United Way of the Brazos Valley Update on WTAW

United Way President Alison Prince visits with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber about Over the Edge, Day of Action, and more during her appearance on WTAW on Monday, June 18, 2018. Listen to “United Way of the Brazos Valley Update on WTAW” on Spreaker.

Bryan Police Investigate Shooting at Bar

News release from Bryan Police Department: On June 18, 2018 at 2:00 a.m., Officers responded to El Tapatio Bar located at 502 W WJB in Bryan for shots fired. A 29-year-old male arrived at CHI St. Joseph Hospital with a gunshot wound while officers were at the club. Based on the preliminary investigation, an altercation […]

Republican Party of Brazos County Chairman David Hilburn on WTAW

Republican Party of Brazos County Chairman David Hilburn visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia following the Texas Republican Convention during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Monday, June 18, 2018. Listen to “Republican Party of Brazos County Chairman David Hilburn on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

Arts Council Of The Brazos Valley CEO Announces Resignation

From the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley: After eight years of service, July 11 will mark the last day of Chris Dyer’s extremely successful tenure as CEO of The Arts Council and lead advocate for the arts in the Brazos Valley region. Dyer will transition from College Station and head to Waco to assume […]

College Station ISD Announces Retirement Of Central Office Administrator And Who Is Expected To Succeed Him

News release from College Station ISD: Current CSISD Executive Director for Special Services and Accountability Molley Perry was named the district’s Chief Administrative Officer today announced Superintendent Clark Ealy. The CSISD Board of Trustees is expected to approve the hire at its meeting on Tuesday, June 19. Perry will fill the vacancy left by current […]

Three Vehicle Crash Blocks University Between Texas & Tarrow

From College Station police: On June 13, 2018, at approximately 1553 hours (3:53 p.m.), officers with the College Station Police Department were dispatched to the intersection of University Drive East and Nimitz Street in reference to a reported major accident. Officers arrived on scene and learned the following: A blue Ford Escape was traveling northbound […]

Bryan Superpark Consultants Update City Council On Public Feedback

Consultants hired to design the city of Bryan’s new superpark received a variety of responses from city council members Tuesday during an update on public feedback. Councilman Greg Owens joined Prentiss Madison in favoring the conversion of the former golf course into a sports dominated venue. Consultants Sarah Korpita, Shane Howard, and Steve Beachy said […]

Tejas Center In Bryan Adding Marshalls & American Freight Stores

The owner of the Tejas Center in Bryan (at Texas and Villa Maria) has announced two national retailers will be opening later this summer. Marshalls will be opening this September in nearly 24,000 square feet of space formerly occupied by Hastings. And American Freight will open by August 1 in almost 27,000 square feet next […]

Wednesday Was The Bryan Cemetery’s 150th Birthday

The Bryan city cemetery’s celebrated its 150th anniversary Wednesday with a look back and a ribbon cutting that opens space for the future. Henry Mayo of the Brazos County historical commission was the featured speaker. Dr. Mayo noted it’s the final resting place of at least two ambassadors, presidents of what was Texas A&M college, […]

Grand Opening Of Phase One Of Texas A&M’s “The Gardens” Is Friday Morning

Friday is the grand opening of the first phase of Texas A&M’s multi million dollar nature area on the west campus. Program Manager Julie Wilson at A&M’s college of agriculture and life sciences, speaking on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs says the first phase of “The Gardens” is a seven acre plot of different gardens that can […]

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