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After years in the making, developers created an app to help travelers map out their toll road routes before putting rubber to pavement.

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During a special Seguin City Council meeting, Tuesday council members discussed the potential future of the city’s holiday season in a coronavirus related pandemic landscape.

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In 2015, Oscar Ceniseros lost his son Jacob to Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Since then, Oscar and his wife Sandra have continued their son’s battle and carried on his legacy through the Jacob’s Ladder Foundation. The organization is a beacon that lends a helping hand to families who face si…

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Like several business owners in Seguin, J.B. Servise was awakened at 3 a.m. Wednesday by a phone call from the police saying his business was vandalized earlier that morning.

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The Seguin Economic Development Corporation received recognition for its success in bringing Continental Structural Plastics and United Alloy, Inc into the Rio Nogales Industrial Park in Seguin.

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The woman accused of leaving her mother on the floor to die and forcing her own daughter to live with the decomposing body for three years pleaded guilty on Tuesday and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

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Marion continues to grow with high-end subdivisions sprouting up across different areas of the city, but a pair of businesses are working to help build up an already established section of town.

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A Leesville man is accused of throwing packages of marijuana-type products and other illegal narcotics wrapped in candy-like packaging of out a car window after he refused to stop for police and evaded them during a 60-mile chase on Friday, authorities said.

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Seguin Independent School District will receive aid for the purchase of hundreds of laptops bringing the district one step closer to fulfilling its goal of putting electronic devices in the hands of every student in need.

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Guadalupe County saw a slight increase in active COVID-19 cases, and a significant bump in overall cases occurring since the start of the pandemic with new numbers reported by the state.

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A San Antonio man was arrested in connection with what investigators characterized as an elderly fraud scheme against a 66-year-old Selma woman.

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Guadalupe County residents in the coming year will pay about $3.50 more in property taxes for every $100,000 at which their properties are valued.

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Still in the midst of tropical storm season in the Gulf, emergency workers here said it’s not too late or too early to prepare for dangerous weather in Seguin and Guadalupe County.

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