Tens of thousands of people marched on San Antonio’s Eastside on Monday, paying homage to the late Martin Luther King Jr. half a century after his fatal shooting.
To reflect on all the comings and goings, the Rivard Report compiled a highly subjective list of what’s in the rearview mirror as we leave 2017 behind.
Former State Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon, a Democrat from San Antonio, passed away on Tuesday.
Two very different groups of San Antonians gathered this week to question top law enforcement officials about policies and procedures.
Increased investment in District 2 is good, but it comes with unintended consequences, Councilman William “Cruz” Shaw said.
The lawmakers covered a range of topics, but residents who raised questions focused primarily on local development and the state school financing system.
The City purchased the 84-acre property at 856 Gembler Rd. for nearly $2.3 million in 2012 and is providing incentives to the developers.
Both proposals represent ongoing attempts to solve the decline in taxi service use since ride-hailing companies first came to San Antonio in 2014.
The nonprofit serving abused and neglected children purchased 36 acres of land for its expansion project that includes a new children’s advocacy center.
By working with Councilman William “Cruz” Shaw (D2), the applicants and most of their opponents were able to agree on a compromise “conditional use” zoning change.