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Representatives of the developer and Frost Bank led tours and showed off its soaring panoramic views, architectural details, smart technology features, and its nod history.
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Rivard Report 6h
*Sponsored* This month, presents an enchanting new stage production based on a classic Grimm brothers fairy tale. See “The Dancing Princesses,” a beautiful ballet for the whole family:
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Rivard Report 8h
The San Antonio Conservation Society has a new name – the Conservation Society of San Antonio – and a new logo.
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Rivard Report 9h
Holt Cat CEO Peter J. Holt and former Texas House Speaker Joe Straus will lead a new steering committee focused on improving early education in San Antonio.
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Rivard Report 11h
Toyota announced Tuesday it has selected San Antonio for a multimillion-dollar expansion that will bring advanced manufacturing capabilities to the region.
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Rivard Report 12h
. trustees again censured Joseph Treviño for missing meetings, sharing closed session information, and sharing a social media post that contained a racial slur.
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Rivard Report 12h
Harlandale trustees voted Monday to start a superintendent search process for Superintendent Rey Madrigal's permanent replacement.
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Rivard Report 14h
Commentary: "Conversation With the Mayor" will give audience members the chance to pose their own pointed questions to the second-term mayor.
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Rivard Report 16h
Commentary: Political leaders point to mental illness as causing gun violence. Here's a look at some of the madness that appears daily in local police reports.
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Rivard Report 16h
*Sponsored* The Mind Science Foundation's second annual BrainStorm Neuroscience Pitch Competition is Oct. 15 at the Pearl Stable.
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Rivard Report 23h
A shifting of priorities along the Guadalupe River in the early 2000s has led to the lake drain, according to a former river authority official.
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Rivard Report Sep 16
Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5), who chairs the transportation committee, chided TCI leaders for failing to answer her previously posed questions.
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Rivard Report Sep 16
Four Guadalupe River lakes will be closed temporarily to boat traffic, swimmers, and paddlers but not drained as originally proposed, according to an agreement Monday.
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Brendan Gibbons Sep 16
BREAKING: and lakeside residents agreed to a plan to close the 4 remaining Guadalupe River lakes for up to 60 days, but not drain them. Story will be up soon at website
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Rivard Report Sep 16
Texas State University says it misreported campus crimes in recent years and is getting help from federal officials to ensure it submits accurate information. – via
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JJ Velasquez Sep 16
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Rivard Report Sep 16
Holt Cat CEO Peter J. Holt and former Texas House Speaker Joe Straus will lead a new steering committee focused on improving early education in San Antonio.
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Rivard Report Sep 16
Owners of The Lighthouse Lounge at Woodlawn Lake strived to make it "a bar that our dads would like."
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Rivard Report Sep 16
After a fire in October 2017 closed Chris Madrid's, the popular hamburger spot will open with limited hours this week before resuming regular operations.
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Rivard Report Sep 16
*Sponsored* Now in its 14th year, the display of canned-food sculptures has collected over a half a million pounds of food for the San Antonio Food Bank.
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