As the town rebuilds, it’s looking past tourism to other industries, even oyster farming, that will sustain and grow the coastal economy.
Roughly 5 miles of dirt paths wind through Olmos Basin Park, only a short distance north of downtown. Mountain bikers especially should give these a try.
San Antonio is among the nation’s top 10 cities for childhood asthma cases specifically related to air pollution from cars and trucks, according to a study.
Just as the River Foundation is a purpose-driven steward of the San Antonio River, the organization is also an efficient steward of every investment made in its vision.
The nature photography of Michael Farquhar offers an intimate view of a mating pair of red-shouldered hawks who call Hardberger Park home.
Those with a hankering for butterflies and carpets of native blooms should head to the Hill Country or Mission Reach for a spectacular show this weekend.
From Bandera to Blanco, Hill Country residents are increasingly grappling with plans to discharge treated sewage into the region’s clear waterways.
The trails are a main attraction, but the preserve also includes remnants of South Texas farming and ranching heritage.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg will be among the speakers at Saturday’s March for Science, which will focus on the City’s proposed Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.
As the San Antonio Water System dips its toe into selling water further outside its service territory, big questions are emerging.
On April 11, the Council is to vote on the plan and on a proposed ban on tobacco use in its parks, as well as public spaces including the River Walk.