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Friday afternoon was busy for New Braunfels Police, Fire, and EMS teams. A structure fire and two traffic accidents were called in, all at roughly the same time, around 2:30 Friday afternoon...

Water conservation and spring flow were the main topics of conversation at a conference Friday at the New Braunfels Civic and Convention Center...

Big trucks and other over-sized vehicles are now prohibited from traveling down Fredericksburg Road, which is the main detour route while major construction is underway on Walnut Avenue...

A former New Braunfels Christian Academy teacher is under investigation by New Braunfels Police for allegedly having an improper relationship with a student...

39-year old Justin Rider from Goldfield, Nevada was arrested here in New Braunfels this week on 7 separate charges of sexual abuse of a child...

The New Braunfels 4B Board is being asked to help fund some additions to the as-yet un-built city Recreation Center, like adding extra swimming lanes to the indoor pool and extra gymnasium space...

21-year old Jeremiah Farrell of New Braunfels, a suspected serial arsonist, has now been indicted by the Comal County Grand Jury...

Former First Lady Laura Bush is coming to New Braunfels next month to keynote the Chamber of Commerce's 49th Annual Texas Legislative Conference...

New Braunfels Police are investigating a home burglary that netted more than 14-hundred dollars in electronics…

The Sophienburg Museum and Archives are gearing up for their first ever Braunfest event...

Affordable housing and rec center additions are on the table for the 4B Board to discuss tonight…

The first Chamber of Commerce Chair of the Board award of 2015 was handed out this week by newly appointed Chair of the Board Joe Castilleja...

FBI agents talked to students at Church Hill Middle School last week about the dangers lurking online, while Kindergarten students at Klein Road Elementary School held a mock wedding, celebrating the union of the letters “Q” and “U.”

New Braunfels residents that live in Dist. 6 (along with any other city resident) are invited to the next Citizen Forum hosted by Dist. 6 City Councilwoman Leah Garcia...

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