Most of the 3,000 bars in the county have already reclassified as restaurants, allowing them to reopen so long as they serve food.
In what may foreshadow an oncoming wave of Christmas-themed cancellations, the River Walk association announced Tuesday this year’s Ford Holiday River Parade has been canceled.
Café Cotidiano, a coffee and bakery trailer created by the San Antonio Mennonite Church in Southtown, opened last week to support asylum seekers who spend time at the church as they pass through.
The Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner—a family-run charity event that annually feeds about 25,000 people—is getting a makeover due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hopscotch has revealed the full list of participating artists as well as details on its food and beverage offerings.
Before COVID-19 hit, day laborers routinely earned as much as $180 a day. But things have gotten tight, as they have for many of the people who would normally pay them for their work.
Just before the turn of the last century, artist Anne Wallace won a commission to embark on a years-long public art project exploring the rich history of Lavaca.
In an effort to keep local COVID-19 hospitalizations on the decline, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg urged residents to keep their guard up over Labor Day weekend.
Early Wednesday morning, artists and volunteers completed a poetic street mural around downtown San Antonio’s Travis Park in the familiar yellow block letters of the Black Lives Matter movement.
In a resounding a win for COPS Metro Alliance, San Antonio City Council voted Thursday to allocate $75 million in its federal coronavirus recovery funds to workforce development.