Special Coverage

Written by MichaelWhite on Oct 29, 2014

A new book by Heywood Sanders, a professor of Public Administration at University of Texas at San Antonio, takes a hard look at the history, politics and development of convention centers across the United States.

Sanders talked about his  book, Convention Center Follies: Politics, Power, and Public Investment in American Cities, on Oct. 29, 2014 at UTSA's downtown campus.

Written by Allison Baron on Oct 27, 2014

A home for every pet... It seems like a nice idea, but can San Antonio make it a reality?

Becoming a humane community is a goal even larger than the no-kill status San Antonio is on its way to achieving, according to the nationally and internationally recognized speaker who will deliver a keynote address at the San Antonio Area Foundation’s Community Conversation, hosted by the Foundation’s Talk About It! program, Tuesday, Oct. 28, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Pica Pica Plaza Event Center, 910 SE Military Drive.

Written by MichaelWhite on Oct 27, 2014

Four of the five candidates in the special election for San Antonio City Council District 2 answered questions from residents in Mahncke Park Neighborhood Association on Oct. 21.

San Antonio District 2 Candidate Conversation

Written by City of San Antonio on Oct 23, 2014

Downtown San Antonio shines with world-class art, entertainment and dining. Now, a new smartphone app takes the guesswork out of parking, leaving motorists more time to enjoy all that downtown has to offer.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Oct 20, 2014

What does historic designation mean for you and for your property?

The San Antonio Office of Historic Preservation hosted a series of conversations with local residents to explain and discuss the process, the criteria and the impact on an area that is designated a historic district. Click here for more information from the City's website, including details about the current historic districts.