UTSA’s Center for Archaeological Research curated more than 150 items ranging from the mission’s colonial years up to the 19th century.
The renovations would begin in September 2018 and require nearly 1,500 City employees from 22 departments to relocate for a 15-month period.
Christian Assistance Ministries has been working to bring a different kind of light to its corner of downtown by forming the McCullough Avenue Consortium.
The Esperanza Peace and Justice Center hosted a day of resources and discussion for transgender youth and their families Saturday.
City leaders will visit schools in Southside ISD, SouthSan ISD, and East Central ISD to help combat childhood obesity through fitness initiatives.
Many owners of aging, single-family homes in the urban core are squeezed between monthly utility bills and deferred maintenance costs on their homes.
The annual program honors individuals who have worked to advance and maintain San Antonio’s cultural vibrancy.
Alamo Master Plan officials this week met with four teams vying to win the coveted contract for the Alamo Interpretive Design Plan.
The new budget includes an increase to minimum wage for City workers as well as funding for streets, 42 more police officers, 31 new firefighters, and more.
The City of San Antonio and Bexar County have each contributed $250,000 to CAST Tech, which promises to serve as a talent generator for the tech community.