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Headline: Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible today and Friday. Concerns shift to primarily heavy rainfall over the weekend, possibly resulting in flash flooding. Area of Concern : (See attached graphics) Today/Friday Severe: Along and west of the I-35 corridor. Weekend Heavy Rain: All of South Central Texas. Threats & Impacts: Hail: Up to 2 inches in diameter (Today/Friday) Winds

WHERE: Friday, May 19, 9 p.m. to Monday, May 22, 6 a.m. – northbound Saturday, May 20, 6 a.m. to noon – southbound Interstate 35W mainlanes from Western Center Boulevard to US 81/287 FORT WORTH – Weather permitting , the I-35W northbound mainlanes will be closed from 9 p.m. Friday, May 19 to 6 a.m

Tickets for Wine and Art Weekend are on now on sale. at www.smtxwinewalk.com . Wine and Art Weekend will celebrate the art, culture and live music that make San Marcos unique June 9-10 with a Wine and Art Walk event. Between 5:30 – 8:30 p.m., wine enthusiasts will begin an art adventure in Kissing

New Braunfels, TX − The City of New Braunfels has announced that the reconstruction of a segment of Mill Street, from Hidalgo Avenue to Peach Avenue, will begin on Monday, May 22nd. Motorists should anticipate minor delays and some temporary re-routing during the project, which is scheduled to go

New Braunfels, Texas – The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a community meeting, inviting the public to review the department’s Strategic Plan development process and provide feedback to the strategic plan consultants - Pros Consulting. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 30th, at 6:00 p.m. in the Tejas Room at City Hall, located at 550 Landa Street.
New Braunfels, Texas – The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a community meeting, inviting the public to review the department’s Strategic Plan development process and provide feedback to the strategic plan consultants - Pros Consulting. The meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 30th, at 6:00 p.m. in the Tejas Room at City Hall, located at 550 Landa Street.
NEW BRAUNFELS—NBU offices will be closed on Thursday, May 18 in order for employees to attend a company-wide meeting. Customers who need to report an outage or service issue are asked to call NBU’s 24-hour Control Center at (830) 629-4628 (4NBU). Payments can be left in the night deposit located between the NBU Main Office and Naeglin’s Bakery. Customers can also make a payment 24 hours a day/7
Main Street San Marcos invites you to the monthly Third Thursday Downtown Walkabout on May 18, 2017. The Downtown Walkabout takes place from 6-9 p.m. at all downtown local businesses with a green sticker. The event will include locally produced and original creations. Local businesses will be hosting their own events, including a Kissing Alley Concert Series, drink specials, live music and games
NEW BRAUNFELS — Comal County residents needing to purchase a required county pet license or rent a trap will no longer need to drive into New Braunfels to do so. The county’s Animal Control Office, a part of the Comal County Sheriff’s Office, has moved to 145 David Jonas Drive, off U.S. Highway 46 between New Braunfels and Bulverde, effective today. “This move allows our Animal Control officers
Planned renovations to Comal County's facilities in downtown New Braunfels mean several offices will be moving this summer to clear space: Starting at noon on Wednesday, May 31, the county courts-at-law clerks – who handle misdemeanor criminal cases, juvenile and family cases, and civil cases under $200,000 – will close so staff can move to the former New Braunfels City Hall building at 424 S.
New Braunfels, Texas — During the City Council Meeting of Monday, May 8, 2017 Morgan Adams, with the National Research Center (NRC), provided a presentation and facilitated a discussion on the results and major conclusions of the 2017 New Braunfels Citizen Survey. The NRC conducted the survey of citizens, on behalf of the City, during early 2017. Designed to assess community needs, measure
The Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee will convene this Thursday, May 11 to hear an update on the 85th Texas Legislative Session. Scheduled presenters represent the Texas Travel Industry Association, Texas Economic Development Council, and Texas Association of Realtors. The committee convenes monthly to hear reports from state and national elected officials as well as from leading non-profit

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With a unanimous 31-0 vote, the Texas Senate passed SB 179, known as "David's Law", to put a stop to cyberbullying in Texas. "David's Law" is named for David Molak, a San Antonio area teen who tragically committed suicide after relentless cyberbullying. "The Senate passed SB 179 in David's memory and in honor of all Texas families who have had their lives tragically impacted by the consequences

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