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The Comal County Sheriff’s Office continues its investigation into the death of an individual found Tuesday, following a structure fire. Apparently, there is a suspect in the case, and that person has been located in Mississippi.

The United Way of Comal County now has a lot more money to spread around to nearly 30 local non-profit organizations thanks to the proceeds from this year’s Gruene Music and Wine Fest.

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

The Comal County Sheriff's Office is now handling the investigation of a body, found inside a burning house early Tuesday morning- just outside the city of New Braunfels.

This Sunday, from 10am to 2pm., the Canyon Lake Gorge is open to the public- and for the first time, for un-guided tours.

Applications are open for Comal County’s fifth annual University of County Government, a free 10-week course that recently won a Best Practices award from the Texas Association of Counties.

The Crime Stopper reward in a recent double homicide case has been doubled to 10-thousand-dollars for information leading Seguin Police to an arrest or indictment.

Representatives from CPS Energy awarded Comal ISD with a rebate check of more than $20,400 for participation in the 2016 Demand Response program. 

Construction work continues this week on IH35.  Drivers should expect the right lane of the Southbound frontage road between the Hays County line and FM 306 to close, from 7am. until 6pm. daily, while crews repair asphalt there.

New Braunfels Police officials say a call for a suspicious person lead to an arrest for burglary of a vehicle, and more on Sunday. 

Seguin Police officials say a burglary turned into a lesson of leadership from a Public servant, by Officer Brandon Smith, a three-year veteran of S.P.D.. 

City Council- Individual items up for consideration tonight include designating the portion of Farm-to-Market Road 306 within the City limits as the Jan Kennady Memorial Highway; approving up to $900,000 to buy less-than one  acre of property at 302 South Castell Ave. for an economic development project; and Stormwater Quality Protection ordinances.

The City of New Braunfels will host the third annual informational presentation and public input meeting on Street Projects in the Tejas Room at City Hall, 550 Landa Street, from 5:30 to 8pm. on Monday, November 21st.

The City of New Braunfels has announced an overall increase of $173,686 or 7.3% in sales taxes received in November (for the month of September) compared to the same month last year.