Special Coverage

Written by rudyarispe on Apr 30, 2018

Over the years, several people have claimed to witness a miracle right in their own kitchen: the image of Jesus or La Virgen de Guadalupe miraculously appearing on a tortilla they were preparing on a comal.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Apr 27, 2018

Nearly 50 residents gathered to remove and replace the Government Hill Alliance Board of Directors in a meeting at St. Patrick's Catholic Church that was carefully scripted and orderly.

Organizers said they were motivated by concern over development in the historic neighborhood and a lack of transparency by the previous board.

Watch full video of the meeting here, and scroll down to read more about the meeting.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Apr 27, 2018

The 4th Convening of the San Antonio Faith-Based Initiative featured an interactive working session facilitated by Trinity University's Dr. Christine Drennon and SA2020's Molly Cox to explore the geographical lines of division and the intentional initiatives of common good in San Antonio.

The meeting was hosted by Rev. Ann E. Helmke, San Antonio's Community Faith-Based Liaison.

This four-video playlist from the meeting includes the introduction, Christine Drennon's presentation, Molly Cox' presentation and the conclusion, pulling it all together.

Written by Beth Graham on Apr 20, 2018

Residents of the near-downtown Mahncke Park Neighborhood Association were surprised and upset when a city planner told them the SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan process would discard their long-standing and detailed Neighborhood Plan, developed at the city’s request.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Apr 20, 2018

In direct contradiction of a city ordinance and the promise of the SA Tomorrow Comprehensive Plan, city staffers are systematically eliminating long-standing neighborhood plans designed to protect the character and future of San Antonio’s urban core communities.

The news came as an unwelcome surprise to city council members at the Comprehensive Plan Committee’s April 19 meeting where they were being briefed on the $1.05 million SA Tomorrow Year Two consulting contract that is up for approval in May.