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The Goodman Corporation, a mobility-planning consultant, presented a final Downtown Parking Study-Phase 1 report during the Fredericksburg City Council me

Swimming has been a favorite summer pastime for many years, but due to a shortage of lifeguards, those looking for cool waters may be turned away at city

Uptown Drive is set for a performance Sunday, July 23, at the Pedernales Creative Arts Alliance (PCAA) 2017 Marktplatz Concert Series.


A group of riders push their quarterhorses to the finish of Race No. 4 of Saturday’s entries in the Night in Old Fredericksburg Race Meet, held on Saturday and Sunday at Gillespie County Fair Grounds. Payouts totaled $226,982 for both days of racing. — Standard-Radio Post/Joshua McKinney
Horses were back on the track on Saturday and Sunday at the Gillespie County Fair Grounds for the Night In Old Fredericksburg Race Meet.

John Klaerner won the Schuetzenbund Vorfest for a third consecutive year.

Three teams entered the Section 3-Texas West Tournaments and one moves on to represent Fredericksburg Little League in a Texas West State Tournament.


Information on funerals that occur after July 19 will appear under this heading.

Victor Werner Eckhardt, 90, of Fredericksburg, died Tuesday, July 18, 2017, at Knopp Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Carolyn Diana Harvey, 71, of Cedar Park, died Monday, July 10, 2017.

Gillespie Life

Employees for Affordable Movers, including, from left, Eloy Alvarez, Manny Castro, Ravis Parker and Anthony Cantu, load items onto a truck. Affordable Movers, which started business in 2001, provides both in-state and out-of-state moves to clients. — Standard-Radio Post/Richard Zowie

Local business Affordable Movers helps a changing world by providing a unique style of service.

Pioneer Memorial Library’s Summer Reading Program inspires children to become young lovers of literature.

It took me 40 years to take Aunt Betty’s advice.

A look at local businesses in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County.

Ben Skoog, brother of Fredericksburg resident Lorrie Hess, had an idea for a game that local residents would like to play.

When LaShea Munn opened her hair salon on April 24, she decided to incorporate her maiden name into the business moniker: Itz Styles Salon.

Columns, editorials and more of interest to our readers.

We have heard a lot of comment about last week’s front-page story involving property taxes and a quick rise that is seeming to price some out of this mark

Admiral Bill McRaven, now the chancellor of the Univer-sity of Texas System, had an important message for the July 4th week.


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