What will it take to secure the future of the San Antonio Symphony?
The unique history between the City of San Antonio and the San Antonio Symphony may make it challenging to build a strong foundation for the future, but the executive director of the symphony says they’re committed to moving forward.
District 2 councilman wants his half of ‘Brack’ back in redistricting plan
Brackenridge Park is currently split between District 1 and District 2 along East Mulberry Avenue, but the proposed map would place it entirely within District 1 by removing the only two precincts in the district that are fully to the west of Broadway Avenue.
Sky-high property appraisals could prompt a higher homestead exemption for SA homeowners
“You will note...that there will be tax relief this year. And so part of that discussion is how we handle the options that will be presented by staff,” Mayor Ron Nirenberg told council members at the beginning of a Wednesday budget meeting.
Former San Antonio law enforcement officer looks to bridge relations between police and community
Former San Antonio police officer Troy Smith is highly committed to helping the police and community members understand each other’s points of view. He started the “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” workshop to help build bridges.
City of San Antonio, police union negotiators reach agreement on contract
The deal includes various changes to officer disciplinary processes, including an attempt to limit an arbitrator’s power to reinstate fired cops. It also 15 percent in annual raises through FY 2026, along with a 2 percent lump sum payment to officers at the start.
‘We need public outrage about this’: San Antonio cyclists unhappy with vote that eliminated bike lanes on Broadway
The cycling community in San Antonio is outraged by the Texas Transportation Commission’s decision to nix San Antonio plans that would have added protected bike lanes to Broadway Avenue.