Former Mayor Phil Hardberger has endorsed Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) for mayor in a video released Monday at 9 p.m., less than 12 hours before early voting opens in San Antonio’s June 10 mayoral and City Council runoff election.
You might never take a ride on one of the barges plying the narrow confines of the San Antonio River, but as a taxpayer and voter you should care about the 10-year, $100 million contract that is now up for grabs.
When the TJX Companies went shopping last year for a place to put its newest distribution center, the city of San Antonio scored a deal — one that adds up to 1,000 new jobs to the community and other investments on the Southside.
Mayor Ivy Taylor was surprised to find herself the subject of a viral video featuring her answer to a question about the causes of poverty.
Google will utilize trenching to bury its network lines, a method that will speed up the installation process and cause less disruption in communities.
City and County leaders gathered Friday afternoon to celebrate the rebirth of Hanger 9, a symbol of early military aviation.
Converse will add 5.2 square miles to its city limits, with San Antonio giving up 2.2 square miles of land through boundary adjustments.
Prior to Saturday’s event, Shaw told the Rivard Report that his Council bid is a by-product of political disagreements between him and Warrick.
City officials, developers, and construction executives gathered at 825 East Park Avenue Tuesday morning to break ground on Park Avenue at the Pearl, an apartment complex that will be largely built from shipping containers.
The West Hausman Road improvement project is the largest project of its kind in the city’s history.