Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed tax breaks for a proposed hotel and conference center in the biocorridor, potential “super park” designs, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, August 27. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
A divided Bryan city council has given preliminary approval to giving $2.4 four million dollars for a conference center that’s part of a planned hotel and retail development in the area of Traditions golf course and the biocorridor. Spencer Clements of Atlas Development, the group that owns Traditions, says without the conference center, there’s no […]
A Brazos County native who has had various volunteer roles for more than 60 years was recognized at this week’s county commission meeting. County Judge Duane Peters first read a local proclamation honoring Jack Donovan. Then Peters told Donovan he was receiving the American Red Cross Presidential Lifetime Volunteer Service Award. Curtis Eckman of […]
U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed the latest developments in ongoing stories about the VA, IRS, Middle East, congressional stalemates, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, August 27. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
The Bryan city council is moving ahead with the idea of a superpark. That followed a presentation from staff and a consultant during Tuesday’s council workshop. Using Veterans Park as a measuring stick, at least 140 acres of land is needed. Boting the location has not been determined, architect Wayne Cooper…who is the mayor pro-tem […]
For the time being, there are no new restrictions on e-cigarettes in College Station. The city council voted Monday night to defer any action to September 11th. That followed public comments. Chris Scotti of the Northgate Merchants Association says the proposed ban in businesses would hurt some members. Northgate bar owner Frank Hageal says […]
Ryan Crocker, Dean of the Bush School and a former ambassador to six countries under four presidents spoke with WTAW’s Patrick Zeinert about conflict in the Middle East as it relates to American citizens.
College Station firefighters responded to a pair of structure fires Monday afternoon. No injuries were mentioned in the fire department’s news release. The first call was to Shipley Do-Nuts on Southwest Parkway. Investigators determined the fire originated in the building’s heating and air conditioning system. The first unit arrived at 1:21 p.m. and the fire […]
Bryan Broadcasting’s newest station is on the air. Maverick 102.7 had its official launch Friday afternoon. President Bill Hicks thanked the partners who made it possible, including Bryan Broadcasting employees and American Momentum Bank. In addition to the radio, Maverick 102.7 is on the Radio Aggieland smartphone app and online at maverickradio.com. Click below to […]
Lt. Chuck Fleeger of the College Station police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about safe driving during the back to school period. News release courtesy of College Station police: Local law enforcement is joining together to remind everyone about the need for back to school awareness throughout our community. On Monday August 25th […]