City Council on Wednesday was briefed on the proposed Fiscal Year 2018 budgets for the City’s parks and recreation, libraries, and municipal court systems.
Libraries empower people with knowledge and tools that can help them grow so they can transform their lives and the lives of those around them.
Pride Month is an annual summer tradition that celebrates the contributions and presence of San Antonio’s LGBTQIA communities.
Towles has pulled off one of the hardest tricks in fiction writing: following a critically acclaimed debut novel with one that is even better.
To celebrate their fifth year of hosting the growing event, officials created an easy and accessible way of navigating the festival’s many happenings across town.
The Public Library has equipped the branch with a diverse book selection and spaces designed to enrich the experiences of the community it serves.
Speakers at San Antonio’s first Digital Inclusion Summit advocated for bridging the digital divide by extending high-speed internet access citywide.
The 10 winners were local students in grades 7-12 who wrote stories based on this year’s contest theme of “Building Bridges.”
The committee also heard from residents about a few projects that City staff has not formally recommended for the May 2017 bond.
A Council-appointed citizen bond committee got its first look Tuesday at the City of San Antonio’s proposed $120 million facilities bond program.