The City’s Historic Design and Review Commission tabled a vote on a design for the first phase of Alamo Plaza’s redevelopment.
Two local nonprofits have launched tools aimed at expanding access and understanding to San Antonio’s multitude of school systems.
The Bexar County hospital system will have operating expenses of $2.02 billion for 2020, up from $1.9 billion in 2019, as it upgrades facilities.
University of Texas researchers concluded most passages in the 2019 STAAR reading and writing exams fell within or below the test’s grade level.
City of San Antonio and firefighter union representatives met Monday for the first in a series of arbitration sessions that will lead to a labor contract.
The City has launched a survey to understand the scope of the digital divide, a problem that affects a quarter of San Antonio residents.
SPONSORED: Each of The DoSeum’s current exhibits and programs feature play in a unique and enriching way, with the aim of educating the whole person.
SPONSORED: Four of the colleges within the Alamo Colleges District offer associate’s degrees in cybersecurity training.
An excerpt from a children’s fiction book by Amada Perez tells of a child and her family preparing to move from Mexico to the United States.
The 25th annual Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza, which some call the toughest mariachi competition in the world, will be held in San Antonio next week.