The Victory Center at San Antonio College allows veterans to access all the services they need for college in one central location.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff on Wednesday announced a new partnership to help connect veterans and their families to jobs in Bexar County.
On Memorial Day, Edgewood Vietnam veterans honor fallen classmates and give back to the West Side San Antonio community that raised them.
More than 400 people – many veterans dressed in uniform – saluted loved ones, friends, and colleagues, at times shedding tears and offering prayers.
With the City Council’s approval to re-zone a 215-acre site at the former Pecan Valley Golf Course, the long-awaited Valor Club is closer to reality.
Bunker Labs, a national nonprofit offering veterans resources for business development and employment, chose a prime spot for its 17th chapter: San Antonio’s downtown tech district.
Saturday is Veterans Day, the anniversary of the signing of the 1918 armistice that ended World War I. And if you wanted to find a veteran to thank in San Antonio, the Acadiana Cafe was the place to be.
“Military City USA” is gaining a new therapeutic resource for active duty military personnel and veterans.
Esperanza and Miguel Perez Sr. entered the United States from Mexico with their son and became legal permanent residents in the late 1980s.
Now officially designated as “Military City, USA,” San Antonio can provide its 153,122 veterans with the support services they need most.