Hundreds of families and friends gathered at Mission County Park Pavilions on Saturday to view colorful kayaks and canoes during the inaugural Mission Reach Flotilla Festival.
Many Bexar County high school students dream of finding high-paying jobs and higher education after graduation, but few understand the opportunities available or requirements for success.
The Alamo Area Metropolitan Planning Organization will host six public meetings through March 3, allowing residents in the greater San Antonio area to prioritize a list of regional transportation projects that will receive funding over the next four years as part of the 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program.
After a unanimous vote from commissioners on Tuesday morning, Bexar County has a new economic development policy aimed at recruiting innovative tech startups and funding for local companies.
Armies of volunteers gathered to pick up trash from city creeks and waterways during the 22nd Annual Basura Bash held Saturday morning.
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus, the keynote speaker at the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce luncheon held Wednesday at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, listed education, transportation, business and mental health investments as top priorities for the 85th Session of the Texas Legislature that opens next January.
San Antonio is widely considered one of the best cities for Chicano and Latino art.
After months of extensive redesigns, the San Pedro Creek Improvements Project is back on schedule, according to officials.
Dozens of homeless camps are hiding in plain sight throughout downtown San Antonio.
Charles “Frank” Reaugh is a household name among art curators, but it’s a name that most Texans aren’t familiar with just yet.