More than 300 volunteers participated in Rehabarama, the City’s one-day home repair event.
Fresh fruit and produce will soon be available in corner stores in District 3 to increase access to healthy foods in areas considered “food deserts.”
City Council unanimously approved funding for directional signs and entry monuments that will guide pilots, passengers, and other visitors to Stinson Airport.
We ask City Council to reschedule the hearing currently set for 2 p.m. Thursday, until new City land-use categorizations are defined and can be understood and equitably applied to everyone.
The Cleveland-based NRP Group has proposed a 90-unit, mixed-income complex to be built on the lot of the soon-to-be-sold Moose Lodge.
Striking a balance between economic development and housing opportunities is one of District 3 Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran’s biggest challenges.
We are in the midst of a new era in District 3, and we continue to celebrate that it is the past, present, and future of this great city.
The Harvey E. Najim Family YMCA is a welcome addition to District 3, where the population has the highest risk for health complications in Bexar County.
The osteopathic medical school is located on San Antonio’s Southside, which currently has the city’s most high-risk population for health complications.
The trailer park was purchased by San Antonio-based White-Conlee Development with plans to develop the Mission Escondida Luxury Apartments.