San Antonio City Council approved incentives worth more than $2.3 million for a mixed-income housing project on the near East Side.
San Antonio’s first and only philanthropic hangout, The Cherrity Bar celebrates its official grand opening Friday.
The fest consists of a full day of inspiring photography keynotes and workshops geared toward professional photographers, enthusiasts, and the creative class.
The City called for the court to find the proceeding involving a controversial land sale “moot.”
A mansion that once belonged to one of the most fascinating figures in San Antonio’s 300-year history has been restored on the East Side.
“Walk On The River” unearths 100 years of San Antonio history from the perspective of African-American community builders.
This 7.2-mile section of trail between Southside Lions Park and Fort Sam Houston will soon connect to the larger greenway system.
City Manager Sheryl Sculley on Tuesday approved the controversial mixed-use project after nearly a year of rejections, revisions, and divisiveness.
Organizers of two community art projects will seek public input during May and June workshops at several locations citywide.
Eastside community leaders had a vested interest in including the credit union in their larger vision of the area’s revitalization.