During the early voting period, which ended Friday, a mere 14,489 votes were cast in Bexar County,
The Rivard Report will host “Conversations with the Council” a series meant to spur dialogue in all corners of the city.
The Rivard Report welcomed Beth Frerking to the position of editor-in-chief on Monday as co-founder Robert Rivard transitioned to the role of publisher.
The Alamodome’s revamp was designed to bring the building up to the level of top sports and entertainment venues across the nation.
San Antonio and Bexar County residents are being urged to prepare for the weekend landfall of Hurricane Harvey, with heavy rain expected.
Beth Frerking will leave the The National Law Journal in Washington D.C. to become the editor-in-chief of the Rivard Report in September.
Thomas A. Stephenson, the former publisher of the San Antonio Express-News and later the Houston Chronicle, was named the first executive director of the recently formed Symphonic Music for San Antonio (SMSA), a nonprofit organization with the mission of securing the San Antonio Symphony’s long-term viability in the city.
We sat down with Nirenberg this week for a sneak peek of some of the topics he’ll be exploring on Tuesday.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg announced five final hires for his office on Friday, including counsel for MALDEF Marisa Bono as chief of policy.
As readership at the Rivard Report continues to grow, our editorial and business staff expands with it