The turnover of businesses in Kerrville continues, with at least three different businesses closing in the past three months and two businesses announcing their opening.
Thousands waded through the mud and muck at the Hill Country Youth Event Center on Friday for the last day of competition at the 76th Annual Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show, but the biggest part of the show is coming today!
Kerrville’s newest retail stores have announced their grand openings, signifying what should be a busy year for growth and development in the city for 2020.
Employees at Mooney Aircraft were told Monday to go home and that the company couldn’t pay them for the two weeks of holiday pay they were promised.
Most restaurants lived up to the satisfaction of the city of Kerrville health inspectors, but there were problems at eight restaurants.
Schreiner University announced Thursday that it’s partnering with Pint & Plow Brewing Co. co-owner Jeremy Walther to open a new venue on the campus that will be the focal point of the university’s connection to the Guadalupe River Trail.
The Kerrville State Hospital will undergo a major renovation and expansion in the coming months, but the hospital will also add 260 employees to help with the care of new patients and facilities.
Ask people what architecture comes to mind when they think of downtown Kerrville, and they’ll invariably mention the City Hall clocktower and the county courthouse. By this time next year, there likely will be a new addition to this top list of iconic buildings: Broadway Bank.
City of Kerrville emergency service workers recently visited the students of St. Peter’s Episcopal School. Their visit was part of a national recognition of EMS Appreciation Month.
CENTER POINT — The Center Point Area Historic Preservation Association hosted an art show on April 13 at the historic park in Center Point. The show featured the works of nearly two dozen students.
While sales tax rates in Kerrville have stayed the same over about 24 years, sales tax revenue has been up in recent years, according to city chief financial officer Amy Dozier.
Dining at new restau- rants is high on the list of “must do’s” for vacation- ers, according to a 2018 Zagat survey. A vacation is the perfect time to indulge in local cuisine, claim 56 percent of those polled, who indicate they would seek out dining spots to enjoy a locale’s must-try dishes.…
A hotel is coming to downtown Kerrville, but there are matters to attend to first. At the Kerrville City Council meeting on Tuesday, council members discussed an agreement regarding a $150,000 tax incentive that the hotel will receive.
After announcing that they would close this week, PAX Coffee and Goods has decided to stay open, according to a Facebook post the business made on Thursday night.
Kerrville area residents recently attended the Ashley HomeStore ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 9 to celebrate the official grand opening of the store’s newly remodeled 35,000-square-foot showroom at 1703 Sidney Baker St.
Some of the community’s top leaders and businesses were recognized Thursday night during the 95th annual Kerrville Area Chamber Choice Awards and Haunted Halloween Ball at the Y.O. Ranch Hotel and Conference Center.
Get to know area businesses and learn what they have to offer this weekend at Business Expo — Get Connected, a Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce event, sponsored this year by Community First Bank.
Learning how to become a leader — in the community, in a meaningful career and in family life — are attributes that graduates of Christian Men’s Job Corps credit to the program.
Officials with Quest Kodiak, on tour through the Hill Country, stopped in this week Kerrville to show off its robust, luxurious aircraft touted as “the bridge between helicopter and business jet.”
Dirt was turned Thursday morning in Kerrville as community members and dignitaries celebrated the groundbreaking of Texas Hill Country Bank. The new bank is being built at 998 Sidney Baker St.
FREDERICKSBURG — Segner’s Jewelers has completed the fundraising effort for Good Samaritan Center in Fredericksburg and Volunteer Healthcare Clinic in Austin.
2017 has been an eventful year in the news, with a seemingly endless stream of fast-breaking developments coming out of Washington and other parts of the world.
To celebrate its Grand Opening, Neighbors Emergency Center Kerrville invites the community to a free celebration from 1 to 3 p.m. today (Saturday) at the center, 130 W. Main St.
Thomas Wakeland, a longtime employee at Central Automotive in Kerrville, recently received a Customer Appreciation Award from some happy customers.
The sale of Kerrville’s reuse water, amendments to the city’s ethics policy for elected and appointed officials and appointments to several city boards and commissions will be considered by the Kerrville City Council when it meets tomorrow.
In 1963, songwriter Bob Dylan recorded “The Times They Are a-Changin’” — the iconic anthem for the advancement of a changing society. Today, those same words could be said for the development taking place along Kerrville’s aviation and manufacturing district.
“I love to repurpose things. Everything has a history, and I want to give pieces new beginnings,” said Ty Squiers, who, along with his wife, Emily, just opened Katemcy Creek Revival, 304 Texas 39 in Ingram. The new retail shop features rustic furniture and accessories handcrafted from reclai…
Neighbors Emergency Center is open for business — 24/7. The new medical facility at 130 W. Main St. is one of more than 600 free-standing emergency medical centers across the United States.
David Reast, coordinator of the Meaningful Work Initiative at Schreiner University, will be the featured speaker at the Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce’s Coffee Talk on Tuesday.