Special Coverage

Written by San Antonio Met... on Nov 21, 2014

Metro Health and the YMCA of Greater San Antonio teamed up to fight the diabetes locally and want to remind the community during national Diabetes Month of its free classes for diabetes prevention and management.

Written by homecenter on Nov 21, 2014

For the first time in 20 years the Habitat Home Centers will be open on Black Friday. Our stores have always celebrated a very long Thanksgiving break, but with a surplus of merchandise in all three stores the doors will be open Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving.

We don’t expect to see customers lining up at our doors at 3 a.m., but with an abundance of great buys available we know that our customers will leave with smiles on their faces and bargains in their shopping bags.

Written by karensadams on Nov 20, 2014

ChildSafe was recently awarded a $12,500 grant by the Texas Bar Foundation for a new program aimed at providing specific services to interfamilial and/or co-residential child victims of sexual abuse and offenders. The program will be a collaborative effort with Bexar County Juvenile Probation to provide intervention services to families with youth charged with sexually assaulting a family member.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Nov 19, 2014

Local screenwriter David Kauffman has been working in maximum overdrive preparing for the red carpet premiere and limited release rollout of his first, full-length motion picture, “The One I Wrote For You,” starring exciting newcomer Cheyenne Jackson and movie veterans Kevin Pollak, Christopher Lloyd and Christine Woods.

Written by lcarter on Nov 18, 2014

There’s no denying San Antonio has a large number of youth and teens hanging over the precipice — in danger of falling into lives as under-educated, chronically unemployed adults; alcohol or drug abusers; or perhaps incarceration. Since 1995, Por Vida Academy Charter High School located on the campus of Blessed Sacrament Academy at 1135 Mission Road has been throwing a lifeline to some of the most vulnerable in our community.