Commentary: We celebrate wealthy people who donate to causes that exist because of the very forms of structural inequality that powerful politicians have produced.
Commentary: With his tweet calling out Trump donors, Rep. Joaquín Castro injected a megadose of national partisan vitriol into the local community.
Commentary: NuStar Energy’s tournament has raised $42 million over 13 years for Haven for Hope, spearheaded by the company’s chairman, William “Bill” Greehey.
The opposition to the plan is prompting one City Council member to say he can’t support a version of the plan that includes any new regulations or mandates.
City and County officials should set a goal of increasing Haven’s public funding to 60 percent and reducing dependence on private funding to 40 percent.
NuStar Energy employees traveled from across Texas to cook nearly 3,000 pounds of brisket, chicken, sausage, and ribs for the Haven community.
Roy Maas celebrated the grand opening of the Mike Koiner House, a transitional home which will house young people between the ages of 18 and 21 who have aged out of foster care or kids who grew up in abusive and/or neglectful homes.
Pipeline operator NuStar Energy came in at No. 10, and USAA, the financial services company to the military, placed at No. 34.
Bill Greehey made his third annual gift of $1 million to St. Mary’s University’s Greehey Scholars Program, a program that focuses on servant leadership.
Haven for Hope announced Monday that longtime San Antonio businessman and civic leader Kenny Wilson was selected by its board to become its president and CEO.