Membership has been shrinking in the Elks and other fraternal and service clubs around the nation, but two San Antonio Elks members are fighting the trend.
Oscar Stewart, who spent much of his youth in San Antonio, chased the shooter and saved lives at a suburban San Diego synagogue in April.
Matt Brown, former director of the Office of Economic Development in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the new Centro San Antonio chief executive officer.
Texas A&M-San Antonio celebrates its 10th anniversary this year and has cleared one major hurdle in its bid to start an intercollegiate athletics program.
Harte Hanks, a global marketing services firm, said its CEO would step down just four months after being named CEO.
Members of the Boys & Girls Club of San Antonio are playing on a new $1.1 million field built with the help of the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation.
New American Economy and Welcoming America will help San Antonio gather input from the community and put together a plan for becoming a more welcoming city to immigrants.
The two-phase project, emphasizing restaurants and services, is expected to cost close to $40 million and open starting in February.
Historic low-unemployment numbers in San Antonio add to an ongoing problem the construction industry has been grappling with in Texas for years now.
After the Fed Cup, tennis officials and local organizers don’t expect San Antonio will have to wait long to host another elite tennis competition.