The Board of Adjustment’s decision allows construction of four four-story condominiums on Norwood Court on the near Northside to proceed.
Various mementos of San Antonio history are now available at the official Tricentennial store, which opens its doors Friday at Centro de Artes.
San Antonio residents age 65 and older might not be taking advantage of a common-sense property tax exemption. The City wants to change that.
Holding signs that advocated for student safety, more than 3,300 students marched in a coordinated effort to protest gun violence in downtown San Antonio Saturday.
Five City Council members have issued an open letter requesting that the San Antonio firefighters union enter negotiations with the City on a new contract.
Urban sprawl, affordable housing, and sidewalks were among the top issues that City Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) emphasized Tuesday.
The San Antonio City Council on Thursday unanimously approved changes to the City’s code that regulate protests, parades, and processions.
The newly-created Innovation and Technology Committee explored fresh technology solutions for city services during its first meeting Tuesday.
Short-term solutions are being sought for residents concerned they will be priced out of apartments next to the multimillion dollar San Pedro Creek improvements project.
A March 1 deadline looms, at which time Councilman Roberto Treviño has promised to present a plan for the dilapidated building’s future.