County Judge Nelson Wolff and urbanist Gil Penalosa discussed how adding parks, sidewalks and bike lanes can better residents’ health and quality of life.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and County Judge Nelson Wolff are endorsing Rey Saldaña to be the VIA board chair, replacing Hope Andrade.
Bexar County is looking into building an arboretum on the South Side and partnering with the River Authority and Texas A&M-San Antonio to do it.
The Texas Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (TX FAME) is a two-year associates program that teaches trade skills and incorporates on-the-job training with a living wage.
Move over, Dos Equis Man. A local musical depicts former Mayor Phil Hardberger’s life of service, piloting, sailing, traveling, and climbing mountains.
A five-year grant will be used to increase staff and programming at agencies that partner with the county’s courts handling child abuse and neglect.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) highlighted additional funding for the Under 1 Roof program in his annual State of the Center City speech Tuesday.
Mark Richter, founding artistic and general director of Alamo City Opera, died Sunday night at age 51.
Family of former Hot Wells owner recalls his 35 years of working to maintain the aging resort after its heydey in the Roaring ’20s.
A contract to consolidate magistrate services with the City of San Antonio would save Bexar County over $400,000 per year.