Updated: The Historic and Design Review Commission’s vote clears the way for a new dance studio and community center in the Woodlawn Lake and Park Historic District.
Paula Gold-Williams, president and CEO of the municipally owned gas utility, released a statement Tuesday announcing she will no longer serve as the 2019 chair of San Antonio’s most prominent business organization.
City Manager Erik Walsh officially named Colleen Bridger assistant city manager Tuesday after she served as interim for more than four months.
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Commentary: Julián Castro’s seemingly off-the-cuff interruption during the first Democratic presidential candidates’ debate was the product of thorough preparation.
Lerma’s Nite Club was a longtime conjunto music venue that closed in 2010, but community leaders are reviving the space.
A group of local businesses filed a lawsuit Monday morning against the City of San Antonio to block its paid sick leave ordinance.
Under a new state law, the commission is charged with weighing options for judicial selection reform and producing a report by Dec. 31, 2020.
Alamo Colleges trustees officially approved the first 25 high schools whose graduates will be eligible for free community college tuition starting fall 2020.
San Antonio was not targeted for “immigrant raids” over the weekend, but local activists continued a push to educate immigrants on their rights.
The revelation “increases the urgency I feel to help change this country so that it works for those who have been locked-out of – or locked-up in – this system.”
– via @TexasTribune