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The strategic plan is expected to begin implementation in January 2023 and will continue over five years.
More than $5 million in business development investments will create 38 new jobs in New Braunfels.
A new $130 million combat development complex in at Texas A&M’s campus in Bryan will break ground Oct. 12
Editor's note: This post has been updated to clarify the 8.25% sales tax charge refers to the state and local charges.
As hurricane season approaches in Texas, state Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced a statewide sales tax holiday this weekend, April 27-29, on emergency preparedness supplies.
Nearly 75% of Central Texas businesses supported local nonprofits in 2018.
A study conducted by economic research and consulting firm Community Development Strategies revealed the New Braunfels workforce struggles to afford housing locally.
Priorities for the 2019 legislative session were an item discussed during a special City Council meeting last week.
The fact Comal and Guadalupe counties are among the fastest-growing in population in the United States may not be a surprise, but where those new residents are moving from tells a story different than other Central Texas counties.
For nearly two years the city of New Braunfels has worked to create the Envision New Braunfels comprehensive plan that, once approved by City Council, will impact everything the city does during the next 15 to 20 years.
Although Monday night’s New Braunfels City Council meeting lasted less than two hours, the agenda covered several items of concern for residents.
After a decade of discussions and planning, the first round of homes will soon come to fruition in the 2,400- acre, $2 billion Veramendi development located north of Loop 337 in New Braunfels.
San Marcos-based EVO Entertainment Group plans to add its first amphitheater next to a previously proposed entertainment center project in Schertz.
Prince Solms Inn, the longest continually operating inn in Texas, has big plans for expansion, and the end result could be available to residents by the end of summer.
New report shows significant growth expected for Guadalupe County as Austin-San Antonio ‘mega region’ expands
According to draft results of a new study released Wednesday night, rapid growth will continue in Guadalupe County during the next two decades, reaching a projected population of more than 284,000 by 2040.
With vacation rental websites like HomeAway, Airbnb and VRBO gaining popularity, short-term rental, or STR, properties have become a divided topic in Texas.
New Braunfels’ senior population is growing. Numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau show New Braunfels saw a population increase of 5,385 residents between 2014-16, and 1,317—or 24.5 percent—were 60 or older.
Guadalupe County is moving forward with the beginning stages of a strategic plan that will help steer continued rapid growth in the region.
The nation’s first state-administered gold depository began operating out of Austin in June with plans to move to its permanent home in Leander in 2019.
With one of two public meetings complete, the New Braunfels Regional Airport is seeking citizen input as it develops a master plan that will guide operations for the next 20 years.
New Braunfels was the second-fastest growing city nationally in 2016-17, according to new U.S. Census population estimates released at 11 p.m. Wednesday.
Many Central Texans have witnessed a year-after-year property-tax hike as the region’s growing market demand drives real estate prices up.