The Plethora sculpture designed for the San Pedro Creek Culture Park will cost $1.5 million dollars to create, double the budgeted cost.
One lasting legacy from the Tricentennial will be a commemorative book, titled “300 Years of San Antonio & Bexar County,” to be published in June.
The ruins of Hot Wells, the turn-of-the-century bathhouse, are rising from the ashes of decay and neglect to become a first of its kind public park on the Southside.
San Pedro Creek, long a neglected urban waterway, is now site of an incredible contrast near Santa Rosa Street.
For the 300th birthday of multicultural San Antonio, international guests at the Founder’s Gala will include delegates from Sister Cities.
The 38 panels at the park near San Pedro Creek and the San Antonio River appear to have been smashed with a heavy, blunt object.
President Donald Trump said he would nominate former Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau as U.S. Marshal for the Western District of Texas.
The first segment of the San Pedro Creek Culture Park – stretching from near Fox Tech High School to Houston Street – will debut May 5.
The digital library features a reading room with 50 desktop computers, two smaller conference-style reading rooms, a community room, children’s area, and a maker’s space.
Vireo numbers have grown, thanks to work by the states, the U.S. Army, Mexico, private landowners, and environmental groups, federal officials said.