San Antonio ISD trustees OK’d approximately $20 million in projects near Fox Tech, and Bexar County is set to foot the bill.
Bexar County paid the City of San Antonio $2.58 million in 2019 to allow county residents to use San Antonio Public Library resources.
Bexar County is looking into building an arboretum on the South Side and partnering with the River Authority and Texas A&M-San Antonio to do it.
The contest launched by BiblioTech, Bexar County’s all-digital library, seeks to make indie-published authors more accessible to a broader audience.
On Saturday at the Witte Museum, the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival presented student videos based on honored children’s books.
Tracy and Nelson Wolff hold each other’s concerns for San Antonio and the county in common, sometimes influencing the other’s ideas.
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.
The Rolling Riders program aims to foster literacy by giving children access to digital books on Wi-Fi-equipped buses.
The kiosks will provide information on hundreds of points of interest, charge devices via USB, and provide a free Wi-Fi signal.
The new initiative is a partnership with Sprint and Manage Mobility, and is meant to help bridge the digital divide in Bexar County