With San Antonio projected to grow by a million more people in the next 20 years, housing and transportation were the main topics Thursday at SABOR's annual housing forecast meeting.
San Antonio airport officials said Wednesday that Alaska Airlines is expanding its daily nonstop service from the San Antonio to Seattle.
Catto & Catto, which marked its 85th year in 2018, is the largest independent and privately owned insurance and risk management firm in Texas.
The City is recommending revisions to the preference point tool that some fear limit contracts for small, minority- and women-owned architecture and engineering firms.
The impact of San Antonio's yearlong celebrations, in terms of dollars and data, won't be known until the completion of follow-up studies in 2019.
District Judge Renée Yanta reflects on her courthouse tenure, founding PEARLS Court, her loss in the election – which still gets her emotional – and what’s next for her.
The San Antonio Board of Realtors reported Tuesday there were nearly 90 more homes sold in San Antonio this month compared to the same time last year.
On a downtown corner where Arrow Upholstery operated at North St. Mary's and Brooklyn for 50 years, a development named Brooklyn Square has emerged.
The first of USAA’s employees to occupy a building the financial services giant purchased in 2017 are moving into their cubicles and offices at 300 Convent St.
After terminating its CEO in September, the San Antonio Board of Realtors is now defending itself against multiple allegations made by the former executive.