The story of CPS Energy’s success is found not in equipment and power plants, but in people and their dreams.
Beaty Palmer Architects won the City Hall for All design competition to provide better accessibility to the 125-year-old building for the mobility impaired.
Designers and architects charged with making City Hall’s main entrance accessible to people of all physical abilities were given three months to draft and submit their innovative proposals.
Soon enough, the universal appeal of kids and water gave rise to wide grins, squeals and laughter — and a summer day to remember.
Converse City Council voted 4-2 on Tuesday to back an interlocal annexation agreement with San Antonio that will ultimately triple the size of Converse.
A new design competition launched Tuesday will transform the way people of all abilities approach City Hall.
Here are five ways that San Antonians can contribute to the community and put food on the table for those who may not be able to.
Two dozen volunteers are fasting, consuming only bread and water (and coffee) until $40,000 is raised.
Hundreds of soccer fans and officials celebrated an agreement between the City, Bexar County and Spurs Sports & Entertainment (SS&E) to start a United Soccer League franchise at Toyota Field on Tuesday.
This October, children with disabilities in the U.S. will have a new, free resource as a Mexico-based nonprofit organization will open a new health care facility in northeast San Antonio.