San Antonio saw 241 delegates from among its 12 sister cities and two friendship cities visit at various events during its Tricentennial year.
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word gathered in solidarity with a protest in Washington, D.C., decrying the detention of migrant children.
San Antonio was selected to participate in a national program aiming to develop strategies to promote housing affordability.
Three local Census Bureau Area Offices are hiring hundreds of temporary office and field workers in preparation for the 2020 census.
The University of Texas at San Antonio will be opening a bicycle repair station named in honor of bicyclist and community leader Tito Bradshaw.
The County Clerk’s Office preformed a mass wedding ceremony on the steps of the court house for active military members and their spouses.
The Farm Connection buys produce, meats, and other items from organic farms surrounding San Antonio and brings it to food club members in the city.
At a July 4 neighborhood parade, Dreamhill Estates neighbors celebrated their local hero – mailman Guillermo Guzman.
VIA Metropolitan Transit’s VIVA buses celebrate 1 million passenger rides since the launch of the three routes in June of 2016.
More than 400 South San High School students have been matched with mentors through Building a Purpose, an organization that seeks to highlight the students’ opportunities.