Mays Center hosting second annual Anti-Human Trafficking Conference

Texas A&M University-San Antonio will host its second annual Anti-Human Trafficking Conference from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Jan. 23 via Zoom. The conference will have various speakers, including keynote speakerContinue reading “Mays Center hosting second annual Anti-Human Trafficking Conference”

Christmas Eve shoppers keep area malls, thrift stores busy

Last-minute Christmas shoppers kept malls, strip centers and thrift stores busy today. From vintage records to Christmas decorations and tamale holders, merchandise was selling fast at the Roy Maas YouthContinue reading “Christmas Eve shoppers keep area malls, thrift stores busy”

San Antonio organizations partner together, create programs to end youth homelessness

Several organizations across Bexar County are teaming up in hopes of ending youth homelessness. “Although youth homelessness may not be as visible, it’s still a huge issue in our community,”Continue reading “San Antonio organizations partner together, create programs to end youth homelessness”

SA STRONG: Local business woman shares message of hope for RMYA children

She’s the owner of a local Ruth’s Chris Steak House. However, Lana Duke’s purpose in life goes beyond food. Growing up, Lana Duke aged out of foster care and thisContinue reading “SA STRONG: Local business woman shares message of hope for RMYA children”

Jazz point guard Jordan Clarkson Foundation delivers holiday cheer to Roy Maas Youth group

Former Wagner High school standout and NBA Utah Jazz point guard Jordan Clarkson and his foundation delivered gifts to the Roy Maas Youth alternatives in Boerne Saturday afternoon. Thirty-five childrenContinue reading “Jazz point guard Jordan Clarkson Foundation delivers holiday cheer to Roy Maas Youth group”