About 120 high school graduates and students were guests at a celebration of the SA Works Summer Internship Program at La Villita Assembly Hall.
David O’Neal had been doing janitorial work in San Antonio for more than five years when he decided to start his own business, but he needed capital.
Dry brush piles, heavy fuel loads, varying temperatures, high wind speeds, and humid conditions are environmental factors responsible for the burn ban.
The kiosks will provide information on hundreds of points of interest, charge devices via USB, and provide a free Wi-Fi signal.
If the effort reaches fruition, it will be the first monument in San Antonio dedicated to the city’s Canary Island history.
Commissioners voted to join the City in its lawsuit against the State of Texas in an effort to stop the controversial Senate Bill 4 from going into effect.
On a rainy Tuesday, the first day of early voting, 7,471 San Antonio residents cast votes in the mayoral and City Council runoff races, marking a 7% higher turnout than the first day of early voting for the May 6 general and bond election, when a total of 7,001 people turned out to vote.
The new initiative is a partnership with Sprint and Manage Mobility, and is meant to help bridge the digital divide in Bexar County
Bexar County Commissioners are moving forward with plans to implement an eight-story, 700-car garage downtown.
With only two days of early voting to go, the Bexar County Elections Department has recorded a total of 38,307 votes so far.