You wouldn’t know Bexar County’s population is 51 percent women by looking at female representation on Commissioners Court or the San Antonio City Council.
Simple things that improve the quality of life for dying patients and their loved ones appear to be the essence of hospice.
If you stop by UTSA’s Downtown Campus on Wednesday, you’ll get an in-depth look at the world of women veterans in America, a history that few people know exists.
The Hispanic Dental Association is having its 25th annual conference in San Antonio through Sunday.
Why can’t responding to a question about your sexual orientation be just as simple as answering, ‘yep,’ wondered Kori Ashton, owner of local WordPress web design firm, WebTegrity.
One year after Councilmember Ron Nirenberg (D8) first proposed a municipal broadband strategy to City Council, the matter will come to a vote Thursday, providing newly-elected Mayor Ivy Taylor and her colleagues the opportunity to lead San Antonio’s public institutions into an era of greater digital connectivity.
When people envision veteran homelessness, they typically think in statistics, like one in four homeless on any given night are likely to be veterans.
The swank interior of the upscale, Tuscan-inspired Eilan Hotel Resort and Spa’s Palio Hall will be the setting this Friday evening of San Antonio’s local version of TEDWomen 2015 put on by TEDxSanAntonio.
At the end of the powerful veterans’ ensemble play, “The Telling Project: San Antonio,” performed last year at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, Gold Star wife Donna Engeman muses about her fallen soldier husband, John.
The first time I met Julie Coan, KLRN’s chief operating officer and senior vice president a year ago, she and I had a conversation about what it means when a military veteran trusts you enough to tell you his or her story, and whether any particular response is required.