Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Judge Nelson Wolff have placed a curfew prohibiting people from gathering outside their homes from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning Thanksgiving Day and lasting through Monday morning.
This year’s 36th Annual H-E-B Tree Lighting ceremony will happen virtually this year as a safety precaution amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Roughly 80 housing activists on Saturday gathered on South Flores to protest the San Antonio Housing Authority’s plan to demolish Alazán Courts, among a slew of other grievances.
Metairie, La.-based developer Beau Baudier plans to renovate a circa-1928, three-story commercial building on East Travis Street that has been largely unused in recent memory.
The city has opened an investigation into Icon Apartments for submitting potentially fraudulent applications to the emergency housing assistance program.
Restauranteur Lisa Wong has confirmed plans to demolish the former El Mirador restaurant building in Southtown and build a new restaurant space, where she will move her popular Rosario’s.
First Baptist Church of San Antonio on Tuesday began razing the former Rodeway Inn on the northwest corner of Broadway and 4th Street, which it purchased earlier this year.
A heated zoning fight in Government Hill, which has been ongoing for a year, has come to an end.
San Antonio’s housing assistance program has doled out an average of $2,808 in aid per household, of which more than 85% are renters.
San Antonio voters overwhelmingly approved three sales tax measures Tuesday that will augment a training program designed to help people who lost jobs during the pandemic, boost revenue for mass transit and renew Pre-K 4 SA.