Richard Webner, S.A. Express-News

Richard Webner

S.A. Express-News

Austin, TX, United States

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Recent:
  • S.A. Express-News
Past:
  • mySA
  • San Antonio Current
  • NationalMortgageNews
  • Houston Chronicle
  • chicagotribune.com

Recent articles by Richard:

On the owner’s side: Project Control works to keep clients in charge of their construction

Project Control Vice President Andrew Hunt helps clients such as universities, businesses, doctors’ offices and charities manage construction projects. → Read More

Matta-Barrera pushes creating equal opportunities in developing San Antonio workforce

As the daughter of Mexican immigrants, Romanita Matta-Barrera knows firsthand how access to education can shape someone’s life. → Read More

Inflation, rising mortgage rates: Bad for homebuyers, good for single-family rental home investors

Since the early 2010s, major firms in the single-family rental sector have been snatching up San Antonio houses by the hundreds. → Read More

Dogtopia franchisee makes leap from hotel industry to doggy day care

Deven Bhakta is digging into the doggy day care business with plans to open seven locations of the Dogtopia chain across San Antonio in coming years. → Read More

H-E-B’s lack of Apple Pay leads employee to dance in viral video

It’s not the first time social media users have complained about the San Antonio... → Read More

Endeavors president leads diverse nonprofit serving veterans, homeless, disaster victims, migrants

Endeavors has expanded to provide a wide range of charitable services through contracts with the federal government, the state of Texas, and other states and municipalities. → Read More

Cancer ‘brought out the better part’ of Noah Adams — his foundation helps kids fight the disease

Cancer survivor Noah Adams’ Stay Strong Foundation helps children fight the disease → Read More

New Meals on Wheels San Antonio headquarters includes larger kitchen to serve greater demand

The local nonprofit is putting the finishing touches on a 44,000-square-foot campus on a 6.5-acre property near San Antonio International Airport. → Read More

Buc-ee’s hits roadblock on plans to rename Missouri road for its bucktoothed mascot

Beaver Road? “It’s like if there was a street name request to Golden Arch Boulevard.... → Read More

Hallmark University CEO leads expansion into new campus on West Side

Founded in 1969 as an aeronautics school, Hallmark University is celebrating the grand... → Read More

Hemisfair building plans include 28-story apartment tower, three-story retail space

Proposals for the development in the middle of downtown’s tourist district signal confidence in the sector’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Hixon-Cavender partnership moving ahead on Broadway; parking, new brewery are possible next steps

Hixon is considering demolition of two warehouses to make way for parking in the area, which includes plans for a food hall and brewery. → Read More

William Chris Wine Co. founders strive to grow Texas wine industry’s reputation

Friends merge their companies into one that’s powering the Texas wine industry’s growth. → Read More

USAA liable for $10M in damages from Hurricane Katrina case

The jury also ruled that USAA must pay $458,000 in extracontractual damages to the plaintiff and his wife’s estate. → Read More

Ophthalmologist brings light into homeless patients’ lives

Dr. Zack Burkhart, an ophthalmologist who volunteers at I Care San Antonio, a faith-based nonprofit that provides free or low-cost eye care to the homeless and others who would struggle to afford it. → Read More

Whataburger set to expand into North Carolina

If they make the move into Charlotte, North Carolina, it will mark the 15th state the San Antonio-based burger chain has expanded into. → Read More

Chef Elizabeth Johnson blends ancient Indian tradition into Pharm Table menu

Chef Elizabeth Johnson has grown Pharm Table from a subscription service with meals served at her dining room table into a nationally praised culinary destination. → Read More

‘It’s all about service’: After career in Air Force, Anne Krause raises money for Hemisfair

The president and executive director of the Hemisfair Conservancy is raising money to plant about 200 mature trees in Civic Park. → Read More

‘We have all the potential’: Anthony Betori on a quest to broaden access to sex education in Texas

The program director at the local nonprofit Healthy Futures of Texas working to transform Texas into a leader in “high-quality, inclusive, affirming” sex education. → Read More

UTSA launches degree program to train next generation of cyber defenders

The University of Texas at San Antonio has created a new degree program that combines cyber and analytic skills to use artificial intelligence to defend against hackers of the future. → Read More