What are bonds, exactly? Why does San Antonio pay for infrastructure the way it does? As early voting continues on the $1.2 billion bond package, the Heron answers these questions and others.
On Thursday, City Council approved a new agreement with Zachry Hospitality to redevelop the northwest corner of Hemisfair after the company failed to pay rent or meet its construction deadlines in a 2017 deal.
A year after a truncated version of A Night in Old San Antonio, or NIOSA, was held, the popular four-day event returned to La Villita, let’s say, wider than ever.
Thousands of people gathered for Fiesta Fiesta, the official start of San Antonio’s 11-day party with a purpose at Hemisfair on Thursday night.
The 26th Cesar E. Chavez March for Justice returned to the streets of San Antonio this morning following a two-year hiatus because of the pandemic.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and the City Council gave enthusiastic support on Wednesday to the city’s proposal to rewrite a five-year-old agreement with Zachry Hospitality regarding its plan to develop the northwest corner of Hemisfair, a long-delayed project.
Years behind schedule, the construction of Hemisfair’s Civic Park has been delayed in part by Zachry Hospitality’s inability to start construction of its multi-use development.
Several dozen supporters of local Ukrainian Americans attended a benefit concert at Hemisfair on Thursday night.
On Thursday, the City Council unanimously approved the proposed $1.2 billion, 2022-2027 bond package—the largest in San Antonio’s history—a vote that now puts the historic infrastructure plan in the hands of voters in the May 7 election.
All United States Courts personnel have completed their move from the former John H. Wood Jr. Federal Courthouse in Hemisfair into the new federal courthouse at 214 W. Nueva St.