Sponsored by Celebrating Amid Coronavirus SPONSORED: We still need to feel connected to one another and mark the important milestones of our lives. by Tim McDiarmid Latest Court of Appeals Overturns $706M HouseCanary Ruling by Lindsey Carnett Council to Weigh $80M Workforce Development Program, Small Business Aid by Shari Biediger Mayor: ‘Staying Home’ No Longer Fits Under Governor’s Order by Jackie Wang City and Shop Owners Thank Post-Riot Cleanup Volunteers by Shari Biediger Scaleworks Founders Launch New Ag-Tech Company by Lindsey Carnett More news Texas Sales Tax Revenue for May Drops 13% Over Previous Year The state comptroller said Texas collected about $2.6 billion in state sales tax revenue in May, the steepest year-over-year decline in over a decade. by Cassandra Pollock, The Texas Tribune SwRI Awarded $1.9M Grant to Boost Search for COVID-19 Treatment The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine awarded the one-year contract to develop a treatment in collaboration with the DOD. by Lindsey Carnett Volunteers Aid Cleanup Downtown After Night of Vandalism, Looting Volunteers brought brooms and trash bags Sunday to help downtown merchants clean up after a protest march turned violent, resulting in damage to businesses. by Jackie Wang Commission Approves 14-Story Hotel Sul Fiume on River Walk Construction on Hotel Sul Fiume, located next to St. Mary’s Catholic Church on the River Walk, is expected to start this summer. by Iris Dimmick Mental Health Experts’ Advice for Entrepreneurs Affected by COVID-19 To manage coronavirus-related stress and anxiety, mental health experts encourage more open communication about emotions both at work and at home. by Roseanna Garza 40 Years Later, Valero’s Support for San Antonio Remains Strong SPONSORED: Valero and the Valero Energy Foundation have responded to the public health crisis in direct and measurable ways, including more than $3 million to help frontline organizations meet critical needs. by Joe Gorder Department of Energy Picks UTSA for $111 Million Cybersecurity Institute UTSA has been selected to establish and lead a new federal research institute focusing on cybersecurity, energy efficiency, and creating manufacturing jobs. by Lindsey Carnett SA Airport Passenger Counts Go From Sky High to Record Lows The globetrotting coronavirus pandemic that led to reduced travel in March forced a precipitous decline of passengers at the San Antonio airport. by Shari Biediger Coronavirus Curbs San Antonio’s Memorial Day Weekend Tourism The typical crush of tourists visiting San Antonio for Memorial Day weekend was missing. Experts believe tourism could pick up as the summer goes on. by Emily Donaldson Reopening of San Antonio Bars a Slow Pour Many of San Antonio’s most famous bars are remaining closed despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order allowing bars to open at 25 percent capacity. by Steve Bennett San Antonio in a Box Gives Local Small Businesses a Boost During Pandemic Local resident Allison Craig loves San Antonio so much she figured out how to package it up and send it to people, all while helping local businesses. by Lindsey Carnett Tesla Moving to Texas? San Antonio Wants In, Local Leaders Say Following news that Tesla could be moving to the Austin area, local economic development leaders are hoping to lure a new electric vehicle factory closer to San Antonio. by Lindsey Carnett Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.