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New Braunfels baker wins Food Network's 'Christmas Cookie Challenge'

A New Braunfels-based baker is a rising star in the creative cookie world.

Dressbarn closing in New Braunfels

The clothing retailer will close all its stores by the middle of next year.

Your 2019 voter guide to state constitutional amendments on the ballot in Texas

Texas voters can vote for or against 10 amendments to the state’s constitution Nov. 5.

New Braunfels baker to appear on Food Network’s 'Christmas Cookie Challenge'

The baker's episode will air Nov. 4 on the Food Network channel.

Texas law requires retired police dogs be auctioned off. Proposition 10 would send them home with their handlers.

On Nov. 5, Texas voters will consider Proposition 10, which would amend the state Constitution to allow retired law-enforcement animals, such as dogs or horses, to be adopted by their handlers or other qualified caretakers.

All Tune and Lube Total Car Care now open in New Braunfels

All Tune and Lube Total Car Care is now open in New Braunfels.

City of New Braunfels schedules 6-month construction project on Common Street

A 6-month construction project will impact traffic on Common Street.

New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department honors volunteers

A dedicated group of volunteers helps to maintain and support the New Braunfels parks system every year.

Local building supply company set to expand New Braunfels operation

More than $5 million in business development investments will create 38 new jobs in New Braunfels.

What Once Was Old Vintage now open in New Braunfels

Vintage and new home decor and furniture store What Once Was Old Vintage opened Sept. 1 at 968 W. San Antonio …

City Council approves water and sewer rate increases for New Braunfels Utilities customers

New water and sewer rates have been approved for New Braunfels Utilities customers.

5 Star Nutrition now open in New Braunfels

5 Star Nutrition opened in mid-September at the Marketplace shopping center. The supplement store at 651 N. …

New Braunfels receives flag-retirement box from local Scout

Residents with old, frayed or worn flags can give them a proper retirement courtesy of the New Braunfels Public Library.

Heidi M. Photography now open in New Braunfels

Heidi M. Photography opened a studio in September at 972 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, that specializes …

New Braunfels ISD holds inaugural board meeting at new facility

A new building will help the fast-growing New Braunfels ISD.

City of New Braunfels conducting public transit study to develop fixed-route public transit service

The city of New Braunfels is in the early stages of a public transit study to determine transportation and mobility needs for New Braunfels and the surrounding community.

Coffee With Impact: JT McCormick went from a horrific upbringing to being a CEO

Severe neglect, sexual abuse, violence, poverty: JT McCormick readily and publicly discusses these defining aspects of his upbringing. Told in shocking detail, it quickly becomes evident for those who attend his speeches that the stories of his childhood are necessary to elucidate how he emerged from it all to become what he describes as a success story.

Delta Life Fitness coming soon to New Braunfels

Female-only gym and fitness studio Delta Life Fitness is coming in January to 1528 E. Common St., New …

Envy by Me now closed in Gruene Lake Village

Formerly located in Gruene Lake Village, Envy by Me at 2363 Gruene Lake Drive, Ste. A, New Braunfels closed …

Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority approves memorandum of understanding with Preserve Lake Dunlap Association

Residents of Lake Dunlap earned another small victory in pursuit of a solution to fix a failed hydroelectric dam and restore the lake.

CASA of Central Texas inducts newest group of child advocates

The Court Appointed Special Advocate program of Central Texas inducted 15 new volunteers at a swearing-in ceremony Oct. 16 in New Braunfels.

New Braunfels Utilities hosts annual Imagine a Day Without Water campaign

New Braunfels Utilities will participate in the nationwide “Imagine a Day Without Water” campaign on Oct. 23 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at Headwaters at the Comal, 333 East Klingemann Street.

Expert panel initials first report on Guadalupe Valley Lakes restricted zones

A court-commissioned, impartial panel of three experts has issued their first conclusions in a study about possible danger zones on four of the six Guadalupe Valley Lakes.