Written by Edward Olvera on Nov 8 2019 - 1:09pm
Watch video of the second public input meeting on the development of a new city park on Cherry Street, The Berkley V. and Vincent M. Dawson Park, adjacent to the Hays Street Bridge. You can replay video from the meeting at this link on San Antonio Parks and Recreation’s YouTube channel. This is the second of three meetings planned for public input.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Nov 5 2019 - 6:05pm
One in five San Antonians live below the poverty line, making the city the most economically segregated in the nation. What does that mean for our community and what needs to happen to address the issue? Replay video of an Oct. 29 community conversation about economic segregation. This video recording was made possible thanks to support from the San Antonio Department of Human Services. Ann Helmke, Faith Liaison with the city's Faith-Based Initiative, guided a discussion at the Little Carver Civic Center with with local leaders who care about solutions:
Written by Edward Olvera on Oct 14 2019 - 12:31pm
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Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Oct 11 2019 - 7:13pm
The San Antonio faith community is not waiting for the courts or Congress to fix Trump's brutal “Remain in Mexico” policy. They're taking to the streets. watch the video:
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Oct 9 2019 - 4:52pm
Sculptures in Mahncke Park by artist Catheri
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Sep 25 2019 - 3:34pm
¡Bienvenidos a San Antonio YWCA Ferua de recursos locales y presentaciones de expertos!
Written by City of San Antonio on Sep 24 2019 - 3:34pm
Update: The baby goat in San Antonio Animal Care Services custody
Written by Laura Romero on Sep 11 2019 - 7:50pm
Just outside San Antonio’s scenic downtown, past the crowds that pack the Alamo and the River Walk, the city is becoming so expensive so fast that many Latinos simply can’t afford to live there anymore. They have shaped San Antonio’s rich Mexican-American culture for generations. But like many minorities living in low-income and rapidly gentrifying urban neighborhoods, they’re struggling to keep up with some of the harshest side effects of economic development: rising property values and shrinking access to transportation.