A candidate on the 2019 city ballot for the District 6 council seat named Bobby Herrera was a minor player in a political scandal from the mid-1990s, writes Rick Casey.
Converse’s new city hall and fire station reflect the growth happening in the city, which acquired land through a 2017 annexation deal with San Antonio.
Local business leaders who had opposed three city charter amendments on the ballot are frustrated, if not surprised, by Tuesday’s election results.
A panel of six Go Vote No advocates answered about a dozen questions from callers and those posted online regarding propositions A, B, and C.
Hosted by Morgan’s Wonderland, the 50th annual state Special Olympics Summer Games will bring 3,000 participating athletes to San Antonio.
Go Vote No, the campaign against three charter amendments on the local November ballot, hosted its official kick off party Saturday morning at La Villita.
A lawsuit alleges that the firefighters union illegally funded efforts to gather petition signatures to place charter amendments on the November ballot.
Morgan’s Inspiration Island is not a special-needs park; it’s a park of inclusion where guests of all ages and abilities can have fun together.
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.