In 1997, Twang began marketing its citrus salt product as beer salt, boldly introducing the Mexican tradition to consumers for the first time in the United States.
After the Paid Sick Leave Commission delivered its proposed changes to the ordinance, an ad hoc City Council committee asked for more time to review the draft.
Commentary: The United States shouldn’t turn to economic policy levers, like tariffs on Mexican goods, to remedy immigration problems.
*Sponsored* Now in its 14th year, the display of canned-food sculptures has collected over a half a million pounds of food for the San Antonio Food Bank.
*Sponsored* Texas is considered a “non-disclosure” state, meaning the state government cannot force a homebuyer to provide sales price information.
A group of five residents, some religious and political activists, are suing the City of San Antonio under the “Save Chick-fil-A” law.
More than 300 volunteers participated in Rehabarama, the City’s one-day home repair event.
Closure of the downtown hospital has been surrounded by speculation from the general public and Nix Medical Center employees and tenants.
A billion-dollar company has moved into San Antonio with its sights set on leasing apartments in the urban core and then listing them on sites like Airbnb.
San Antonio’s paid sick leave commission on Thursday approved a final proposed draft of what it is now calling the Sick and Safe Leave Ordinance.
VIA Metropolitan Transit is proposing a $249 million budget for fiscal year 2020, a $10 million increase from its 2019 budget.