By Lea Scavetta Stuttgart Citizen volunteer Quarantine has been difficult for some Stuttgart High School students, with many teens losing touch with their routines, missing friends and not being able to participate in after school activities. Even though pandemic restrictions affect their social lives, teens continue to persevere and find
Story by Angelika Aguilar and Rachele Pezzuti, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart On a weekly basis, the Lord Mayor of Böblingen, Dr. Stefan Belz and the USAG Stuttgart Garrison Commander, Col. Jason Condrey talk about issues and concerns they are facing with their respective communities. During a recent telephone conversation between
Story and Imagery by Rebecca Castellano U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Stuttgart, Germany – Emergency funding allowed U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart to fill crucial job openings during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the coronavirus impacted garrison services, officials found personnel shortages at community mail rooms, garrison operations and the public affairs office.
Story by Paul Hughes USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Patch Library You’ve watched everything on your streaming service, read every book in your bookcase and played every game in your sideboard. Well here’s some good news for you. As of May 5, the library becomes another lifeline, in the battle against
DoDEA schools in Europe will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.