Consultants discussed recommendations for improving lighting along streets, buildings, parks, and alleyways in and around downtown.
The City’s Zoning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved a revised request to rezone a four-acre industrial tract in Southtown for apartments.
The appointed task force is now finalizing those recommendations designed to help the City of San Antonio form a comprehensive policy.
More than 400 people – many veterans dressed in uniform – saluted loved ones, friends, and colleagues, at times shedding tears and offering prayers.
The Westside Development Corp. honored Socorro “Choco” Meza, Janie Barrera, Florentino “Tino” Duran, and the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
Average weekday ridership is up nearly 5 percent on 11 routes that VIA Metropolitan Transit have improved in 2018, thanks to faster connections.
Monday marks the start of a five-day period of early voting for the May 22 primary runoffs, including statewide and local races.
The Ethics Review Board decided to form a five-member panel to delve into whether it could claim jurisdiction over compliance with open meetings laws.
In District 21, Democrat and Republican Congressional candidates are reaching out to voters with just one week before the start of early voting for the May 22 runoff.
Voters approved the NISD’s nearly $849 million bond package Saturday, the largest in the district’s history, while in the Alamo Colleges District, one incumbent trustee and a challenger are headed to runoffs.