Read the latest business and community news from Central Texas.
Still in need of sponsors, New Braunfels venue to host prestigious regional spelling bee in March
One of the roads to the 2021 Scripps National Spelling Bee in June runs directly through New Braunfels.
The Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre in New Braunfels will host the regional spelling bee March 27.
Surviving the pandemic: Here are five New Braunfels businesses that recently celebrated their first anniversary
Even though New Braunfels has not been immune to recent economic conditions, here are five local businesses that have recently celebrated one year in business, either outright or at a new location.
New Braunfels announces Thanksgiving holiday closures
In observance of Thanksgiving on Nov. 26, some city of New Braunfels facilities will close or have adjusted hours.
Voodoo Wine and Coffee Bar now open in New Braunfels area
Voodoo Wine and Coffee Bar, located at 103 Gattusso Road, New Braunfels, officially opened Nov. 21. The shop serves varietals of wine, beer, coffee, charcuterie boards and desserts.
Austin Community College: There’s 'excitement' for a new Pinnacle campus
ACC trustees on Nov. 16 received an update on the development of a new districtwide campus master plan, which outlines what the district could explore for the Pinnacle site in the future.
Sawyer Ranch Road shared-use path completed in Dripping Springs
A new shared-use path that stretches for over a mile along Sawyer Ranch Road opened in Hays County on Oct. 23.
Still open for takeout, TLV is the lone restaurant operating in Fareground food hall
Chef Berty Richter said he never anticipated the opportunity to run a restaurant serving the cuisine of his home country, Israel—but now he does exactly that as executive chef of TLV.
Nicholas Cicale, Brian Rash, Lauren Canterberry and Olivia Aldridge contributed to this report.