The city of San Antonio is preparing to revive a program that has helped thousands of San Antonians pay their rent or mortgage, utility bills and other living expenses.
With the CDC eviction moratorium coming to an end on July 31, San Antonio’s Emergency Housing Assistance Program will continue to accept applications for rental and utility assistance.
A day after Gov. Greg Abbott announced plans to fully reopen businesses and end the state’s mask mandate, small business owners across Texas found themselves struggling to decide what to do next.
San Antonio’s emergency housing assistance program could expand to cover six months of rent or mortgage payments for those struggling during the pandemic.
You might ask new downtown business owners if they’re crazy to open during the pandemic. Some say it’s the perfect time.
The City of San Antonio has received $46.7 million for emergency rental assistance as a result of the CARES Act that Congress passed in late December. In a memo to the City Council yesterday, Erik Walsh said no less than 90% of the federal stimulus dollars must be used to help San Antonians pay rent […]
In the state’s largest metropolitan areas, vaccine distribution centers like hospitals and pharmacies are more common in white, affluent neighborhoods.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Judge Nelson Wolff have placed a curfew prohibiting people from gathering outside their homes from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning Thanksgiving Day and lasting through Monday morning.
This year’s 36th Annual H-E-B Tree Lighting ceremony will happen virtually this year as a safety precaution amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The city has opened an investigation into Icon Apartments for submitting potentially fraudulent applications to the emergency housing assistance program.