Read the top business and community news from the San Antonio area from the past week.

San Antonio companies, nonprofits mobilize to help those affected by Uvalde school shooting

There is an increasing number of San Antonio businesses and agencies providing varying kinds of support for people affected by the May 24 Uvalde school shooting that claimed the lives of 19 children and two adults and left several other people injured.

San Antonio officials seek input on Stone Oak’s future

The city of San Antonio has begun a two-year process where Stone Oak residents and merchants are asked to chime in on the far north side neighborhood’s long-term future.

San Antonio blood bank among groups supporting Uvalde shooting victims

San Antonio-based South Texas Blood and Tissue announced May 24 it had sent 25 units of blood to a hospital in Uvalde, Texas, helping to boost emergency aid to victims of a local school shooting that has claimed more than 20 lives, including 18 students.

San Antonio arts groups get boost from north side hotel’s program

An outreach program attached to the owners of a north San Antonio hotel offered a unique event May 26 to better connect local arts organizations and their supporters.

Quinn resigns from Cibolo City Council; Osorio sworn in

During a May 24 Cibolo City Council meeting, District 2 Council Member Steve Quinn officially resigned while Victor M. Osorio II was sworn in.

Edmond Ortiz and Jarrett Whitener contributed to this report.