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Walnut Avenue will get its final layer of pavement over the next couple of weeks, and its not Texas Sterling doing the work…

The search for new Fire Chief for the New Braunfels Fire Department has been narrowed down to the top 5 candidates…and you’ll have a chance to meet the finalists before the final decision is made…

Over 300 jobs are up for grabs at a pair of job fairs being held this week here in New Braunfels....

The city’s next Bulky Trash Drop-Off Day is set for this Saturday...

The League of Women voters are gearing up for a big voter registration push ahead of the November election…

Get out your calendars…here are a few reminders about local events happening this week...

A wounded hero that served overseas in Afghanistan got a special surprise on Thursday, the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11th terrorist attacks…

Widespread thunderstorms the next 48 hours should bring an inch or two of badly needed rain to the region…

Traffic on southbound I-35 north of the city came to a halt yesterday morning after a dump truck dropped a large load of sand on the main lanes of the highway...

New Braunfels has set another record for sales tax collections, with July sales tax revenues topping the record that was set the previous month in June...

The grand opening of the Puppy Playland Dog Park is still scheduled for 10am this Saturday, despite the recent distemper outbreak at the New Braunfels Humane Society...

From Open Houses, to a flagpole dedication, to the honoring of some Distinguished Alumni, here's a look at news items coming out the New Braunfels ISD...

The distemper outbreak at the New Braunfels Humane Society, along with another disease being spread among the animals, has lead to the death of hundreds of dogs and cats...

New Braunfels Police are looking into whether a string of recent gas station burglaries are connected… and whether a suspect recently arrested for burglary can be linked to those crimes…

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