Active COVID-19 cases in Comal County continued declining on Friday, as that number fell below 1,200 for the first time since early August.
Recoveries continued to eclipse new cases on Thursday, pushing Comal County’s active COVID-19 cases below 1,400, while officials reported three additional deaths.
Since voters turned down the proposal to add the justice center in 2010, the county has spent more than $110 million adding new facilities and renovating old ones.
Thanks to significant growth across many industries in New Braunfels, including tourism-based businesses, sales tax revenue from July sales received this month by the city increased by about $1 million, or 32.1%, compared to the same month last year.
The New Braunfels Family YMCA relocated next to Resolute Hospital last year, and officials say they plan to serve the Creekside area and the broader community however they can.
The Comal ISD board of trustees unanimously approved a release agreement for the former head football coach and athletic director of Canyon High School on Tuesday night in the wake of a grievance he had filed with the district.
Comal County’s cost of construction will go up a little more on Thursday, as commissioners will approve separate change orders for Courthouse Annex and sheriff’s office renovations.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Comal County fell below the 1,500 mark on Wednesday, as recoveries vastly outnumbered new cases, while the number of residents hospitalized with the virus and local hospital usage remained steady, with most of those patients unvaccinated.
Comal County’s COVID-19 death toll rose to 407 on Tuesday with the deaths of two residents, while the number of county residents hospitalized with the virus also increased from the previous day.
The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce on Monday named New Braunfels resident Mallory S. Hines as vice president, convention and visitors bureau.
New Braunfels firefighters quickly extinguished a small blaze that briefly interrupted Tuesday afternoon departures at Hoffmann Lane Elementary School.
County Clerk Bobbie Koepp and her staffers were unpacking boxes, setting up computers and arranging office furniture in the Landa Building on Friday.
Recoveries outpaced new cases to bring Comal County's active COVID-19 case count below 1,600 on Monday, but local hospital use rose during the weekend, with the vast majority of those patients unvaccinated.
The Comal ISD board of trustees will consider a grievance by the former head football coach and athletic director of Canyon High School when it meets Tuesday night.
New Braunfels City Council members on this week gave initial approval to a proposal creating a tax increment reinvestment zone in the downtown area for 25 years.
Comal County health officials on Friday reported an additional COVID-19 death, and new cases slightly outpaced recoveries to set a new active case peak.