We recently asked all candidates running for the District 2 City Council seat how they feel about some of the East Side’s most pressing issues, as the San Antonio city election approaches.
In an effort to keep our readers as informed as possible for the May 1 election, we asked all candidates running for the District 5 City Council seat how they feel about some of the West Side’s most pressing issues, and specific items on the ballot.
A growing number of advocates are demanding that the City of San Antonio stop using property tax exemptions to build housing, while Texas lawmakers have a similar debate in Austin.
The Lynd Company and the San Antonio Housing Authority are partnering on a 259-unit development in Tobin Hill. SAHA’s involvement means Lynd’s $58.3 million project will benefit from a full property tax exemption.
We haven’t seen this much snow in San Antonio since 1985.
Here’s a look at what transpired in the downtown San Antonio area as captured by Heron staff and contributing freelance photographers.
For the past few weeks, we’ve visited what are normally downtown San Antonio’s most popular spots for viewing and taking pictures of Christmas lights.
Shortly after news networks announced Joe Biden as president-elect, and Kamala Harris as vice president-elect on Saturday, San Antonians began to celebrate downtown.
As the San Antonio Housing Authority prepares to finish the Victoria Commons development in the Lavaca neighborhood, 20 years in the making, the agency is once again fielding concerns from the neighborhood.
In San Antonio, the term “workforce housing” is used to describe the higher echelon of subsidized housing, but the term is misleading.