Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5) entered Guadalajara’s stately municipal palace Thursday for the start of the first-ever All Mexico-US Sister Cities Mayors’ Summit.
The City’s Arts & Culture department’s new five-year strategic plan, CulTÚArt, will focus on cultural equity to make the arts accessible to all San Antonians.
Three major hurricanes hit the United States and three powerful earthquakes struck Mexico. With so much devastation, it was hard to figure out how to help.
Two local San Antonio business leaders will accompany a private plane full of supplies to aid disaster victims in Mexico.
There were 2,086 documented sexual assaults in Bexar County in 2015, according to the Department of Public Safety’s annual crime report.
A study by the grassroots organization Texas Works Together says Senate Bill 4 will cost between 165,000 to 248,000 jobs in Texas.
Even dedicated free-traders recognize the merits in updating the ’94 agreement to reflect the arrival of the internet era and other changes in the business.
The Rivard Report is partnering with the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to offer an opportunity to converse with Nirenberg on Tuesday, Aug. 8.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) are known for being at odds on several issues, but during a mayoral debate hosted by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, they teamed up to defend the 2017 Municipal Bond after Manuel Medina called it a fiscally irresponsible package that prioritizes projects by “friends of the City.”
SAISD Superintendent Pedro Martinez outlined the innovative changes he is pursuing in accordance with the blue print he laid out at last year’s address.