Written by KarenAdamsPR on May 26, 2020
Bexar County’s Children’s Advocacy Center, ChildSafe, was recently awarded a $14,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation in support of the non-profit’s expanded care coordination and related services for child victims of sexual exploitation, which includes a 24-hour drop in-center with dispatch…
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on May 22, 2020
Written by Texas Tribune on May 21, 2020
By Megan Menchaca, The Texas Tribune May 21, 2020 With Texas’ runoff elections set to happen in the middle of a pandemic this summer, many voters are asking: Do I have to go to the polls to cast a ballot?
Written by rudyarispe on May 21, 2020
Attorney Justin Hill of Hill Law Firm has had a love affair with San Antonio since moving here in 2007 and he has decided to spotlight the movers-and-shakers, charities, events and locales around the city in his recently launched podcast, “The Alamo Hour.” “The Alamo Hour is about the backstories…
Written by Beth Graham on May 19, 2020
Early voting for the July 14 primary runoffs will begin June 29, and of course there is a national election coming up on November 3, 2020. Many may be worrying about going out to the polls during COVID-19. According to the office of the Texas Secretary of State, you may vote by mail if:
Written by rudyarispe on May 18, 2020
Mary Flores didn’t realize just how much 1 ton of produce was until she arrived at River City Produce to see her donation being given to several local nonprofits and group homes on May 13. It’s enough to feed about 4,000 people.
Written by Beth Graham on May 15, 2020
On Saturday, May 20, 1995, the whole community celebrated as the San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) held the grand opening of the "Big Enchilada," the Central Library.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on May 15, 2020
Watch Fred Cardenas of Family Services Association, read an excerpt from "Georgie and the Giant Germ," a coloring book to help children understand the COVID-19 pandemic:
Written by Edmond Ortiz on May 14, 2020
The state of Texas is easing some restrictions, but the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are deep and lasting across the community. Many residents have suffered job loss or furloughs, others have been unable to gain immediate physical or mental healthcare access. Others cannot afford to buy food…
Written by rudyarispe on May 14, 2020
Social isolation imposed under the coronavirus stay-at-home mandates pose a substantial risk for people in recovery from opioid dependency, says Dr. Adam Bruggeman, an addiction medicine doctor. He worries people will fall into a repeat pattern of opioid abuse.