Impact on small business owners and government overreach were among the concerns voiced Thursday night at a town hall meeting about raising the legal age to buy tobacco products in San Antonio.
Time away from family was the No. 1 reason cited for exiting military service for the first time since the annual survey was launched four years ago.
If a Harvey-like Hurricane struck just north of downtown, the River Walk could turn into a “bath tub,” according to the San Antonio River Authority.
The symposium will explore the recent actions of the Texas Legislature, the rhetoric on the subject out of Washington, and the human cost of immigration.
Developers of a multi-million project near the Hays Street Bridge have agreed to one more meeting with community stakeholders before HDRC votes on the plan.
The seven-floor Archive Garage on East Nueva Street will have more than 720 parking spots and cost an estimated $16 million.
Increased investment in District 2 is good, but it comes with unintended consequences, Councilman William “Cruz” Shaw said.
Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) called for a “full audit” of the Tricentennial Commission on Tuesday, little more than 24 hours after its CEO resigned.
Interviews with current and former lawmakers and legislative aides indicate sexual harassment regularly goes unchecked at the Texas Capitol.
How should residents ask the City of San Antonio for infrastructure to protect pedestrians and cyclists?
More than 65 percent of the Alazan Courts residents want to see new construction on the lot, according to Housing Authority officials.