City Council members on the Transportation Committee voted 4-1 Thursday night to have the full Council decide on changes to the City’s vehicle for hire policy.
As renovations continue, a new food truck will offer loyal fans their favorite fare until the near-Northside eatery reopens.
Thousands are expected to fill Hemisfair Park on New Year’s Eve as San Antonio begins celebrating its Tricentennial with the Celebrate 300 kickoff party. The event’s organizers have a message for would-be partygoers: Leave your car behind.
United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County announced Wednesday that it exceeded its 2017 community campaign goal, raising more than $48.7 million since beginning the drive in August and surpassing the initial goal of $47.5 million.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff is no longer running for re-election unopposed. Bexar County Probate Judge Tom Rickhoff filed as a Republican candidate on Monday, the final day to register.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg on Thursday nominated Cynthia Teniente-Matson, president of Texas A&M University-San Antonio and former Northside Independent School District Superintendent John Folks as co-chairs on the commission.
Bunker Labs, a national nonprofit offering veterans resources for business development and employment, chose a prime spot for its 17th chapter: San Antonio’s downtown tech district.
As H-E-B expands its downtown workforce, the skybridge aims to get current and future employees across the busy street safely.
Bexar County Commissioner Kevin Wolff (Pct. 3), currently serving a year-long probation for driving while intoxicated, failed a court-ordered drug test in August and must resume monthly reporting, according to court documents
In the nearly six months he has sat on City Council, District 10’s Clayton Perry has shown he’s willing to go against the grain.