Research indicates that borrowing money through municipal bonds becomes more expensive for local governments after local newspapers close.
The Rivard Report showcases its most meaningful photographs of the events and people that shaped San Antonio in 2018.
The new Gonzales Gallery in the Rivard Report offices will open Dec. 11 with a public reception for three San Antonio artists.
The Rivard Report on Wednesday announced the lineup for San Antonio CityFest, a first-ever event to celebrate ideas that accelerate progressive change in the city.
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The Rivard Report's staff photographer, Bonnie Arbittier, has won third place in the Institute for Nonprofit News Impact Prizes.
For some San Antonio nonprofits, the cost of providing services surpassed the funds they brought in last year.
The Rivard Report announced three new hires who start this month as we work to sharpen and deepen our coverage of San Antonio.
The work of the Rivard Report's staff of 15 journalists and business team members is underwritten in San Antonio by major donors and individual members.
Wood, another man, and four women had faced five felony charges relating to destruction of property and two misdemeanor counts of rioting.