“Sun Mountain,” a new Cruz Ortiz public sculpture honoring Frank Tejeda, was dedicated at Brooks on Wednesday morning.
A City Council committee on Tuesday recommended Brooks and the South Texas Medical Center as proving grounds for smart-city technology.
If all goes according to plan, the City will by year’s end name an new innovation zone, a pilot area to test so-called smart city initiatives in San Antonio.
Millennial populations are growing in activity centers and southeast suburban neighborhoods, but falling near military bases and on much of the Northside.
The CPS Energy board on Monday voted to recommend a local economic development leader for a position on the electric and gas utility’s board.
Brooks City Base and Tesoro are two new rebrandings among several other San Antonio household names that have recently changed.
The 2015 designation of the city’s Spanish Colonial Missions as a UNESCO World Heritage site has brought both potential and problems to District 3.
Long since retired from housing “Jenny” aircrafts during World War I, the historic wooden hangar will soon embrace a new role as an event space.
For all its love of history, San Antonio has no place for the local or visitor to gain a full appreciation of the city’s rich military past.
Japanese manufacturer Nissei Plastic Industrial Co., Ltd. announced Wednesday the launch of a new fully-owned subsidiary to be located at Brooks City Base.