It’s a Monday tradition in the South to put on a pot of red beans. For local restaurants, helping the San Antonio Food Bank is another tradition.
Local agencies are offering to help furloughed federal workers, even as the president and Congress have agreed to temporarily reopen the government.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, who recently broke with his party to vote for reopening the government, spoke with the Rivard Report in a wide-ranging interview.
To support those affected, businesses and organizations around town are offering free or discounted goods and services.
County employees started cleaning restrooms at the missions starting Dec. 28, and the National Park Service took over bathroom duty on Sunday.
The U.S. government was headed toward a partial shutdown Friday, thanks to the Congressional fight over funding a border wall.
Before the Senate’s midday vote Monday to reopen government, federal employees and tourists in San Antonio got a taste of a shutdown.
Tourists will experience a slightly different version of San Antonio’s Spanish-colonial Missions if they choose to visit on Monday.
I’ve always had an Independent streak, politically speaking, and never have been completely comfortable with political labels, especially the traditional “liberal vs.
Walk, roller blade, cycle, canoe, kayak.