Comal County Commissioners accepted $412,000 in state grants for courts services along with approving $370,000 for budgeted upgrades and improvements at two county parks on Thursday.
New Braunfels Utilities employee volunteers plan to host two community events at one location on Saturday — Operation MedSafe, and Community Shred Day.
Beth Bowers, 15, is the first female Eagle Scout in New Braunfels, and in achieving that she focused her creativity and time on supporting other women.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday appointed a 10-member redistricting committee tasked with helping redraw the boundary lines of the city’s six council districts based on population growth recorded in the 2020 Census.
Residents will have the opportunity to peek into the past, relive the spirit of historic New Braunfels and learn about some of the town’s first founders at the Comal Cemetery Friday and Saturday evening.
New Braunfels city leaders seek public input on projects residents would like included in the city’s next capital improvement plan, the document that guides the city’s priorities on which infrastructure projects to undertake in the coming years.
Kids excitedly perused colorful rows of fresh fruits and vegetables inside a San Antonio Food Bank truck on Friday.
After nearly six years in the Texas House of Representatives, Fredericksburg Rep. Kyle Biedermann on Wednesday announced he would not seek a fourth term representing District 73.
The Spring Branch man accused of critically wounding a Comal County Sheriff’s Office deputy last year fired his court-appointed attorneys and vowed to seek a change of venue for his trial, which now seems likely to begin sometime next year.
Unofficial results from the first of 12 days of early voting didn’t exactly prove a harbinger of a record turnout for off-year elections in Comal and Guadalupe counties.
Comal County's active COVID-19 case count continued to decline on Tuesday, falling below 500 for the first time since July 21, as health officials confirmed three more deaths.
New Braunfelsers celebrated the founding of the city on Oct. 15, 2021 after the event was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event, originally planned for last year, highlighted the city's rich German heritage.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, on the campaign trail in New Braunfels on Monday as a Republican candidate for attorney general, says he wants to serve as an advocate for first responders if elected to the post.
It was both a party and a sanctuary for breast cancer survivors and supporters who endured tough battles with and without fellow warriors at their side this year.
Comal County Commissioners will consider accepting state grants for victim’s services, truancy prevention and specialty courts programs and amended agreements for improvements at county park facilities during their weekly meeting on Thursday.
First responders transported a 59-year-old construction worker to the hospital after he slid off a boat with others replacing one of Lake Dunlap’s spillway gates on Friday.
Comal County's hospitals are reporting COVID-19 patient counts in the single digits for the first time since mid June, health officials reported Monday.
With mud and debris cleared from overnight storms two days ago, the city of New Braunfels reopened recreational traffic on the Comal River on Saturday.
The William and Dolores Schumann Arboretum in Landa Park displays many examples of nature’s glory. Right at the top of that list are the trees. These natural beauties offer, among other things, shade in the summer, food for wildlife and are often just a sight to behold.
Beginning Monday, voters will begin 12 days of early voting for the Nov. 2 elections that feature such an array of issues it is bound to differ from the usual off-year elections.
The 2019 death of a local man after his arrest on drug charges wasn’t reported as an in-custody incident by county authorities, who said they weren’t trying to circumvent state jail protocols.
New Braunfels and surrounding cities will participate in a veterans parade including a “missing man” flight formation to honor the fallen.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday authorized the issuance of general obligation refunding bonds in an amount not to exceed $24.16 million in one or more series to refinance debt.
Come celebrate the adventurous voices of four American master composers when the Mid-Texas Symphony presents “American Voices,” with Akiko Fujimoto conducting, slated for 4 p.m. Sunday at the Canyon High School Performing Arts Center in New Braunfels.
High-water sirens might have saved the lives of campers at River Ranch RV Resort, which was cleaning up in the aftermath of heavy rains that swelled the Guadalupe River overnight into Thursday.
Comal County’s active COVID-19 cases and hospital use numbers continue downward trajectories, a county health official said Thursday.
New Braunfels ISD might allow principals to decide to pay teachers for taking certain days off due to unforeseen or important personal matters.
The aftermath of heavy rains overnight into Thursday morning closed river access in New Braunfels, all Comal Independent School District facilities and has led to bus delays in the New Braunfels ISD, officials said.
Comal County's active COVID-19 cases dropped more than 100 on Wednesday as officials reported 132 recoveries and 31 new infections.
Comal County’s Historical Commission was anything but quiet during the pandemic, and it continues to work toward celebrating and preserving the county’s rich history.
Work is near completion on the North Kuehler 30-inch to 33-inch interceptor project, a major wastewater capital improvement project that will upgrade and replace multiple interceptors that have become damaged due to aging, according to New Braunfels Utilities officials.
Comal County commissioners don’t have an agenda item addressing ongoing construction this week, but they will consider approving several other items during their weekly meeting Thursday.
Comal County's COVID-19 death toll rose to 438 on Tuesday morning as officials reported three new fatalities as active case numbers continued to fall.
Two motorcyclists traveling together on Farm-to-Market Road 306 were killed Friday evening when one cycle careened into a tree and the other was struck by an oncoming pickup truck, injuring the driver and killing a passenger of the truck, authorities said.
A 25-year-old Seguin man was arrested early Saturday morning after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend before pulling a gun on others inside a New Braunfels residence, police said.
New Braunfels first responders doused a vehicle fire in the northbound lanes of Interstate 35 just north of the Loop 337/Rueckle Road exit around 11:15 a.m. Monday.
A pickup truck collided with two motorcycles Friday evening, killing both motorcycle drivers and sending both occupants to the hospital, authorities said Monday.
The number of Comal County residents hospitalized with COVID-19 and local hospital usage have fallen significantly over the past few weeks, releasing the pressure valve on health care workers and facilities.
Monday’s New Braunfels City Council 6 p.m. meeting will feature a public hearing and the first reading of an ordinance amendment revising the starting date for water recreation shuttle loading zones on West Lincoln Street, Liebscher Drive and South Gilbert Street.