United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

Three months ago, volunteers packaged 1,250 “baby bundles” on United Way of the Brazos Valley’s Day of Action. Director of Community Development Eleesha Blackwell says there have been so many births, they have fewer than 300 bundles of appropriate books and toys to give to parents of low income households. In addition to collecting toys, […]

New Leader At The Texas A&M Health Science Center

News release from the Texas A&M System: Following an extensive national search, The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents has approved the appointment of Carrie L. Byington, M.D. to lead health education related efforts as Vice Chancellor for Health Services, Dean of the College of Medicine and Senior Vice President for the Health Science […]

Aggie Football Media Day: South Carolina

Head Coach Kevin Sumlin   Defensive Coordinator John Chavis   Offensive Coordinator Noel Mazzone   Safety Justin Evans   Defensive End Daeshon Hall   Wide Receiver Christian Kirk   Linebacker Richard Moore   Quarterback Connor McQueen

College Station Council Agrees To Out Of Court Settlement

The College Station city council has agreed to settle a lawsuit out of court. The only comment was the motion read by councilwoman Blanche Brick at the council’s last meeting. The council unanimously voted to authorize City Manager Kelly Templin to settle the lawsuit entitled Conrad Edward Juliao v. City of College Station in an […]

Groundbreaking of $70 Million RELLIS Building

The first of nine buildings as part of a $300 million dollar conversion of the former Texas A& M Riverside campus is officially underway. Groundbreaking took place Monday on the $70 million dollar Center for Infrastructure Renewal. System chancellor John Sharp says it’s only the second facility of its type in the country. Vice chancellor […]

Local Post Oak Tree Population Decline

Heavy rains this spring and summer have taken a toll on the local post oak tree population. Diagnostician Sheila McBride with the Texas Plant Disease Diagnostic Lab said even if trees survived previous droughts, they could still be stressed. “It was like a nail in the coffin with the rain. And post oaks don’t like […]

Arrests After School Lockdowns And Two Crashes In Bryan

Bryan police determined a lockdown last Friday morning at Rudder High School and Harvey Mitchell Elementary was due to a 17 year old making a false report. According to the arrest report, Christen Green told officers he called the high school and said someone with a gun was walking in front of Rudder. Bryan police […]

Spraypainting Vehicles In A West Bryan Neighborhood

15 vehicles were spraypainted in a west Bryan neighborhood. Police report total damage is estimated at $6,500 dollars from the criminal mischief reported on Monday, located south of Villa Maria and west of Harvey Mitchell Parkway. The vehicles were parked on Broken Arrow Circle, Sandalwood Lane, Pebblebrook Lane, and Sleepy Hollow Lane. In one incident […]

UPDATE: Two Bryan Convenience Store Armed Robberies In 16 Hours

Update: Bryan police are investigating two convenience store armed robberies in a 16 hour period. Monday afternoon at two, one black man with an unidentified weapon entered the Ready 2 Go store on South College south of Coulter and left with an undisclosed amount of money. No one was injured. Sunday night at ten, two […]

Greens Prairie Trail Widening Project Starts This Week

As early as this week, begins another major street widening project in College Station. The city council and school board at their last meetings approved separate contracts making Greens Prairie Trail a four lane between Wellborn and Royder Roads. Public Works director Donald Harmon told the council the construction is timed with the completion of […]

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