A church’s “community snow day” turns into contagious effort to support others in need with warmth, food, and water.
Funds from a city-initiated tax increment reinvestment zone will be used to restore historic and cultural structures on the West Side.
Assistant City Manager Carlos Contreras has worked for the City since 2009. In March, he’ll leave to lead Goodwill San Antonio as its CEO.
SA2020 released a summary report of 19 metrics related to life in San Antonio during a virtual event on Friday.
Habitat for Humanity of San Antonio faced roadblocks with the coronavirus pandemic. It pushed through and plans to build 51 more homes in 2021.
The 2021 Summer Games, scheduled to take place at Morgan’s Wonderland from April 29 through May 2, have been postponed due to the pandemic.
After a yearlong battering of the tourism industry, the tourism bureau and River Walk organizations have agreed to combine efforts to promote San Antonio.
Instead of a point-in-time count, area nonprofits spent Tuesday celebrating homeless outreach workers, collecting supplies, and raising funds to reach more people experiencing homelessness.
After years of preparation and protests, the San Antonio Housing Authority has abandoned its plan to demolish and redevelop Alazán Courts.
Since September, the nonprofit Community Labs has tested for coronavirus nearly 200,000 people in the community and expanded beyond San Antonio.
Molly Cox will step down as president and CEO of SA2020 next month and be succeeded by Kiran Kaur Bains.
The grants distributed to area nonprofits by the John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation will be curtailed this year, according to the San Antonio Area Foundation.