The Kerrville City Council will consider Tuesday during a special meeting providing homebuilder Lennar 33 acres of city-owned property to approximately 125 affordable homes along Texas Loop 534.
By Bonnie Arnold at the Hill Country Community Journal, October 16, 2020 When a local senior citizen wished for a hot air balloon ride for her 99th birthday and got her celebratory ride in late August, it was one more indication of the spirit of the Kerrville resident at “little Brookdale.” Also, “The Door Closed […]
Through the first eight months of the year, Kerrville residents donated money through the two primary sources of Democrat and Republican conduits for contributions — Act Blue and Win Red.
A 22-year-old Bandera man who led police on a vehicle chase last year has been convicted of evading arrest and multiple counts of dealing methamphetamine in Kerr and Bandera counties.
By Kerrville Daily Times Staff, October 8, 2020 If everything had gone according to plan, Grace Guerriero would not have been here in Kerrville this fall. She would have been enjoying her first year at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia. The funny thing about plans in 2020 is they have a […]
The Kerr County application for exemption from Gov. Greg Abbott's mask mandate was approved.
Kerrville Pets Alive, a local nonprofit organization that serves as an advocate for Kerr County animals, teamed up with Beaumont Pets Alive this week to save animals that were rescued from Hurricane Laura in East Texas and Louisiana.
In Kerr County, Peterson Health reported no new cases for a second consecutive day, and no one is currently hospitalized at Peterson Regional Medical Center.
The Hill Country Post Community Store is now open! 🛍️ Dismiss