With a crude oil pipeline over San Antonio’s main water supply averted – for now – City officials are weighing whether to oppose such projects in the future.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg want voters to approve redirecting a one-eighth-cent sales tax, now used for aquifer protection, to fund mass transit.
Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert and architect Debra Dockery are shaping plans to turn a 10-acre tract of Eastside land into an urban farm.
*Sponsored* The San Antonio River Foundation hosts Mountainfilm on Tour on Oct. 3. It’s a collection of documentaries about the environment, social justice, and community building.
San Antonio native Robert Hammond had no experience developing parks when he began trying to save a freight rail line in New York.
Joe Izbrand and Kurt May won seats on Castle Hills City Council, which has been marred by scandal, in-fighting and legal challenges in the past year.
San Antonio Water System customers will see their bills rise again next year, this time to pay for water from the Vista Ridge pipeline.
It might not be the biggest park, but the wide-angle views put San Antonio’s Comanche Lookout Park in a higher league.
A San Antonio summer camp designed to be accessible to children and youth of all ability levels will also become a hub of water education.
After months of heartbreak as residents watched the Eden Duck Pond dwindle away, the subdivision dedicates an improved version of it.
With CPS Energy set to exceed efficiency goals set in place a decade ago, utility officials are now considering how best to continue encouraging customers to use less energy.