Former Mayor Lila Cockrell, 97, was turned away from a polling place Wednesday for not having a required form of ID but returned to cast her vote Friday.
Commentary: Looking back at former mayor Lila Cockrell’s political career, we see the kind of strong and skilled leadership San Antonio needs today.
Lila Cockrell’s Love Deeper Than a River is the story of a true pioneer woman whose frontier was male-dominated urban politics and society.
Lila Cockrell, the first female mayor of San Antonio, shared her life story with Rotary Club members on Wednesday.
No deal epitomized McCombs’ salesmanship more than his acquisition of the Spurs, which he intuitively knew could put San Antonio on the map as only the Alamo had.
The festival will bring together civically engaged citizens to connect and imagine our shared future.
San Antonio banker and philanthropist Tom C. Frost IV, 90, has died, sources close to the family confirmed Friday.
The official theme of HemisFair ’68 was “The Confluence of Civilizations in America.” Much of that same language is used today to promote SA’s Tricentennial.
Michael Sawaya, who oversees the convention center and the Alamodome and is one of the longest-tenured department heads with the City of San Antonio, has resigned to accept a position at the convention center in New Orleans.
With all their pomp and circumstance, graduations are for celebrating a job well done, launching new leaders, and inspiring them to change the world.