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Health For All Receives Donation from Len & Nancy Berry

Health For All, Inc (HFA), a nonprofit free health care clinic in the Brazos Valley received a donation from Len and Nancy Berry on Thursday. The mayor of College Station and her husband, a distinguished professor at Texas A&M, presented a check for more than $5,000 of clinical equipment and resources to benefit the clinic. […]

New Driving Laws Includes Additional Requirement for Texas Teen Drivers

There is a new requirement for Texas teens applying for a driver license. Starting September 1, 2015 applicants who complete a teen driver education course must also complete the Impact Texas Teen Driver program. DPS Trooper Jimmy Morgan said the two hour program consists of several videos about the dangers of distracted driving. “It is […]

U.S. Department of Commerce Invests Nearly $1.4 Million to Strengthen Workforce and Job Creation in Brenham

Courtesy of United States Department of Commerce WASHINGTON – U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Jay Williams was in Texas today to announce that the Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a nearly $1.4 million grant to the Economic Development Foundation of Brenham in Washington County, Texas, home of “Blue Bell” ice cream, […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed the CVB’s proposal, budget workshops, citizen surveys and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, August 26. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JasonBienski082615

United Way Update

Alison Prince of United Way visits with WTAW’ Chelsea Reber about their mission and purpose in the community. Click below to hear comments from Alison Prince visiting with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. AlisonPrince082415

CSFD Blood Drive Fundraiser

Sunday, August 30th, College Station Fire Department is hosting a blood drive, platelet donation and picnic fundraiser for one of their own. Ben Miller is a seven year veteran who was diagnosed with AML Leukemia this summer. He has been receiving chemotherapy and other treatments at MD Anderson in Houston. His brothers at CSFD are […]

Brazos County Possible Foreign Trade Zone

Research Valley Partnership recently met with Port of Houston Authority officials to discuss the possible designation of all Brazos County as a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ). Texas Triangle Park, Brazos County’s first FTZ, is part of the Port of Houston’s FTZ 84. A FTZ is a designated area in which foreign and domestic goods are […]

Nominations Being Accepted for Keep Brazos Beautiful

Keep Brazos Beautiful is hosting their Annual Awards Celebration and Luncheon on Wednesday, September 23rd from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at The Hilton College Station. Raena Blumenthal, Executive Director, said ten awards will be given to individuals and organizations. “It is just a great way to celebrate the efforts of the countless individuals, organizations, […]

College Station Man Dies in Car Accident

A College Station man is dead after his car went off a bridge into the Brazos River shortly before noon on Thursday. Travis Michael Greene, 35, was driving at a high rate of speed eastbound on FM 413 in Falls County said Trooper DL Wilson. “For some unknown reason, approaching the bridge over the Brazos […]

FEMA Deadline For Texans Affected by Storms

Texans have until Thursday, August 27th to register with FEMA for financial assistance if they were affected by the early summer storms and flooding. The deadline applies to people who had damage between May 4th and June 22nd said spokesman John Mills. “The money can be used for home repairs, rental assistance, to live somewhere […]

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