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Kids can play in the snow and everyone can enjoy some hot cider, cookies, and other refreshments and attractions provided by area businesses and organizations. Kids can write a letter to Santa at the Bulverde Post Office or even visit with him in person! Holiday music will fill the air as wandering carolers sing traditional Christmas songs throughout the Village.

The City of New Braunfels is inviting the entire community to the first Visioning Workshop for the Comprehensive Plan update. This community-wide meeting will be held from 6:30 pm to 8:30 p.m. on November 29th, at the Civic/Convention Center.

Late Tuesday afternoon, Schlitterbahn sent out the following press release. “It is with a heavy heart that we share the news that our founder, Robert Ray Henry, known to many of us here as Mr. Bob, passed away last night."

The New Braunfels Public Library is hosting a local author fair on Saturday, November 12th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Each author will speak about themselves, their books and their writing process for about 10 minutes.

The Comal ISD Community Education Department received $2,500 from the GVTC Foundation recently. One hundred percent of the donation will go toward the Community Education Department’s scholarship fund. 

Spring Branch Middle School student Morgan Welch created an educational hidden-object video game called “Help the Ocean” using Globaloria when she was in the sixth grade.

An off-duty New Braunfels Police officer was doing a little afternoon shopping, when he was suddenly called into action Saturday. 

With 21 seasons of PBS's Antiques Roadshow under his blazer and bow-tie, Lark Mason brings his knowledge of antiques, auctions, and a new "brick and mortar" business to New Braunfels. Oct. 31st is the final day of an auction featuring a Presidential porcelain service created for Camp David and Air Force One. 

Moved locations for Election Day - Tuesday, November 8, 2016 -  until 7:00 p.m.

The City of New Braunfels invites everyone to ring in the holiday season on Friday, November 18th with the arrival of Santa Claus beneath thousands of twinkling lights in historic downtown New Braunfels. 

For the eighth straight year, the Texas Department of Transportation has awarded the New Braunfels Police Department the federally-funded Selective Traffic Enforcement Program grant. Known as S.T.E.P., this grant funds extra patrols targeting distracted drivers, speeders, drunk drivers, those who disregard traffic signals and markings at busy intersections, and those not wearing their seatbelts.

Comal County residents are being asked to keep watch for something really scary. The Comal County Extension Service looking for possible Pecan Weevil infestations. 

NEW BRAUNFELS, TX – New Braunfels Independent School District high school students continue to outperform their state peers in the SAT, ACT and Advanced Placement (AP) tests, according to recent data received from the reporting agencies. NBISD reports that 301 students recently took the SAT, with a combined average score of 1022 on the Critical Reading and Math sections of the test- above the

The GuadaComa Emergency Response Group, along with Union Pacific Railroad, will be conducting a hazardous materials drill as part of their on-going training on Monday, November 14th.