1:39 PM Dec 10, 2019 CST

City Council approves economic package to help bring automotive plant to New Braunfels

The project is expected to create more than 500 jobs by 2031.


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Clear Springs Academy childcare center coming soon to New Braunfels

The child care academy will focus on children ages six weeks to 12 years old.



New Braunfels Fire Department selects new assistant fire chief

Michael Wehman is a 28-year fire service veteran who most recently served as NBFD battalion chief.


As pollen counts rise in Central Texas, learn about cedar fever and allergy prevention

As temperatures cool heading into the winter season in Central Texas, pollen counts from Ashe juniper trees begin to climb, causing seasonal allergies referred to locally by residents as “cedar fever.”


Comal County, Guadalupe County candidates meet Dec. 9 deadline to file for 2020 primary

A long list of candidates will be vying for elected positions in the 2020 election. The deadline to file for the March 3, 2020 primary election is Dec. 9.


Comal County announces holiday closures

Comal County residents should be aware that the holiday season may affect operation hours at various county offices. In observance of the Christmas and New Year's holidays, these Comal County offices will be closed or have adjusted hours:



New Braunfels ISD hires first director of safety and security

Huffty previously worked as an administrator for San Marcos CISD.


Subway restaurant coming soon to The Shops at Clear Springs in New Braunfels

The restaurant will offer customizable submarine sandwiches and more.


New Braunfels High School student named National Merit Commended Scholar

NBHS senior Jeremy Alkire is the only Unicorn to be honored in this year.


New Braunfels Wassail Meister winners announced

Keller Williams Heritage won first place in the 2019 competition.



New Braunfels solid waste division to host bulky goods drop-off

The city’s solid waste and recycling division will accept residential customers' goods from 7-11 a.m. Dec. 7.


Apollo 16 astronaut and Brigadier General Charles Duke named 2020 Texan of the Year

A local resident, Duke will be honored March 26 at the New Braunfels Civic/Convention Center.


Rustic Trader set to close in New Braunfels

The business will close its doors by Dec. 31.


Comal County Extension Office promoting wellness among residents

The Comal County Extension Office will start a Master Wellness program.



Expert panel makes final ruling on Guadalupe Valley Lakes restricted zones

After a 30-day extension was granted, an independent expert panel made its second and final ruling Nov. 15 regarding prohibited and restricted access zones on the Guadalupe Valley Lakes.


New federal funding available for small businesses affected by Hurricane Harvey

Small-business owners can apply for up to $250,000 dollars in federal disaster relief.


New Braunfels hosts Small Business Saturday on Nov. 30

The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce encourages residents to begin their holiday shopping by visiting small businesses in New Braunfels.


Muck & Fuss Craft Beer and Burger Bar open 1 year in New Braunfels

The restaurant offers craft beer options and a full dining menu.



New Braunfels Utilities, food bank partner for Stuff the Truck event

Goods will be collected during Wassailfest Dec. 5. and at the NBU Main Plaza Office Dec. 6.


Section of Rueckle Road to close Dec. 9 in New Braunfels

A section of Rueckle Road will close until spring 2020.


Historic Faust Hotel and Brewpub celebrates 90 years in New Braunfels

The historic hotel offers vintage rooms and modern amenities.


New Braunfels ISD Administration Center ribbon cutting set for Dec. 9

The public can take a tour of the new admistration building.



Multiple holiday concert options available in New Braunfels

Celebrate the season with festivities and song at these holiday concerts.


City of New Braunfels schedules closure on Barbarossa Road

Drivers can expect delays on Barbarossa Road between Alves Lane and Saengerhalle Road.