William “Bill” Byers was only 21 when the crew of Apollo 11 stepped foot on the moon marking history for mankind.
Today is the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 and man’s first step on the moon, an event that left a longstanding impression on New Braunfelsers who witnessed it.
Charlie Duke’s smile is just as big as it was 40-plus years ago when he talks about walking on the lunar surface of the moon for the first time.
Wind-whipped waves on Canyon Lake led to tragedy Wednesday, as first-responders recovered the body of a 53-year-old man and rescued four others from choppy waters near Comal Park.
Senior citizens and children were among the many in the audience at the Free Young People’s Concert on Thursday at the McKenna Events Center.
As the owner of the historic Gruene Mansion Inn and one of the founders of the New Braunfels Community Foundation, it may surprise some people that Cecil Eager did not grow up in New Braunfels.
With two lakes already drained after spill gate failures on dams and worries about others, GBRA officials said Wednesday lowering the remaining lakes for safety and inspection was a possibility.
An artificial body of standing water near the New Braunfels Regional Airport drew the attention of local residents earlier this week concerned about it becoming a mosquito breeding ground.
When people enter the Chick-fil-A on 20831 Highway 281 North, they’ll find a board leaning against the wall, with pictures of a baby posted on it.
CANYON LAKE — Comal County Sheriff’s Office deputies released photos of a man who displayed a gun during Saturday night’s holdup of a Canyon Lake pizza establishment.
A woman taking a relaxing float down the Guadalupe River with her boyfriend Saturday afternoon wound up hospitalized after she was allegedly attacked shortly after exiting the river.
Comal County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on a countywide PACE program and consider a resolution declaring intent to maintain the county’s current number of polling locations when they meet at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in Commissioners Courtroom, 100 Main Plaza in New Braunfels.
The detention centers that have been spotlighted in national news drew New Braunfels residents out Friday night for an event that was being held all over the country.
Although CHRISTUS Santa Rosa – New Braunfels has only been in the area for just over a decade, this year CHRISTUS Santa Rosa is celebrating 150 years of healthcare in the San Antonio area.
Before Comal County Commissioners heard from department heads whose requests totaled nearly $112 million in the county’s 2020 budget, they received details on a revised pay scale for county employees on Thursday.
The Comal County Historical Commission an unexpected honor in June, when the U.S. Park Service listed Landa Park’s Comal Springs in the National Register of Historic Places.
In its 23rd season, Cactus Pear Music Festival is bringing 13 world-class artists to four area stages to present four main-stage chamber programs, along with two shorter Casual Classix concerts in the San Antonio community.
The San Antonio Area Foundation invites non-profit organizations serving San Antonio and surrounding areas to apply for 2019 grant funding. Applications are available online at www.saafdn.org and will be accepted through Sunday, July 28.
It’s the middle of summer and long car drives and vacations have many people on the road, spurring Texas Department of Transportation to share driving tips as part of its “Be Safe, be smart” campaign.
Residents of the Élan Westpointe Assisted Living and Memory Care who may have never had the chance to travel in their youth are now getting the chance to “go around the world” thanks to a program offered by the facility.
When Sally Waldner and her family moved from Houston to New Braunfels 10 years ago, Sally said her daughter, Joanie, changed.
Professional stunt juggler Matt Tardy put on a show for the audience at the New Braunfels Public Library on Thursday afternoon. Tardy has been performing for the past 25 years, incorporating juggling, jokes and tricks into his show.
Catherine Carter Land may only be 28, but as a successful documentary producer, involved New Braunfelser and adventurous hobbyist, Land has already made a mark for herself in the community.
Comal County Commissioners on Thursday held a 3½-hour workshop session to review nearly $112 million in requests from various departments for the county’s 2020 budget.
A 32-year-old man was recently sentenced to prison following his February conviction on charges he molested two young girls at Schlitterbahn back in 2013.
Call it a special senior discount. The Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area is eliminating adoption fees for its senior pets and reducing them for all younger pets.
Comal County Commissioners will consider several items in regular session before holding a workshop to discuss 2020 budget requests when they meet at 8:30 a.m. today in Commissioners Courtroom, 100 Main Plaza in New Braunfels.
- Man drowns in Guadalupe River
- CCSO won’t confirm river incident as an attack
- Body found in pocket on Guadalupe River bottom
- Houston-area woman beaten after tubing
- Woman loses $77K in car burglary
- New Braunfels’ faith plays a role in marriage numbers
- NB man sentenced to 99-years for 2017 stabbing
- Joy Lou Schriewer
- Nathan Leon Self
- Michael “Bubba” Taylor