garage with three apartments in the backyard of their Dignowity Hill home.