“Remembering Old Highway 90” event brought together the Westside community to share memories of life on this stretch of road.
Residents in San Antonio City Council District 6 have concerns including graffiti, public safety, growing traffic congestion, and street maintenance.
Eight people are vying to take the place of District 6 City Councilman Ray Lopez, who has served the maximum four terms permitted by the City Charter.
District 6 Councilman Ray Lopez reflects on his tenure as a trustee on the Board of the Fire and Police Pension Fund, San Antonio.
“There’s no question of demand for this flight. Reagan is the busiest destination without nonstop service – 177 people fly here and back per day.”
UTSA political science major Maria Victoria Alonso Arroyo presented ambitious plans for a skate park to the 2017 bond Parks and Recreation Committee.
The new facility rethinks what it means to be well and informed with innovative spaces to encourage exercise, healthy eating, knowledge, and collaboration.
Elected officials and transit authorities are trying to figure out how to prioritize funding between citywide infrastructure needs and improving VIA Metropolitan Transit’s current and future operations.
Residents will have a forum to voice their concerns and ideas for multimodal transportation plans in San Antonio during the SA Tomorrow Virtual Town Hall on Monday, Nov.
Councilmember Ron Nirenberg (D8) is leading the effort to delay a vote on proposed San Antonio Water System (SAWS) rate increases until a controversial water report is finalized by researchers at Texas A&M University’s Institute of Renewable Natural Resources (IRNR).