The McNay Art Museum announced a $6.25 million landscaping plan to open its grounds to the community.
The 71-year-old Alamo Heights Swimming Pool might have closed for good if not for the intervention of an area native who grew up swimming there.
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.
City Council unanimously passed an ordinance setting the total number of permitted scooters at 75, regardless of how many carriers operate in the city.
The venerable Olmos Pharmacy will open again as the second location of Italian restaurant Volare in late February.
The Alamo Heights City Council unanimously voted Monday to pick Buddy Kuhn, the municipality’s assistant city manager and fire chief, for the top job.
Ridgemont Properties exec says the four-story, 30,502-square-foot building would be geared toward the “neighborhood entrepreneur.”
After more than seven years at City Hall, Mark Browne will be leaving at year’s end to take up the city manager duties in Schertz.
Alamo Heights City Council on Tuesday approved a zoning change request that will allow The Argyle to construct a parking lot on property previously zoned for residential use.
The commission voted Monday to approve a Specific Use Permit (SUP) that will allow The Argyle to construct a parking lot on land zoned for residential use.