Blue Meridian Partners has contributed $8 million to support the work of San Antonio nonprofits on an equitable post-pandemic recovery plan.
Katie Vela, the new executive director of South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless, has a vision to end youth homelessness.
Peggy Pitman Mays loved her family dearly. She also gave generously to the community, the arts, and the field of scientific research.
Almost nine months into the pandemic, hundreds line up at the Alamodome for a food distribution as hunger persists in San Antonio.
The annual Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner, like many other traditions in San Antonio, will look different during the coronavirus pandemic.
Toyota announced it will be donating $500,000 to six San Antonio school districts surrounding its Southside manufacturing plant.
On Sunday, families and friends who have been touched by suicide will gather for the annual Out of the Darkness event.
After working for the Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio for 10 years, Angie Mock will join the San Antonio Report as publisher and CEO.
For the past three weeks, trucks have brought food boxes to be distributed to Eastside residents. Getting to that point has been a struggle.
Proposed ordinance to stop the sale of commercially bred puppies and kittens in pet stores is a win for San Antonio animals, consumers and businesses
SPONSORED: San Antonio Animal Care Services has proposed limiting pet store puppy sales to only dogs coming from shelters and rescues approved by the City.
The San Antonio theater chain will begin weekly assurance testing to make both employees and theater-goers feel safe returning to the movies.
Twenty San Antonio-area organizations dedicated to education received grants totaling a record $65,000 Tuesday.
The additions to the board follow a recent renaming of the San Antonio Report during its eighth year as a trusted local news source.