10:11 AM Sep 21, 2019 CDT

VT Aviation Academy of America relocates administration offices to New Braunfels

The VT Aviation Academy of America relocated its administration offices in August from Hondo, Texas to 2115 …


City of New Braunfels announces road closure at Kentucky Boulevard-Ohio Avenue intersection

A temporary road closure will occur at the intersection of Kentucky Boulevard and Ohio Avenue from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sept. 27-28, according to a city news release.


Cedar Fair lays off corporate, park employees at Schlitterbahn waterparks in New Braunfels, Galveston

A number of corporate and park employees, some with tenures as long as 20 years with the company, packed their bags and headed home from Schlitterbahn Waterpark and Resort in New Braunfels on Friday.



State approves universal polling locations for Comal County voters

Comal County officials announced Sept. 19 that the Texas Secretary of State’s Office approved countywide vote centers for the Nov. 5 election.


TxDOT plans closure of California Boulevard–Loop 337 intersection in New Braunfels

The Texas Department of Transportation announced a planned closure of the intersection at California Boulevard and Loop 337 from Sept. 23-27 from 7 a.m.-5 p.m.


Stave wine bar coming to New Braunfels in October

Stave, a new wine bar, will open in October at 540 S. Castell Ave., New Braunfels. Owners Terence Green and …


CycleBar New Braunfels set to open this fall

CycleBar New Braunfels is coming this fall to 2084 Central Plaza, New Braunfels. The gym and physical fitness …



New Braunfels city council approves 2019-20 budget and tax rate

The New Braunfels City Council unanimously approved a proposed budget of $242,421,504 for the fiscal year 2019-20 at a regularly scheduled meeting Sept. 9.


Remaining GBRA lakes will not be drained for at least 12 months

The four remaining lakes that make up the Guadalupe Valley Lakes—Lake McQueeny, Lake Placid, Meadow Lake and Lake Gonzales—will not be drained, pending a second court hearing in October 2020.


New Braunfels ISD sets new enrollment record

For the second year in a row, enrollment numbers for New Braunfels ISD have seen unprecedented growth.





New Fire Chief named for New Braunfels Fire Department

The city of New Braunfels announced Chief Patrick O’Connell as the next Fire Chief for the New Braunfels Fire Department on Sept.13.


New Braunfels Church of Christ celebrates 100th anniversary

Congregants, officials and well-wishers were on hand Aug. 11 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the New …


New Braunfels Music store provides a symphony of services

Richard Herbsleb is a sales associate at New Braunfels Music, but according to him, the shop is more than a place to purchase instruments. He calls it a “music emporium.”



New Braunfels shop with healthy, gluten-free options attracts influx of customers

Within two years, Gainz Bakery has outgrown its New Braunfels location multiple times.




San Antonio Street bridge construction closes access to downtown thoroughfare

The San Antonio Street bridge was closed Sept. 3 for the duration of a 16-month TxDOT project.



School bonds facilitate latest district security upgrades

High-profile incidents of violence in schools continue to make headlines, and local school districts have shown a commitment to security and emergency management on campus.


New Braunfels residents file lawsuit to block river authority from lowering levels of four lakes

After the failure of two dams in the chain of six that make up the Guadalupe Valley Lakes, the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority decided to draw down the remaining lakes beginning Sept. 16.


New Braunfels City Council approves resolution seeking state funds for dam repair, reconstruction and maintenance

The city of New Braunfels weighed in on the current issue surrounding six dams controlled by the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority.


Sapphire Creek Dental coming soon to New Braunfels

Sapphire Creek Dental is coming soon to the Oak Run Point shopping center at 2180 Hwy. 46, Ste. 105, New …