To balance the costs of public safety with other priorities, the City and fire union need a contract that is fair to employees and affordable to taxpayers.
A recent paper by the Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance proposes some specific solutions to water issues plaguing the San Antonio area.
City Council on Wednesday removed a controversial labor clause in an airport concessions bid following opposition from business leaders.
A growing number of local small, minority, and women-business enterprise owners are bidding on – and winning – local government contracts.
The draining should last most of Tuesday and will allow construction crews to install a pump station and water line near Arsenal Street.
San Antonio’s Solid Waste Management Department is weighing a $50 fee for residents who toss used diapers in recycling and organics bins.
The City of San Antonio and Bexar County disagree on how – or even if – the contract will be finalized.
Michael Sawaya, who oversees the convention center and the Alamodome and is one of the longest-tenured department heads with the City of San Antonio, has resigned to accept a position at the convention center in New Orleans.
Since 2001, the total measurable economic impact of San Antonio-area manufacturing has more than tripled, according to a new report.
When tens of thousands of runners line up at the start for this weekend’s Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in San Antonio, they will be protected by security measures adopted in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 and the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, event organizers said.