New Braunfels City Council approved a resolution supporting the creation of the Lake McQueeney Water Control and Improvement District on Monday night.
The cold weather came through just in time for Gruene’s 4th annual Sip-N-Shop event Tuesday evening, putting shoppers in good holiday spirits as they browsed the historic district’s shops with cups of wine, beer or Gluehwein in hand.
Despite the chilly drizzle, Alex Willyard, 8, looks up toward the gray sky, reaching his hand out to the next rung of an aluminum ladder. Wearing a green harness attached to a belaying rope over his puffy jacket, Willyard slowly makes his way up to a telephone pole with studs on it. His blon…
Intermediate courts of appeals recently affirmed the convictions of two New Braunfels men who were found guilty in the brutal capital murder of Christopher Lowe in 2016.
Once again, a final decision on a controversial affordable housing complex was postponed by New Braunfels City Council members, who voted Monday to delay it until January.
Comal County Commissioners will approve the Nov. 5 election canvass and consider issuing a third ban on outdoor burning when they meet at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in Commissioners Courtroom, 100 Main Plaza in New Braunfels.
After nearly 40 postponements since his indictment in 2008, a Canyon Lake man will finally go to trial on Tuesday to answer charges he sexually assaulted a child in 2004.
New Braunfels showed its support for veterans this weekend with a parade on Saturday, and Wurstfest showed that it salutes more than sausage with a Salute to Veterans Ceremony on Sunday.
New Braunfels Municipal Court offers those with unresolved warrants the opportunity to clear their cases and avoid potential arrest by extending court hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday.
Three people, including a middle school student, were killed in a fiery, head-on collision Sunday evening on Farm-to-Market Road 306, authorities said Monday.
Despite the chilly winds, Clinton Brandt dons his opa outfit, shorts, cap and all. His hat is so covered in Wurstfest pins it hard to see the color of the fabric underneath.
Between 31 different nonprofits across the county, United Way of Comal County is stretching its donors dollars to our neighbors in need.
New Braunfels City Council will consider approving measures that would clear the way for a planned affordable housing community and a long list of post-Wurstfest agenda items when it meets in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday in city council chambers in City Hall, 550 Landa Street in New Braunfels.
Dozens of volunteers with Comal County’s 4-H program will help organize a special livestock show for youth with special needs who otherwise would not have the opportunity to participate.
For 65 years, the Muscular Dystrophy Association enlists fire departments across the country to aid in MDA’s Fill the Boot campaign, which helps kids and adults with muscular dystrophy, ALS and related muscle-debilitating diseases live longer and grow stronger.
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