A medical-grade mask that covers your mouth and nose will soon be required to patronize off-post retail stores or to use public transportation in the state of Baden-Württemberg. On-post rules are unchanged.
Beginning Monday, May 3, commuters traveling along Panzer Strasse will notice the preliminary signs of a scheduled construction project in the forms of road barriers and detour signs.
Tomorrow at the Patch Theater, from 3 p.m., to 4.30 p.m., the one shot Janssen (J&J) vaccine is being given on a walk in basis for eligible members of our military community.
The observance recognizing Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month runs through the month of May. In recognition, a very special event on Friday, 7 May, at 11.30 a.m., until 1 p.m., via MS Teams is going ahead.
Stuttgart high School Seniors face unique challenges when choosing colleges during times of COVID-19.
By Geoffrey Morris Stuttgart Citizen Volunteer Throughout April, the sacrifices of military children are recognized and celebrated as a part of the Month of the Military Child. The “Military Brats” of Stuttgart High School wear their nickname with pride. Some of them so much so, that they intend to follow…
The Spring Bazaar is back with more than 70 vendors to choose from.
Two youth organizations are creating a positive impact on their environment.
Host nation news translated for the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Military community
Update from the Panzer Education Center regarding Tuition Assistance (TA) availability on Army IgnitED
Upcoming closures and appointment openings for the 2021 Spring Bazaar
Local news translated for the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart military community.
Postal impacts at Patch and Robinson Barracks the week of April 19
A scheduled Böblingen County construction project along Panzerstrasse, adjacent to Panzer Kaserne, will impact traffic flow in the area starting in May.
Housing is receiving an increased number of calls. For most efficient service, email the office for a response within two business days.