The site is the new home of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library Collection, a research collection that resided at the Alamo for more than a century.
CPS Energy officials and advocates gathered to celebrate the company’s 75-year history in the community as a public utility.
Ann Hussey and John Tosh bore witness to the history of the former Kelly Air Force Base and, years later, preserved those moments for future generations.
UTSA’s Center for Archaeological Research curated more than 150 items ranging from the mission’s colonial years up to the 19th century.
Bexar County Commissioners on Tuesday advanced two initiatives aimed at showcasing the formative events that shaped San Antonio’s early history.
Guests can order the same juicy Reuben, split pea soup, and root beer that San Antonio Germans ordered 100 years ago at Schilo’s Delicatessen.
In 1955, Emmett Till was brutally beaten, shot in the head, and sank in a river by white men. When his body was found days later, it was unrecognizable.
How do some local schools teach students about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? Several local high school teachers share their lesson plans.
National Park Service Rangers gave a small tour to preservation advocates, narrating historic details as they made their way along the stone bridge.
With the lessons of Harvey fresh in the minds of local leaders, Bexar County officials are taking a renewed look at the area’s flood preparedness.