Iconic former San Antonio Mayor Lila Cockrell will be honored with a scholarship at her alma mater, Southern Methodist University.
The highway work is part of a multi-year project meant to alleviate traffic congestion and improve safety in the busy 281 transit corridor.
One of the Texas Transportation Commissions’ projects aims to reduce traffic congestion on U.S. Highway 281 North between Loop 1604 and the Comal County line.
San Antonio banker and philanthropist Tom C. Frost IV, 90, has died, sources close to the family confirmed Friday.
The Tobin Endowment will give $1.5 million towards construction of Hardberger Park’s land bridge, former Mayor Phil Hardberger announced Wednesday.
Bexar County arts fans and supporters voted to award a $15,000 Artist Foundation People’s Choice grant to performing artist Nathan Felix.
The San Antonio Symphony currently ranks 55th in terms of national orchestra budgets, says conductor Sebastian Lang-Lessing. Whether recent outpourings of community support can give the struggling Symphony the sustainable future it needs remains an open question.
Its season was canceled Wednesday night, but the unraveling of the structure of the San Antonio Symphony had begun months earlier, at a May 5 meeting last year.
The future of the San Antonio Symphony is in limbo after three of its largest donors pulled out of a transition agreement on Wednesday.
The union representing the San Antonio Symphony musicians announced Thursday it was at a standstill with the orchestra’s management over contract negotiations a mere 10 days before the current contract extension expires.