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.
Speakers at San Antonio's first Digital Inclusion Summit advocated for bridging the digital divide by extending high-speed internet access citywide.
A new federal lawsuit alleges that a law protecting a landlord’s ability to refuse housing vouchers is unconstitutional and violates the Fair Housing Act.
David Nisivoccia's position as the SA Housing Authority's interim president and CEO was made permanent Tuesday by the agency's board of commissioners.
The organization received 17 applications from across the country to fill the vacancy, and eventually interviewed four final candidates.
The City Council's Housing Committee unanimously voted Wednesday to endorse efforts to obtain housing tax credits for apartment communities planned for the East and Westside.
Donna Zarbin-Byrne and Diana Rodriguez were struggling in the 100-degree heat. After several hours working under the sun mixing cement for one of their sculptures at the Gardens at San Juan public housing complex, the two artists were hitting a wall.
It’s not just a new, mixed-income residential housing project that's going up in the Wheatley Courts Choice Neighborhood on the Eastside: The level of pride and success residents have in their community is rising, too, officials said Thursday.
Until two weeks ago, most of the students in the ConnectHome training program had never used or owned a personal computer, but they celebrated their new found computer skills – and new MacBook Pros – during a graduation ceremony Thursday afternoon.