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College Station Medical Center Expansion

College Station Medical Center began construction of their new Breast Diagnostic Center, which is scheduled to open by October. The 3,526 square foot center will double the size of the current facility and offer patients diagnostic services including minimally invasive breast biopsy, breast ultrasound and bone density screening. Vicky Bridier, Chief Operations Officer, said the […]

New Wine-Themed Living Community

A new neighborhood is coming to the Brazos Valley with the wine lover’s heart in mind. BonScott, LLC is the partnership of the Bonarrigo family of Messina Hof Wine Cellars, Inc. and Bentley Scott Jr., Director of Development and General Manager of BonScott, LLC. There first project – BonScott Communities, which will offer “inspired neighborhoods […]

UPDATE: Identity Confirmed of Woman Who Died in Mobile Home Fire

Wednesday afternoon update: Bryan police has announced the woman killed in Tuesday’s mobile home fire as 32 year old Susanna Moreno-Lott. She was among seven adults and one juvenile who lived in the trailer. The cause of the fire remains unknown. A joint police-fire department investigation continues. Tuesday afternoon update: Bryan police and fire investigators […]

Two Arrests for Child Endangerment

Courtesy of College Station Police On July 28, 2015 at approximately 2032 hours, officers with the College Station Police Department received a call in regards to a theft that was in progress at Wal-Mart located at 1815 Brothers Ave. in College Station, Brazos County, Tx. As the officers were enroute to the scene, the suspect […]

Memorial Service for Still Creek Ranch’s Co-Founder

This Sunday, Still Creek Ranch will host a memorial service for its co-founder and longtime co-director, Margaret O’Quinn. Earlier this month, O’Quinn died after being hospitalized for bacterial meningitis. O’Quinn and her husband, Danny, founded Still Creek Ranch in 1988. They ran the home for abused, neglected and abandoned children for 24 years. The O’Quinns, […]

Texas Reds Festival Announces First Round of Bands

The Downtown Bryan Association announced the first round of confirmed bands for the 2015 Texas Reds Festival in September. Amanda Reynolds, Program & Events Manager, said you will see the festival’s Texas-inspired theme throughout the music lineup. “They all have some sort of connection to Texas, so we really try to incorporate the Texas theme […]

Celebrate the Arts 2015

Celebrate the Arts is an annual event hosted by The Arts Council to pay tribute to individuals and organizations that have made a lasting local impact in the arts. The event, which includes entertainment, food and a raffle, also recognizes six award recipients for their work in helping the arts thrive in the Brazos Valley. […]

Supreme Court Extends Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide

WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Supreme Court has declared that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States. Gay and lesbian couples already can marry in 36 states and the District of Columbia. The court’s ruling on Friday means the remaining 14 states, in the South and Midwest, will have to stop […]

Kyle Field Topping Out Ceremony

Even with one of the wettest stretches in Texas history, the Kyle Field redevelopment project has stayed on track. Texas A&M Chancellor John Sharp 1,300 construction workers Wednesday night at a topping out ceremony, which marks the last piece of steel being installed. “We thank you for the 3 million plus man and woman hours […]

Pink Alliance Reveals Surviving & Thriving Speaker

Pink Alliance, the Brazos Valley’s advocate for breast health and cancer support, is hosting their 13th Annual Surviving and Thriving luncheon on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at the College Station Hilton. Tuesday night, Pink Alliance held a special reception to announce this year’s Surviving and Thriving guest speaker, Joan Lunden. Patricia Gerling, Pink Alliance President, […]

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