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.
If the young Army Air Corps cadets who once flew training missions out of Brooks Air Field in 1917 could do so in 2017, they would have a bird’s eye view of San Antonio’s newest park taking shape.
The University of the Incarnate Word announced a new initiative designed to fast-track admittance of qualified students into one of its health profession programs during a press conference at the UIW’s Bowden Eye Care and Health Center on Tuesday.
As a lasting tribute to the city’s place in aviation and aerospace history, community leaders in San Antonio have established the San Antonio Aviation and Aerospace Hall of Fame, with its inaugural class of inductees to be honored at a dinner on Thursday, March 31.
NRP Group, often credited with sparking housing development at the former Brooks Air Force Base, plans to bring an even higher-end apartment complex to Brooks City Base.
More than 200 local, small businesses registered for face time with representatives of about 50 potential buyers in the public and private sector at the first Business Connect event on Tuesday at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center. The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) is spearheading the program that works to match emerging local minority, and female-owned ventures with a variety of large organizations that work at the local, regional, and national level.
About two and a half years after VIA Metropolitan Transit launched its first Prímo bus line, the mass transit company is seeking community input before launching two new Prímo lines along Military Drive and Zarzamora Street in the spring and fall of 2018 respectively.
Weeks after Niagara Bottling’s interest in building a water bottling plant at Brooks City Base was swatted down by San Antonio City Council and environmentalists, the City of Seguin has announced the California-based company will soon break ground on an $85 million, 557,000 sq.