Boerne City Councilmember Steven Tye announced his resignation last week. Expressing regret for what has been a brief tenure, Tye cited business and family as his reasons for leaving the
After eight years of a high-profile presence in the Boerne food marketplace, the Dog & Pony restaurant officially closed on Jan. 9 when its landlord locked its doors for what
Fair Oaks Ranch City Council voted unanimously last Thursday to approve the preliminary plat of a self-storage facility, but not without expressing some concerns about the project.
Milan Michalec, president of the board of the Cow Creek Groundwater Conservation District, will address Boerne’s City Council on Tuesday night to question the propriety of WCID No. 3.
LITTLE EXPLORERS – ROCKS & MINERALS, Tuesday, Jan. 22, from 10 to 11 a.m., CNC library, 140 City Park Rd., Boerne. For preschoolers and their caregivers. $5 per family. Every
Candidates will be able to file for the upcoming Boerne elections beginning on January 16th, according to City Secretary Lori Carroll. The filing period is exactly one month long, ending
Publisher Jeff Parra has announced the hiring of two new advertising sales representatives and a managing editor at the Boerne Star. Ryan Graban and Melissa (Missy) Rodriguez are the new
Although the push for flu shots is normally associated with autumn months, flu season is gearing up to be a busy one, and professionals are telling the public it’s not
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