Special Coverage

Written by Laura Romero on Sep 11, 2019
Just outside San Antonio’s scenic downtown, past the crowds that pack the Alamo and the River Walk, the city is becoming so expensive so fast that many Latinos simply can’t afford to live there anymore. They have shaped San Antonio’s rich Mexican-American culture for generations. But like many…
Written by Madeleine Nerio on Aug 08, 2019
A Board of Adjustment member said he will ask for a re-vote in a hotly contested Tobin Hill case, after he and another board member said they got confused and cast votes the opposite way they intended.
Written by Madeleine Nerio on Jul 26, 2019
Two 100-year-old storied homes in San Antonio’s Tobin Hill neighborhood are being demolished after a city councilman invoked an ordinance under the city signage code to block landmark protection sought by the community and the city Office of Historic Preservation. The clash between the community,…