Special Coverage

Written by Providencestaff on Apr 04, 2014

Providence Catholic School (Providence) students were recently awarded a total of $17,000 in scholarships at the National Association of Women Business Owners San Antonio Chapter (NAWBO-SA) Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards. The Providence students were chosen for their outstanding business plans created and submitted as part of the NAWBO-SA Entrepreneurial Connections® Business Plan Teen Competition.

Written by San Antonio Cha... on Apr 03, 2014

The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce today released survey results of a citywide poll that indicates a majority of the community supports renegotiating the police/fire union healthcare contract with the City of San Antonio.

The telephone survey was conducted March 4-6 among 501 randomly selected registered voters.

According to Richard Perez, CEO of the Chamber of Commerce, the poll was privately funded by members of the chamber.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Apr 03, 2014

8th annual Chips ‘N Salsa on April 12 benefits SA Youth

Whether you like it hot, medium or spicy, plan on attending the 8th Annual Chips ‘N Salsa, an official Fiesta event that benefits SA Youth during a night of sizzling salsa dancing, casino games, food and revelry.

Written by Philtastic on Apr 01, 2014

Eli Embleton is a graduate student in The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Executive MBA program and a Program Specialist at the UTSA Center of Professional Excellence who conveys his passion through poetry. He is the former CEO of For The Kids (FTK) Dance Marathon at UTSA, a student-run nonprofit that raises funds to support children with pediatric cancer and their families.

Written by San Antonio Met... on Mar 31, 2014

The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District presented today the latest data on the syphilis epidemic gripping San Antonio.  According to preliminary data, the total number of syphilis cases increased 15.2 percent in 2013, with 1,070 reported cases compared to 929 in 2012. The number of syphilis cases acquired within a year of diagnosis increased 14.4 percent, from 569 in 2012 to 651 in 2013.