Of the two certainties in life, one of them at Kelley Barracks is done for the year as the Stuttgart Tax Center has closed after helping the military community file its 2017 taxes.
Child death from vehicular heatstroke is a parent’s worst nightmare, but unfortunately, it happens more often than you think.
Blow-ups are caused when concrete slabs do not have enough room to expand in the heat.
The US Department of State recently updated the Department of State Standardized Regulations.
Heat illness continues to threaten individual health and performance of our service members, Department of Defense civilians, and the collective health of our force.
Testing for Legionella bacteria in the Stuttgart community has mostly finished, with 12 out of 131 samples set to be retaken.
The USAG Stuttgart Fire Department held live demonstrations to educate the community on fire safety and prevention.
An estimated 25% of pregnant women carry the Group B Streptococcus (GBS) bacteria.
The garrison’s annual force protection exercise tested first responders and garrison agencies on their ability to respond to a simulated emergency.
CID is warning the Army community to be on the lookout for the “Virtual Kidnapping” hoax.
An overview of the Neighborhood Watch program will take place at 6 p.m., June 28, in the Robinson Barracks Community Center.
At a ceremony before assembled troops and distinguished guests, incoming Command Sgt. Maj. Toese Tia assumed responsibility from Command Sgt. Maj. Mariano Z. Alvarez as the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart senior enlisted advisor, June 15.
Q: “I read that article in “The Stuttgart Citizen” last month–the one about wills, written by that extremely intelligent and handsome JAG officer–and I still don’t want a will.”
We all love sightseeing in Europe, but first there are many inherent tasks before getting to our destinations to enjoy ourselves.
The Oak Processionary Caterpillar is a moth that can be an irritant to human skin.