Ramos Boxing Team owner Arthur Ramos Jr. launches dreams of boxing greatness at the Southside gym known for being as kid-friendly as it is professional.
Opinion: The Pre-K 4 SA program is where the path to a good education and a purpose-driven life begins in San Antonio.
The South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce announced Monday its 2016-17 City South Leadership Academy class, a group of 25 rising local leaders that will take part in a curriculum in community-building over the next eight months. In its 30th year, the City South Leadership Academy identifies citizens with the potential to positively impact the Southside and […]
The City anticipates the area surrounding Texas A&M-San Antonio employing at least 15,000 people by 2040. The SA Tomorrow plan is trying to address this growth.
Jimmy LeFlore retired after 20 years managing public art projects for the City of San Antonio.
The Alliance for San Antonio Missions, a group of Southside residents concerned about development near the four Spanish colonial Missions in the Southside, has called for the City to use part of the 2017 Municipal Bond to purchase land surrounding the historic structures. But Alliance representatives said they have yet to receive a response from city officials. This […]
Eighth in a Series: A Rising Southside We continue our series examining the economic, educational and cultural growth on San Antonio’s Southside today with a view from the president of the South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. Links to all stories in this series can be found at the end of this post, including the […]
The Southside has waited long enough for Pearsall Park, their showpiece amenity, according to City Councilman Rey Saldaña (D4). Now, with the public unveiling of the park’s $7.5 million makeover just a couple of months away at most, he reflects on what it will mean for his district to have a destination park in place of […]
Twelfth in a Series: A Rising Southside Today’s stories, written by two Southside natives who now hold elected office, complete the series, “A Rising Southside,” appearing on the Rivard Report over the last two weeks. We published a total of 12 stories exploring the economic, educational, cultural and environmental advances achieved in recent years on […]
Seventh in a Series: A Rising Southside This week we continue our series examining the economic, educational and cultural growth on San Antonio’s Southside. Links to the first six stories can be found at the end of this post, including the series opener: “It’s The Decade of Downtown, But Don’t Miss San Antonio’s Rising Southside. […]