The San Antonio Botanical Garden now offers $3 admission to SNAP and WIC carholders in an effort to increase accessibilty to low income families.
The Transportation and Capital Improvements Department is using a vehicle equipped with a laser-scanning machine to evaluate which city roads need repairs.
U.S. Census Bureau data reveals Bexar and similar Texas counties are steadily growing in population and diversity.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and County Judge Nelson Wolff are endorsing Rey Saldaña to be the VIA board chair, replacing Hope Andrade.
The Central Library eliminated overdraft fees for “young-adult” or “juvenile”materials in an effort to increase access for low-income communities starting June 3 through the spring of 2020.
The House of Neighborly Service helped raise Luis Vargas, and now he’s giving back by redesigning the community center’s aging facilities.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilwoman Ana Sandoval helped distribute food to victims of last week’s storm.
District 8 Councilman Manny Pelaez submitted for council consideration that a park in the Maverick Creek Neighborhood be named after affordable housing leader Dan Markson.
UTSA returned to its birth place to celebrate the signing of the bill that established it as San Antonio’s first four-year public university
Carnival festivities, food vendors, and music brought South Alamo Street to life Monday night for the City’s official New Year’s Eve celebration marking the end of the Tricentennial year.