Hobo Fest is no more: After 10 years, Kirby has dropped the Hobo Fest name from its annual Fireman’s Picnic.
Commentary: City voters get their drinking water from the Edwards Aquifer. Far fewer of them ride VIA buses, so the natural inclination is to vote one’s personal needs or interests.
The City of San Antonio has named Dawn Emerick, currently the public health director in Corvallis, Oregon, as its new Metro Health director.
*Sponsored* The VIA U-Pass gives access to safe, reliable public transportation to over 100,000 students, staff, and faculty from local colleges and universities.
A new volume of documentary photography looks back at an East Austin largely lost to gentrification and can remind San Antonians what could be lost here.
As head of the Texas Facilities Commission, Mike Novak is responsible for managing the agency and implementing the Capitol Complex Master Plan.
Commentary: San Antonio’s nearly 70-year-old city charter didn’t take into account City Council members with a need for staff.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg began advertising his presidential campaign on broadcast television in Texas markets, including San Antonio.
Commentary: With San Antonio set to become the sixth largest city in the nation by 2021, it is time we deal with our transportation issues.
A team from homelessness mitigation consultant firm Homebase started work last week on San Antonio’s strategic plan to house and help its most vulnerable population.
Commentary: San Antonio’s transit needs are urgent, but without a funding plan for aquifer protection it will be hard to convince voters to reallocate the one-eighth-cent sales tax to VIA.