Samantha “Sam” Magna sat with fellow seniors in the library at South San Antonio High School, waiting for a visit from an alumnus.
Five candidates in the runoff elections restated their support Monday for action on affordable housing, immigrants’ rights, and living wages.
This isn’t the first or even second time that the City has directly funded legal assistance. The measure is expected to be approved on Thursday.
Interestingly, the fight for District 4 has produced fewer candidates than the other council races at play on the May 6 ballot.
In a budget discussion, Saldaña asked the City manager and staff to look for funding to provide legal defense for immigrants and refugees.
Countless volunteers came together to remove trash accumulated in the city’s rivers and creeks during the 23rd annual Basura Bash Saturday.
Councilman Rey Saldaña is deferring his mayoral ambitions for at least two years, opting for a fourth and final term on City Council representing District 4 and the city’s Southside.
President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to undo the tenuous legal protections of more than 740,000 DREAMers, many of them San Antonians.
San Antonio became the second city in Texas to remove questions about previous criminal history from City job applications Wednesday.
Flanked by notable community and business leaders, Mayor Ivy Taylor announced Sunday afternoon that she will be running for office again in 2017.