Police used teargas to disperse people in downtown San Antonio after incidents of vandalism that followed a peaceful protest to condemn the death of George Floyd.
The looming specter of economic depression has become a significant threat to the real estate industry and both renters and landlords amid COVID-19 turmoil.
With the number of COVID-19 cases steadily rising, Mayor Ron Nirenberg plans to extend San Antonio’s stay-at-home order through the end of April, a spokesman for the mayor confirmed.
San Antonio’s Department of Arts & Culture and the Luminaria Artist Foundation launched a program Wednesday to provide grants to local artists to help them offset lost earnings during the pandemic.
Beginning Saturday, San Antonio’s VIA Metropolitan Transit stopped collecting fares for VIA fixed-route bus service, VIAtrans trips and VIA Link on-demand services.
The city of San Antonio is encouraging residents to assist in the following ways to help others pull through this difficult time brought on by the coronavirus.
Fiesta San Antonio will be postponed in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Rather than getting underway in April, Fiesta 2020 will run November 5-15.
Fiesta, the 10-day citywide festival, scheduled to kick off April 16, is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people to more than 100 events.
Experts caution that San Antonio’s seventh-ranked status paints a false picture. The metropolitan statistical area, or MSA, is a more accurate metric.
Suck It Restaurant Group has confirmed its plans to introduce a new restaurant concept, Suck It: Restaurant & Bar, which will open at St. Paul Square this winter.