The zoning change would allow the property owners to build a two-story, two-car garage with three, small attached apartments in their large back yard.
Around the time Councilman Warrick (D2) announced Toney’s endorsement, Shaw, accused Toney of asking him to pay $15,000 in exchange for his support.
Thursday’s unanimous vote further solidifies the cultural relevance of black neighborhoods that developed on the Eastside after the Civil War.
Citizens listened to political players defend and challenge the largest bond package in San Antonio’s history during the Rivard Report’s Bond and Brew event.
Rehabarama is a one-day event where volunteers, contractors, students, and neighborhood leaders will together revitalize and restore an entire city block.
LiftOff, a small business incubator and co-working space, opened its doors six months ago in a building owned by its parent company LiftFund.
On Sunday, San Antonians traded brunch chairs for bike seats during two beloved and beneficial events: Síclovía and the Dignowity Hill Pushcart Derby.
The Public Library has equipped the branch with a diverse book selection and spaces designed to enrich the experiences of the community it serves.
After a two-year hiatus, the popular neighborhood event will resume on March 26, from 2-6 pm in Lockwood Park.
A vision for a productive community of small-scale entrepreneurs making healthy food is taking root on San Antonio’s near Eastside.