Seven contested races have developed in Gillespie County as hopefuls and incumbents signed up for the GOP primary on March 6.
By By Ken Esten Cooke
A memorial plaque honoring Staff Sgt. Christopher Staats was dedicated at 10 a.m.
By Yvonne Hartmann
By Erika Vela
The Battlin’ Billies picked up two more wins before heading into a busy week of play.
Small improvements led the Fredericksburg High School girls’ varsity basketball team to a third-place finish over the week at the Navarro Tournament.
Fredericksburg High School swimmers Troy Kneese and Tony Martinez competed in the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association Championships at Palo Alt
Information on funerals that occur after Dec. 13 will appear under this heading.
Shannon Marie Brown, 40, nee Nugent, of Fredericksburg, died Sunday, Dec. 3, 2017.
Otto Clayton Karnstadt, 84, of Fredericksburg and formerly of Luling, died Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017, in San Antonio.
A local French bulldog trotted away from the National Dog Show with the Best of Show Non-Sporting title on Saturday, Nov. 18 in Philadelphia, PA.
The combined forces of community volunteer singers and instrumentalists will commemorate the 300th anniversary of Antonio Vivaldi’s “Gloria”, with a perfo
Holiday entertainment spanning two weekends will is planned by the Fredericksburg Theater Company to celebrate “Christmas at the Theater!”
A look at local businesses in Fredericksburg and Gillespie County.
Every product at Raven + Lily, a new pop-up shop in Fredericksburg, has a story.
By McKenzie Moellering
The local housing market got a boost with the addition of 96 new units on Monday, as principles and Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce members gathered for the grand opening of Orchard Grove Apartm
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What a difference 20 years makes.
By Ken Esten Cooke
We don’t usually broach the same topic two weeks in a row for editorials, but this encouraging news brought us back for more on the topic of small business.