Comal County Commissioners and district court officials honored late court administrator Jeannie Villarreal for two decades of county service on Thursday.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday are expected to take up consideration of submitting an application to the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department’s Recreational Trail Grant Program to help fund the development of the Alligator Creek Trail.
COVID-19 patients continued to flow into hospitals across the region on Friday, with Comal County officials saying 80 of its virus patients are now hospitalized.
Texas Department of Public Safety’s “Keep ‘em safe, Texas” campaign aims to make sure all Texas gun owners know how to properly store guns, with the goal of keeping guns out of the hands of those who shouldn’t have them, such as children and criminals.
About 200 people received their first dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday in New Braunfels, as county health officials tested out their mass vaccination plan for the first time.
New Braunfels and Comal County will start 2021 needing bigger mailboxes for their larger sales tax revenue allocation checks from the Texas Comptroller’s Office.
Local authorities are asking the state to grant them the opportunity to set up three vaccine distribution hubs in Guadalupe County.
One or more employees in the district clerk’s office have either contracted or been exposed to COVID-19, leading officials to limit in-person traffic to appointments only until further notice.
As Comal County continues to see additional COVID-19 deaths and hospitalizations, officials reached out to the state to help in testing a mass vaccination clinic on Thursday.
State Highway 46 between New Braunfels and Seguin became a parking lot just before the evening rush hour Tuesday as first responders battled a structure blaze at a nearby RV park.
Comal County Commissioners will honor the late Jeannie Villarreal, longtime court administrator, for her 20 years of service to the county on Thursday.
An argument between two men resulted in one being slashed and taken to an area hospital and the other arrested and taken to the county lockup, police said.
It’s been a tough last year for nursing, long-term and senior communities in Comal County — with isolation, restrictions on visitation and the loss of loved ones — because of the COVID-19 virus.
Sunny and warm. It was the kind of weather organizers of New Braunfels’ annual march commemorating the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday would pray for on Monday.
The city’s park and recreation department continues its mission to bring all-ability playground equipment to New Braunfels parks in hopes of making the parks more welcoming and inclusive for visitors of all ages and abilities.
New Braunfels still made headway in several key economic areas in 2020, considering the challenges the city faced in a year defined by the COVID-19 pandemic.