TPR opened its doors for the first day of a garage sale, as the station prepares to move to the renovated Alameda Theater in downtown next month.
San Antonio’s eighth annual DreamWeek ideas summit kicks off Friday and runs through Jan. 26 this year with a record 225 activities and events.
Under a new law effective this year, shopping privileges at military base stores were expanded to include several new categories of veterans.
The Bexar County 2 Fire Department has an annual tradition of bringing Santa to Far West neighborhoods each night in December.
The PechaKucha speakers series’ final program of 2019 is back at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, Dec. 11.
On her 100th birthday, Sister Mary Eustace Farrell received a visit from Ireland’s consul general, a personal letter from the president, and about $2,800.
Take a break from the meat-heavy holiday diet at Sweet Yams, a hidden, vegetarian gem on the East Side. The restaurant’s open Friday and Saturday this week.
Bruce Cole was certain Robert G. Cole Middle and High School did not have his father’s Purple Heart because he had it in a safety deposit box at a bank.
South San Antonio ISD’s new wellness center officially opened Friday and will offer a range of mental health and social services to students and families.
The story of how Lt. Col. Robert G. Cole’s Purple Heart found its way to the school bearing his name is one of mistakes, surprises, and generosity.