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.
The San Antonio Food Bank experienced historically low inventory levels at the beginning of September but is rebuilding its stock.
This year’s winning sculpture is ForKnife – Battle Hunger, created by RVK Architects in partnership with Lundy & Franke Engineering and F.A. Nunnelly General Contractor.
The 13th edition of CANstruction is now on display at North Star Mall.
The nonprofit only recently began providing food boxes to residents, but that quickly became the No. 1 service requested.
Greg Brockhouse is a City Hall veteran, even if he is still in the first year of his first term as the elected council representative of District 6.
Volunteers prepared 3,750 pounds of ham, 300 gallons of gravy, 3,750 pounds of mashed potatoes, 3,300 pounds of green beans, and 15,000 rolls.
Former Spurs player Tim Duncan announced Tuesday the beginning of an effort to raise $500,000 for hungry San Antonio families during the holiday season, pledging to contribute two dollars for every dollar donated to the San Antonio Food Bank.
The people of St. Croix came by the thousands, some from far away, to receive an early Thanksgiving treat from their native son, Tim Duncan.