Project Lifesaver is a new program at the NBPD that promises some peace of mind for parents and caregivers of children who often wander off, due to brain disorders like Autism and Down Syndrome. Committee members that brought the program to New Braunfels, hope they can grow the program, soon.
Seniors at New Braunfels Christian Academy can apply for a new scholarship in 2017 in memory of Anthony Chalupa, a well-loved father, husband, and member of the NBCA family- who passed away from cancer in 2015.
District 1 City Councilmember George Green will soon host a Community Forum, featured a presentation by City of New Braunfels Capital Programs Manager Bryan Woods and engineering consultant, Jeff Moeller-President of Moeller and Associates.
The New Braunfels Utilities (NBU) Board of Trustees has selected an internal candidate to lead the company. Chief Engineer of Water Systems Ian Taylor will succeed retiring CEO Paula J. DiFonzo effective December 16.
Applications are now being accepted for the next NBPD Citizens Police Academy! According to City officials, the Citizens Police Academy is a unique learning experience designed to give residents a better understanding of the New Braunfels Police Department and its mission.
Comal County Sheriff’s Office officials report the victim that was discovered in the house fire in the 700 block of Forest Trail has been positively identified as 57-year-old Gayle Hendry of New Braunfels.
Comal ISD held its first-ever Functional Fitness Games on November 15 for all its high school Physical Education students. The games were held on the famous red turf at Canyon High School’s football field. Canyon and Canyon Lake high school participated in the event.