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The Comal County Public Health Department is providing vaccines to school-aged children before the start of the upcoming school year.
The grant will help health centers that serve underserved and uninsured Texans in areas with limited resources.
The live music calendar for the New Braunfels area is also included.
From ancient Chinese antiquities to 19th century German glassware, the auction house leaves no antique unturned.
The Comal County Commissioners Court has voted to extend the burn ban for an additional 90 days due to ongoing severe drought conditions.
New schools, challenges of demand are on the horizon for both districts as they plan for continued growth.
Over 20 teachers from public and private schools throughout the New Braunfels area received Teacher of the Year awards during an event hosted by the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce.
Texas will provide over $305.5 million in emergency benefits this month, which is expected to help 1.5 million households.
The city of Austin Public Safety Commission outlined at an Aug. 1 meeting policies and actions that need to be taken to fulfill a settlement agreement in a pair of 2019 lawsuits that alleged the Austin Police Department mishandled sexual assault cases.
Developers applying for a Municipal Utility District will now be charged a fee of over $18,055.12, after New Braunfels City Council approved the new ordinance.
The total sales taxes collections in fiscal year 2022 have increased by 13.1% through the first eight months of the fiscal year.
New Braunfels Utilities makes temporary adjustments to rates, reminds customers of upcoming increase in charges
The average New Braunfels Utilities customer’s bill will increase by 5.99% due to the three-year rate plan effective Aug. 1.
The business was founded in 2015, and the store will be its first brick-and-mortar location.
New Braunfels Utilities has announced supply chain issues that will potentially affect development projects in the city.
As more people move to Texas and return to “normal” activities, Texas’ labor force is also growing, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.
In May of this year, Austin made up all the jobs it lost during the pandemic and is the eighth-best performing metro in terms of job growth.
Items can be purchased in person, online or through mail order to qualify.
Bulletproof Dog training and a new Skips Beer Wine and Liquor location also opened recently.
Telecommunications companies in Central Texas and the West Plains region will receive funding to help rural Texans gain access to high-speed internet.
The New Braunfels City Council voted to deny a 168-acre municipal utility district development agreement between the city of New Braunfels and Lennar Homes of Texas Land and Construction.
Repairs of the roadway are anticipated to be completed sometime this fall.