Republican leaders in four Texas counties shared racist Facebook posts, some of which also floated conspiracy theories, leading Gov. Greg Abbott to call for two of them to resign.
New Braunfels ISD and Comal ISD will continue with their curbside service this summer to provide children 18 years old and younger with healthy meals at no cost.
A New Braunfels woman on a bucket-list float trip might have kicked the bucket instead had it not been for the swift action of three teens who pulled her from the Guadalupe River and helped reach safety.
A local auction gallery will host a live auction on Saturday featuring items unearthed during a 2008 excavation of the Alamo.
After a semester of online schooling due to the coronavirus, the Canyon High School class of 2020 was reunited as they received diplomas on Wednesday evening. The graduation ceremony was held at the Cougar Stadium and followed social distancing guidelines throughout the evening.
The demonstration on Tuesday in downtown New Braunfels wasn’t nearly as large as in some other cities, but the message was the same. And it was peaceful.
The city of New Braunfels will accept drop-offs of bulky goods at several locations from 7 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 27 for residents to bring in bulky disposal and recycling items.
A San Antonio man who argued with two Corpus Christi women before backing into them with his pickup truck was arrested on aggravated assault charges Monday, police said.
The majority of businesses responding to a survey conducted by the city of New Braunfels in April reported revenue losses of at least 40% during the COVID-19 pandemic, with a plurality reporting losses of at least 80%.
Circle Arts Theatre presents, ‘Love, Loss, & What I Wore,’ a play by Nora and Delia Ephron who wrote it based on a novel by Ilene Beckerman. Using wardrobe as a time capsule, this comedic drama is a series of stories that explore the inner conflicts that plague all women. You will experi…
The spike in New Braunfels' COVID-19 cases that county health officials expressed concern about over the weekend continued on Tuesday as the city added seven new cases — including a patient in their 30s who is now hospitalized.
An autopsy has been ordered to find out exactly why a 22-year-old Houston woman died after she had trouble breathing after going unconscious in the Comal River Saturday afternoon.