More than 3,000 city officials and professional staff from all over will convene in San Antonio this week for City Summit.
Mark Eads, who has led Southside Independent School District through turbulent times since his hiring in May 2016, will offically retire June 30, 2020.
Design consultants revealed two preliminary design options for a new park next to the historic Hays Street Bridge.
San Antonio City Council approved a zoning change Thursday that will allow the Housing First Community Coalition to establish a campus that will provide housing and services for older homeless people.
A judge who heard a full day of arguments on both sides of the paid sick leave debate Thursday said he would have a ruling before the end of the month.
Lime, Lyft, and Razor have been recommended to receive three contracts to operate electric scooters in the city beyond this fall.
City Council is set to vote next week on a nearly $5 million contract for the San Antonio Police Department’s new records management software.
Spire Risk Management, a new insurance consulting firm, has made its first acquisition.
The current facility closure will impact approximately 180 employees.
With the majority of Bexar County votes and all of Atascosa County votes tabulated, the $20 million Somerset ISD bond appears to have gained voter approval.