Area leaders spoke Tuesday at the Digital Inclusion Forum, a series about the consequences of San Antonio's digital divide and how to bridge the gap.
A low-income community on the West Side is set to receive free Wi-Fi after the Housing Authority took home third place Tuesday in a national grant challenge.
With a chance to win as much as $400,000 in funding, the San Antonio Housing Authority made the final cut Thursday of a national contest to address the digital divide.
A recent study finds San Antonio among those U.S. cities with the highest percentages of households lacking internet access at home.
Organizers of two community art projects will seek public input during May and June workshops at several locations citywide.
More than 750 residents at Cassiano Homes on the Westside could get free Wi-Fi if the SA Housing Authority wins a national grant challenge.
More than 65 percent of the Alazan Courts residents want to see new construction on the lot, according to Housing Authority officials.
City Council District 5 is now home to a pilot program in which private-public partnerships aim to address the housing needs of low-income residents.
Newly crowned with a UNESCO World Heritage designation, the city is pioneering a preservation approach that values people as much as buildings.
Tras años de activismo de base, San Antonio empieza a utilizar la preservación histórica como herramienta para ayudar a revitalizar barrios.