San Antonio was selected to participate in a national program aiming to develop strategies to promote housing affordability.
A Texas court granted the City’s motion to dismiss its own appeal in litigation over the controversial property neighboring the Hays Street Bridge.
The agency’s interim director, Jennifer Herriott, has said she does not see herself as a permanent replacement at Metro Health.
San Antonio ISD received final HDRC approval on its new district headquarters, allowing construction to begin later this year.
Paula Gold-Williams, president and CEO of the municipally owned gas utility, released a statement Tuesday announcing she will no longer serve as the 2019 chair of San Antonio’s most prominent business organization.
City Manager Erik Walsh officially named Colleen Bridger assistant city manager Tuesday after she served as interim for more than four months.
Just weeks after completing the sale of its investment management arm, USAA could sell another of its businesses to Charles Schwab.
A group of local businesses filed a lawsuit Monday morning against the City of San Antonio to block its paid sick leave ordinance.
Rene Dominguez, the City’s economic development director, is set to become the Texas Research & Technology Foundation’s new COO and president.
Students in Reagan High School’s choir took home the top prize at an international choral competition in Florence, Italy, on Friday.