The City is examining Centro San Antonio’s Public Improvement District funds after an employee allegedly embezzled $175,000 from the nonprofit’s accounts.
The November resignations of the two high profile nonprofit leaders offer an interesting juxtaposition.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg has requested that the City of San Antonio take a serious look at how it works with outside agencies and nonprofits.
Pat DiGiovanni, the president and CEO of Centro San Antonio, resigned Tuesday after it was disclosed that a staffer allegedly embezzled $175,000 over a two-year period from the nonprofit’s accounts without being detected by management.
This year, city officials moved the Christmas tradition from Alamo Plaza to nearby Travis Park.
Centro San Antonio is taking part in a first-of-its-kind study to find the value downtowns add to the cities as a whole.
Common themes in the 2017 City bond process included connectivity, leveraging existing resources, and capitalizing on our history and culture.
Several days ago, a commentary appeared in the Rivard Report that posed and attempted to answer the question, “What defines the San Antonio brand?” It is a great question.
Centro San Antonio hosted a program at the Briscoe Western Art Museum on how “the power of downtown and its regional centers” can make a city stronger.
Starting Tuesday, rideshare drivers who pass a 10-point background check will receive a $25 gas card provided by SAPD, Centro San Antonio, and Tech Bloc.