The proposed rules– aimed at curbing gun violence in neighborhoods and around schools – would relegate new gun shops to higher-intensity development zones.
A City board approved property tax discounts Wednesday for a mixed-use development at the Red Berry Estate on the East Side.
San Antonio City Council approved incentives worth more than $2.3 million for a mixed-income housing project on the near East Side.
The street on the city’s East Side, formerly known as Rio Grande, honors San Antonio blues legend Melvin “Mel” Waiters.
Beginning Tuesday, Google Fiber is being offered for registration in the Northeast San Antonio neighborhoods of East Terrell Hills and Wilshire Terrace.
San Antonio’s children and parents are encouraged to “Dream Tomorrow Today” at an interactive DoSeum exhibition opening June 2.
The controversial project near the historic Hays Street Bridge has highlighted deep divisions in community attitudes towards development, preservation, and design in the Eastside and beyond.
Most neighborhood associations oppose short-term rentals, citing their “commercial use” as incongruent and disruptive in residential areas.
After an SAPD detective was found to have mishandled more than 130 crimes, the department formed an internal task force to develop recommendations for how to prevent that kind of negligence in the future.
Most Council members praised City Manager Sheryl Sculley’s performance over the past 12 years, but want to see a better system in place.