From recognizing community helpers to helping community organizations do even more good, the last seven days have seen New Braunfelsers pushing to make the city better than ever.
Monday marked the filing deadline for candidates to throw their hats in the ring for the March primary elections across the state — and plenty of people took advantage of that.
When a man accused of aggravated sexual assault was mistakenly released by the Comal County Sheriff’s Office this week, the first question that came to many people’s minds was a simple one.
Today marks one of the busiest travel days of the year with cars packing the highways and airplanes packing the skies as everyone tries to get to family and friends for the Thanksgiving holiday.
New Braunfels has a transportation problem. If you’re a tourist who want to use a park and ride to get to events or to get to the river, chances are you’re covered.
When the newspaper launched its HZ Focus series in March, in which it takes an important topic and breaks it down over a month of Sunday stories, it was clear there wouldn’t be a shortage of topics.
Late last week a pair of local school districts were trying to untangle a mess on social media — something the teachers who manned the one-room schoolhouses of long ago couldn’t even begin to imagine.
- NB officer arrested, facing child porn charge
- New Braunfels police launch manhunt after bank robbery
- NB man arrested on capital murder charge
- SA Street’s Comal Bridge awaits cap installations
- Armando Garcia, Sr.
- Show raises $25,000 for nonprofits affected by Wurstfest fire
- New Braunfels couple decks the halls
- Keith Allen Seelhammer
- Anita Rios
- Margaret Ann Bird