U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo) highlighted two new programs that could benefit San Antonio’s military mission in the final federal spending bill.
Under a new law effective this year, shopping privileges at military base stores were expanded to include several new categories of veterans.
The Alamo Area Council of Governments and Joint Base San Antonio have signed an agreement designed to streamline certain purchase contracts.
If money is diverted for a border wall, Joint Base San Antonio could lose about $10 million for an air traffic control tower, among other projects.
Bexar County residents living near military bases north and west of San Antonio voted against being annexed by the City of San Antonio.
This 7.2-mile section of trail between Southside Lions Park and Fort Sam Houston will soon connect to the larger greenway system.
Fort Sam Houston officials are putting out the welcome mat May 5 and 6 for a showcase of the city’s tradition of military service during its Tricentennial.
Social networking app Strava may compromise the safety and security of not only San Antonio-based warriors, but also military installations across Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA).
Tourists will experience a slightly different version of San Antonio’s Spanish-colonial Missions if they choose to visit on Monday.
Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) and the City are working together to help fund solutions to infrastructure challenges occurring just outside the fence lines of local bases.