The Trump administration removed federal protections for transgender students, which inspired more than 50 community members to rally at Main Plaza.
City Council Thursday morning approved a more than $270,000 contract with Alpha Building Corporation to renovate the 6,000 sq. ft. space on the library’s main floor
As the $100 million transformation of the Witte Museum nears completion, museum officials Wednesday honored its most prolific, private benefactor by naming its new main building after her.
Bexar County commissioners signed a pilot agreement on Tuesday that will bring six “smart city” devices and free Wi-Fi to downtown and the Southside this summer.
In total, the tornadoes and other storms throughout the North and Northeast sides of San Antonio damaged more than 100 homes.
The 20-level mixed use tower on the River Walk is set to bring luxury accommodation to the area.
Nirenberg saw San Antonio’s promise before the city developed into what it is today; keeping that momentum going is one of his top priorities as a mayoral candidate.
In the coming months, the greater public will have an opportunity to give feedback on plans for EPIcenter, an energy education and innovation hub.
This year’s author lineup is the largest list to date with 103 local, regional, and national authors.
The lawsuit, filed on Feb. 2 in the Bexar County District Court, alleges breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, elder exploitation, and negligence.