Nearly $4 million, possibly more, of San Antonio’s ARPA grant, is not yet allocated, despite a flood of funding applications from service agencies.
SAMMinistries will need more than double the number of candles it brought to the memorial last year, when 71 people who died were honored.
At the small but historic San Antonio National Cemetery, hundreds gathered Saturday to honor the fallen as part of Wreaths Across America.
Haven for Hope president and CEO Kim Jefferies reflects on a year with San Antonio’s largest homeless shelter and services campus.
After a two year hiatus, the Feast of the Heart is back in person at the Henry B. González Convention Center and is expected to feed 25,000.
The nonprofit homeless service center announced Tuesday that Bill Greehey is stepping down as chairman of the board.
The nonprofit that got its start 75 years ago working to establish a medical school continues its work today through funding lifesaving research.
Tuberculosis infects more than 10 million people globally each year, and killed more than 1.5 million people in 2020.
Individuals with special needs will be able to get medical appointments, haircuts, legal advice and more at the new MAC by Morgan’s Wonderland.
Over its 75 years, the world-recognized institute has become a lynchpin in Texas’ scientific research community.
Janie Barrera, president and CEO of LiftFund, brings to the San Antonio Report’s board of directors strong ties to the local small business community.
The Martinez Street Women’s Center is now Empower House. The organization’s name change aims for inclusivity.
The inaugural All American Cup will be held Nov. 11-13 and will feature ATP tennis pros competing in a team format in both singles and doubles.