San Antonio Business Journal Features TAAHP Past President Debra Guerrero – TAAHP

TAAHP Past President Debra Guerrero was recently profiled in the San Antonio Business Journal for her accomplishments and journey from her service as San Antonio Councilwoman to becoming a pillar in the affordable housing development community. Debra Guerrero has always had a passion for improving the communities of San Antonio, and she thrives at bringing … Read more

Organization name change has Southside business leaders looking further south – KSAT San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – Predicting further growth is inevitable, the South San Antonio Chamber Commerce has changed its name after 40 years to South Texas Business Partnership. Its slogan, “All roads lead south,” speaks to its new outlook, said Connie Gonzalez, chair of the organization. “It was time to expand and start really talking to our … Read more

A Bexar County sheriff’s deputy won’t face discipline after tazing unarmed teenage asylum-seeker – Texas Standard

Last year, the investigative podcast “Reveal” looked into the tazing of a teenage asylum-seeker by Bexar County Sheriff’s Deputy Patrick Divers. Body-camera footage obtained by the news outlet revealed Divers tazed the 16-year-old who was in federal custody, living in a migrant shelter in San Antonio, for 35 seconds. The incident raised concerns about how … Read more

Melanie Fry Selected to the 2022 San Antonio Business Journal 40 Under 40 List – Dykema

Dykema, a leading national law firm, is proud to announce that Melanie Fry was selected as one of San Antonio Business Journal’s 2022 40 Under 40 honorees. She will be honored at a rock-and-roll-themed event on March 23, 2022. According to the San Antonio Business Journal, the list recognizes professionals under 40 who have demonstrated … Read more

Texas entertainment group plans upscale entertainment center in San Antonio – KSAT San Antonio

Editor’s note: This story was published through a partnership between KSAT and the San Antonio Business Journal. A Dallas-based entertainment company announced plans Tuesday to expand to San Antonio. Pinstack, an upscale entertainment and dining chain — operated under parent company Entertainment Properties Group Inc. — announced in a press release its fifth Texas location … Read more

San Antonio Black-owned restaurants and businesses you can support right now – San Antonio Current

Unique and successful Black-owned businesses abound in San Antonio, and we’re kicking off Black History Month by highlighting nearly 50 of those ventures. These local entrepreneurs are award-winning chefs, celebrated healthcare providers, respected fitness pros and more. Their continued financial successes lift up the whole community. Original News Source