915 results total, viewing 741 - 760
Below is the list of businesses who have updated their hours due to the pandemic. Restaurants are allowed to provide curbside pickup, drive-thru window or deliver in some cases. All indoor dining … more
The City of Gonzales met in an emergency meeting Friday afternoon over a teleconference to discuss amending and possibly extending the public health emergency they declared on Monday. The meeting was … more
The Gonzales Inquirer has announced it is postponing and possibly even canceling the third annual Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival. Scheduled for the weekend of April 24-25, officials … more
GONZALES – The City of Gonzales City Council has voted to extend and modify the Declaration of Public Health Emergency put into action on March 15, 2020 by City of Gonzales Mayor, Connie … more
The Gonzales city of council voted unanimously in a special-called meeting on Monday to reinstate their Declaration of Public Health Emergency and expand on restrictions set in the original … more
The city of Gonzales announced the closure of multiple city facilities on Monday morning. Closed to the public until further notice will be the Robert Lee Brothers Jr. Memorial Library, Gonzales … more
In an unprecedented move, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday he would waive testing requirements for this year’s STAAR exam, as many schools expect to be closed at least through the April … more
Gonzales remembered its heroes last Friday, as over 150 people attended a solemn ceremony at the shrine memorializing the Immortal 32 on the grounds of the Gonzales Historic Museum.After an opening … more
Under the leadership of the Gonzales Noon Lions Club, the first-ever Gonzales Empty the Bowl project took place last Thursday evening at the Gonzales Elks Lodge.Hundreds of people attended the … more
On Monday’s regularly scheduled Gonzales ISD school board meeting, the board of trustees officially ordered an election to take place on May 2. Only one of the three seats up for GISD board … more
In a sure sign that spring is here, the annual Luling Ragin’ Cajun Throwdown is set for this Saturday, March 14 in downtown Luling.Music, vendors and some of the best Cajun cooking this side of … more
Gonzales Mayor Connie Kacir cordially invites you to discuss city government over refreshments at the Q&A with the Mayor event on March 17, at 10 a.m. at Robert Lee Brothers Jr. Memorial Library. … more
The directors of the Gonzales Inquirer Come and Taste It Craft Beer and Wine Festival are proud to announce that country music legend and pop superstar Augie Meyers will be the headliner of the third … more
After years of research, first-time author and Gonzales County resident Jenice Benedict is finally ready to share her family’s story. In the Land of Cotton is a portrait of ordinary life in the … more
The sales tax revenue total received by Gonzales County was up 1.09% in February, a slight increase over the previous year’s period. Year to date totals for the county are also slightly up in … more
The race to determine who will be the Republican nominee for Gonzales County sheriff will head to a runoff. Incumbent Sheriff Matthew Atkinson was the top vote getter in the race March 3 election and … more
For many of the local races in and involving Gonzales County, primary election night was the general election. Several area races only featured from candidates one party, so the winner of the March 3 … more
Early voting has come and gone, and now candiates and supporters alike anxiously wait for results of the two primaries. For those that haven't aready voted, March 3, also know as Super Tuesday, is … more
To the Citizens and Voters of the 25th Judicial District: It has been my honor and privilege to serve as your District Judge and, with your support, I hope to continue for many years to come. I … more
It was a dog-eat-dog weekend in Nixon this past Saturday and Sunday. Well, sort of. What really took place at the Nixon Livestock Show Barn last weekend was the annual El Perro Loco, one of the … more
« Prev | 1 35 | 36 | 37 | 38 | 39 | 40 | 41 46 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.