Bin Drop now open in New Braunfels
The store sells overstock and returned items that drop in price each day. (Courtesy New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce)
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By Lauren Canterberry | | Updated
Reporter, New Braunfels
Lauren joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in October 2019 after graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. Lauren covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in New Braunfels. Prior to CI, Lauren was a freelance journalist and worked as a college English teacher in China.
Once complete, the new capital improvement plan will outline potential capital projects for a future bond election.
Chick-fil-A coming to downtown Austin; Dutch Bros Coffee opens in Round Rock and more Central Texas news
Located at 600 Congress Ave., Ste. C150, the newest outpost for the fast-food fried chicken giant is locally owned by Luke Steigmeyer.
Since July 19, Comal County has reported 359 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19, bringing the county total to 12,132. Of the 359 new cases, 312 were recorded during the week of July 19-25, the highest weekly number of new cases since the week of Feb. 8-14.
The letter, spearheaded by Rep. Vikki Goodwin, called upon Gov. Greg Abbott and Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath to permit school districts to enact mask mandates and provide virtual learning options.
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Experts say that a decrease in mortgage purchase applications points to “a reversion back to norm” in the Austin housing market.
Regulators: Texas electric grid prepared for potentially record-breaking demand next week; 'once-in-a-generation reforms' underway
The heads of the agencies in charge of the Texas electric grid met in Austin on July 22 to provide updates on their grid reform efforts.
The closure will allow New Braunfels Utilities crews to install bore pits beneath the Union Pacific Railroad tracks as part of the work to install the 24-inch water line along Castell Avenue.
The office provides in-home care to residents throughout Central Texas.
Samsung is hoping to finalize a performance agreement by mid-August, which would include information about how the potential facility would affect property taxes.
"It's a much bigger movement and work than just 51 apartments run by the food bank," said Eric Cooper, president and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank. The apartments are expected to open in fall of 2022.