As temperatures dropped well below freezing, outreach workers canvassed downtown offering homeless rides to emergency shelters. Many refused.
For most of the week, the Granada Homes’ elderly residents had no water or heat. As of Saturday morning, things are starting to return to normal.
The reports starting coming into the Heron news tip hotline this week: The pits at Pinkerton’s Barbecue are smoking.
In December, the San Antonio Housing Authority broke ground on a 213-unit, mixed-income apartment community in the Lavaca neighborhood.
In December, UTSA began expanding its downtown presence with the construction of a six-story building on Dolorosa that will house its new School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center.
San Antonio’s emergency housing assistance program could expand to cover six months of rent or mortgage payments for those struggling during the pandemic.
The San Antonio Housing Authority will recommend to its board of commissioners today that SAHA “self-develop” the courts with the intent of keeping its roughly 1,200 low-income residents in the public housing property.
The City of San Antonio has received $46.7 million for emergency rental assistance as a result of the CARES Act that Congress passed in late December. In a memo to the City Council yesterday, Erik Walsh said no less than 90% of the federal stimulus dollars must be used to help San Antonians pay rent […]
More than 25 Farmers Market Plaza vendors are participating in a pop-up mercado at the Centro de Artes building, 101 S. Santa Rosa Ave., at Historic Market Square.
Here are the most news-worthy stories of 2020 for the downtown San Antonio area.