The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in December 2017 made the majority of government civilian employee relocation entitlements taxable, causing some concern and confusion over what elements would be taxed.
After more than 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America program has updated its policy to a gender-neutral format, meaning boys and girls may now join a troop–together–in their communities.
Behavioral health and suicide amongst senior leaders will be discussed at a symposium, April 17.
Soldiers of IMCOM traded their patches for AMC insignia during a ceremony before the garrison headquarters building.
Updated child supervision guidelines released in 2018.
Books promoting diversity were purchased for Patch Elementary’s “Read Across America” program through a NEA grant.
Community members came together to bridge communication gaps during the Leadership, Equality and Diversity seminar, Feb. 22.
Spc. Joshua Lantz, USAG Stuttgart, earned IMCOM-Europe Best Warrior and Soldier of the Year honors, March 6.
All of the questions and answers from the Feb. 26 Housing town hall are now posted.
Between June and August of this year, the Stuttgart Directorate of Emergency Services Vehicle Registration Office on Panzer Kaserne expects more than 2,000 privately owned vehicle owners will need to renew their registration.
As part of its Clean Air Act, the City of Stuttgart implemented a traffic ban for all diesel vehicles with a Euro emission standard 4 / IV and lower beginning January 2019.
Save the environment and money, too, by using the 405th Army Field Support Brigade’s Hazardous Material Reuse Center on Panzer Kaserne.
Patch Elementary School held its annual Black History Month program, Feb. 28.
Always the last week in February, the Military Saves campaign encourages military families to save money every month.
RBES spelling bee champ, 5th grader Shelby Jones, is going to the European PTA Regional Spelling Bee.