Designed to showcase San Antonio’s tech ecosystem, SA Tech Trek drew larger than expected crowds eager to peek into the offices of downtown startups.
A new Fiesta event – a “tech crawl,” if you will – aims to lure technology enthusiasts downtown to mingle in San Antonio’s growing tech district.
The leadership development program brings together the “best of the best from all sectors of the community” to become positive change agents in the city.
U.S. Rep. Joaquín Castro (TX-20) was appointed to the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) Wednesday.
U.S. Rep. William “Mac” Thornberry (R-Clarendon) assured the audience gathered at Pearl Stable Tuesday morning that there will not be a round of U.S. Military base closures in 2017, though he couldn’t say the same for years beyond that.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush discussed ongoing Alamo mission renovations, veterans’ programming and the state of national politics during a luncheon hosted by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.
Which city has the country’s top-rated cybersecurity higher education program and a high concentration of government cybersecurity agencies and jobs?
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff painted a bright future during his State of the County speech on Tuesday (which also happened to be his 75th birthday), but not without noting the major projects already underway and challenges that lie ahead.
In what’s become a muscle-flexing week for the Democratic Party in Bexar County, U.S. Rep. Joaquín Castro took center stage Wednesday, delivering a keynote address at the Congressional Luncheon hosted by the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.
City officials are budgeting new dollars for the Economic Development Department to build stronger connections with established and emerging industries, pushing workforce development, and seeking local and international economic partnerships.