The State Board of Education voted Friday to approve two new charter schools’ applications for the San Antonio area. The schools are slated to open in 2020-21.
Six speakers. Twenty images each. All came from vastly different backgrounds, but by letting an audience into their worlds, they offered a deeper look at themselves and their small parts of San Antonio.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilwoman Ana Sandoval helped distribute food to victims of last week’s storm.
Adriana Rocha Garcia defeats Johnny Arredondo and secures the District 4 seat with 72.4 percent of the vote.
Gloria La Riva spoke about Venezuela’s political situation at an event hosted by Esperanza Peace and Justice Center and the local chapter of the Party for Socialism and Liberation.
A new pedestrian bridge between Loop 410 and West Military Drive aims to increase safety.
On Thursday, the Alamo City Opera board decided to dissolve the company after the April death of its founder, Mark Richter.
The land swap deal comes amid a contentious debate between developer Mitch Meyer and area residents and local preservationists.
The site where sulfur springs were first discovered in 1892 came full circle when a five-week drilling effort reached a spring of geothermally heated groundwater.
The Brackenridge Park Conservancy originally objected to Kiddie Park’s relocation to the zoo due to potential for increased noise and foot traffic.