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Gonzales Main Street unveiled its new portable stage Tuesday, Aug. 4 in Confederate Square. more
The Gonzales Municipal Airport Advisory Board met Thursday, July 30 to discuss moving forward a series of expansions and updates intended to increase the quality of the Roger M. Dreyer Memorial Airport, as well as allow different kinds of aircraft to land in the area. more
A special meeting was called Monday, Aug. 3 by the Gonzales Independent School District School Board to discuss returning to school amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as distribution of new technology purchased for students. more
As of Wednesday evening, data from the Department of State Health Services distributed by Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis shows the county reported 15 new cases of COVID-19, as well as one additional death. more
After no new cases were reported for three days, 14 were reported on Tuesday, August 4 according to the State Department of State Health Services Region 8 report shared by Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
The number of active coronavirus cases did not increase Monday according to the Department of State Health Services report distributed by Gonzales County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
After several grass fires were reported by fire chiefs in Gonzales County to County Judge Patrick C. Davis, a burn ban will go into place on Friday, August 7, 2020. more
A total of 17 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in Gonzales County per Region 8 reports distributed by County Judge Patrick C. Davis. more
Following the 2017 Gonzales County EMS scandal in which Emergency Medical Services Board Administrators were arrested for mismanagement of EMS funds and indicted by a grand jury, Gonzales Emergency Services District #1 supplied a status update to the Commissioner’s Court regarding the progress of changes made in the restructuring of EMS and ESD. This update precedes an audit of the department in September. more
At its July 27 meeting, the Gonzlaes County Commissioner’s Court tabled a possible burn ban after Tropical Storm Hanna delivered less rain than expected over the weekend by County Judge Patrick C. Davis. The ban as an actionable item on the Commission’s agenda will be addressed at its August 3 meeting. more
First days of school in Gonzales County are occurring in the latter half of August, with some safety considerations taken given the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The annual Jim Price cleanup project scheduled for August 1 has been canceled due to safety concerns involving the spread of coronavirus, according to City Manager Tim Patek. more
Travis West surrendered himself to law enforcement at the Gonzales County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday morning, following a Friday shooting which left one victim who remains hospitalized in serious … more
As reported cases of coronavirus continue to climb in Gonzales County, 27 new reports were added to the total on Tuesday, bringing the count of total cases to 615, with 69 of them being active. more
At the July 27 meeting of the Gonzales County Commissioner’s Court, Emergency Management Coordinator Jimmy Harless said the county only has one currently active case of coronavirus, with 199 more pending verification of residence in the county. more
The Gonzales Police Department are asking for the public's help in locating Travis Jason West, 41. West is being sought on an active warrant for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. Police … more
There are two tropical storms which have formed in the Gulf and Caribbean. One of these, tropical storm Hanna, is expected to make landfall over south Texas this weekend.   more
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