San Antonio River Foundation Executive Director Estela Avery announced her retirement Thursday, handing over the reigns to Robert Amerman, a tech company executive, architect, and artist.
EPIcenter representatives joined other project officials on a media tour of the former 80,000 sq. ft., 109-year-old historic power plant Wednesday.
EPIcenter, the former CPS Energy power plant on the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River now slated to become a center for energy education and innovation, will be constructed by San Antonio-based Joeris General Contractors, officials announced Friday.
Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB) – a national organization dedicated to growing a community of black women and girls who share a passion for cycling, fitness, and freedom – hosted a free bike ride along the Mission Reach Saturday morning.
Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB), a national organization dedicated to inspiring healthy lifestyles among black females, will host a free bike ride for its San Antonio members along the Mission Reach Saturday, Sept.
Bexar County Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to donate $1 million to Confluence Park in memory of Sara “Sally” Buchanan.
Sara Matthews Buchanan, known to one and all as Sally, and as one of San Antonio’s seminal figures in historic preservation and conservation of the San Antonio River, died Saturday at the age of 73 after battling melanoma for five years.
San Antonio River Authority representatives and elected officials gathered Monday to announce the transfer of $6.2 million in Mission Reach reimbursement funds from the River Authority to the County.
The San Antonio River’s South Channel is finally getting some much-needed attention. In the past three months, the 1.5-mile stretch of the river that winds through the historic King William neighborhood from West Nueva Street to South Alamo, has seen the removal of invasive species, the first planting of three pollinator gardens, and a long overdue clean-up of rotting detritus that had occupied the river for almost a year.
Bexar County Commissioner Sergio “Chico” Rodriguez is lobbying his colleagues on the Commissioners Court to include $1.2 million in next year’s County budget for Confluence Park, a “living classroom” that broke ground Wednesday morning in his Southside precinct on the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River.