A New Braunfels man in his 60s who died in a local hospital on Monday is Comal County's 128th COVID-19 death, officials said on Wednesday.
Thanksgiving holiday weekend usually features heavier than normal traffic, and area law agencies will be on the watch for intoxicated and distracted drivers, and vehicle passengers not wearing seat belts.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday awarded $825,000 to 21 local nonprofit agencies as part of the COVID-19 Nonprofit Business Interruption Grant Program, administered by the McKenna Foundation on behalf of the city and supported by a federal government grant allocation.
Comal County's COVID-19 death toll stands at 127 after public health officials added two recent deaths to its data as well as 60 additional cases of the virus on Tuesday morning.
The Comal Independent School District trustees informally preferred to schedule the district’s next bond election for November 2021 and received an update on diversity efforts during a rare Thursday morning session last week.
The cancellation of the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner because of the pandemic doesn’t come as a surprise to organizer Cheryl Craft. She had first-hand experience with COVID-19 and its dangers over the summer.
Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, Comal County Commissioners will meet Tuesday to consider additional expenses involved with the Comal County Wide Radio System Project.
Thousands of twinkling lights lit up the Main Plaza of downtown New Braunfels on Friday for the upcoming holidays, although the traditional ceremony and countdown took place virtually.
New Braunfels City Council members on Monday are expected to consider awarding funds as part of the COVID-19 Nonprofit Business Interruption Grant Program, administered by the McKenna Foundation on behalf of the city and supported by a federal government grant allocation.
Comal County added another 50 cases of COVID-19 on Friday morning as the number of locals hospitalized and number of local hospital beds used continues to inch higher.
Work on the New Braunfels Utilities’ Aquifer Storage and Recovery project continues at New Braunfels Regional Airport, reaching the next phase of its evolution.
For the second straight week, health officials warned Comal County commissioners that COVID-19 cases are clearly on the rise again.