Each year, the Kops and Kids Safety Picnic combines a fun-filled evening of games and prizes with an opportunity to meet New Braunfels Police Department personnel in hopes of fostering — and also strengthening — the bond between citizens and officers.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has signed a bill into law that will ban minors from receiving certain types of puberty blockers, hormone therapy and gender-transition surgeries.
Pull out those dancing shoes — or possibly the comfiest folding chair from the garage — because Live @ Landa is returning this week.
The Downtown New Braunfels Association will host a “Play at the Platz” event on Sunday, June 11 from 4 to 8 p.m.
Although the building at 2679 Katy Street in New Braunfels may seem like a single house, it actually represents the 52nd and 53rd homes that Comal County Habitat for Humanity has helped to actualize.
New Braunfels police detained six teenage boys on Thursday night after the group allegedly led officers on a chase in a stolen car.
The Texas Legislature adjourned its regular session on Monday.
EdenHill Communities resident Herb Skoog was honored with the Inspirational Senior Texan Award at the LeadingAge Texas conference on May 22.
A SHOT AT REDEMPTION: Benefit aims to help Canyon Lake animal shelter rebuild after leadership change
Ginger Duryea greets Zeus the German Shepherd with a treat inside his kennel at the Canyon Lake Animal Shelter Society.
A Davenport High School senior died in a car crash on May 26 — the same day the school hosted its graduation ceremony.
June 5 marks the first day of early voting for the New Braunfels City Council District 6 runoff election.
On May 23, the Comal County Conservation Alliance (CCCA) hosted a celebration to present the Jensie Madden Comal Conservation Award to sisters Joyce Moore and Cindy Martinez.
For the fifth time in school history, Canyon softball is taking its talents to Austin.
New Braunfels police arrested three men on Monday who allegedly stole a gun from a truck and led officers on a chase down I-35.
New Braunfels High School has announced a new principal for the school of nearly 2,000 students.
Christian Youth Theatre (CYT) is introducing two spring productions this June — “High School Musical Jr.” and “The Spongebob Musical.”
BOLSTERING THE BLUE: Ernesto’s Jewelry in New Braunfels awards inaugural first responder scholarship
From a young age, Ashley Eicher knew she wanted to be a police officer, having been intrigued by anything related to criminal justice — even “Scooby-Doo” and “The Great Mouse Detective.”
At least five people were arrested in Comal County over the Memorial Day weekend for boating while intoxicated.
New Braunfels racked up a dozen Texas Travel Awards this year.
On Monday, New Braunfels military veterans holding American flags gathered with families dressed in red, white and blue for a Memorial Day ceremony at the city’s Veterans Memorial.
The World Beer Cup celebrates both the science and artistry of brewing beer, with over 100 style categories and competitors from all over the world.
Since 2017, the Summer Earn and Learn (SEAL) program has provided students with disabilities the opportunity to have paid work experiences through different career paths.
It was a celebratory week throughout Comal County as several area high schools hosted graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2023.
Law enforcement arrested two Canyon Lake men this week on charges of distributing crystal methamphetamine.
On Monday, New Braunfels will honor and mourn those who died while serving in the military.
A home in New Braunfels is heading toward historic landmark designation after Monday’s city council meeting.
Although the Tuesday morning sun beat down heavily on New Braunfels residents, it didn’t stop many from celebrating a life-changing moment for the Roberts family.
Monday’s New Braunfels City Council meeting began with election actions and the celebration of the work of city leadership in the past — as well as anticipation for the future.
Comal County is one step closer to building a trail on 290 acres of undeveloped land south of River Road.
The City of New Braunfels will close Klein Road from Dove Crossing Drive to Roadrunner Ave. for at least four months to build a bridge over a low water crossing.
The Unicorn legacy will live on in a revamped New Braunfels High School.
New Braunfels Fire Department crews didn’t know what to expect last week when they were called to Comal Iron and Metals.
The Smithson Valley High School gym is filled with balloons, college pennants, uniformed servicemen and women and proud parents.
Tara Kohlenberg carefully adjusts a mannequin’s hat in an exhibit at the Sophienburg Museum & Archives.
The New Braunfels Conservation Society (NBCS) is hosting its annual Antique Barn Sale & Makers Market this Sunday, May 28.
New Braunfels Christian Academy held its 2023 graduation ceremony Saturday, May 20 at Oakwood Baptist Church in New Braunfels. Plenty of family and friends were on hand to witness NBCA's seniors don their caps and gowns, walk the stage and finally seize their hard-earned diplomas.
After nearly five years of angst, resentment and attempts at healing, a now-18-year-old car crash victim confronted the woman who caused he and his family tremendous pain.
Sgt. Gander is a big, fluffy, black and white Newfoundland dog.
As Texas prepares to mark one year since the state’s deadliest school shooting, local districts are working to improve campus safety.
Temperatures are climbing outside New Braunfels Middle School on a bright, sunny morning.
The May 6 election resulted in a win for both Mayor-elect Neal Linnartz and District 5 Councilmember Mary Ann Lawbowski; however, the New Braunfels City Council seat for District 6 is still up for grabs.