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College Station Council Wants An Update On New Rental Bicycle Regulations

Three and a half months after the College Station city council began regulating rental bicycles that leave the Texas A&M campus, the city council wants to revisit the issue. Councilman John Nichols received support to get a full update. Among other things, Nichols wants to know the status of OFO’s permit with the city, and […]

Two Dead After Two Vehicle Crash on SH 21 at Cooks Point

Two people are dead after a two vehicle crash Monday morning on Highway 21 at Cooks Point. DPS Sergeant Jimmy Morgan says a Mack truck tractor pulling a saltwater semi-trailer was stopped on FM 1362, and when it turned onto Highway 21, it was struck by an eastbound minivan. Morgan says the driver, 62 year-old […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Alsie Bond, Community Development Director, visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about Bank on Brazos Valley’s upcoming credit fair and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Monday, October 15, 2018. Listen to “Bryan’s Community Development Director Alsie Bond on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

Bryan Mayor Gives iBio Update To The City Council

Last July, Bryan based pharmaceutical manufacturer iBio and a Chinese company issued a joint announcement about the production of a new plant-based drug. At the last Bryan city council meeting, mayor Andrew Nelson recapped a four day series of meetings that were held at the iBio plant earlier this month. The mayor thanked the Brazos […]

Two Traffic Arrests In Six Days And Victim In College Station Armed Robbery Thought He Was Picking Up A Prostitute

Twice in a six day period this month, a Bryan man has gone to jail on traffic charges. According to online records, the first arrest of 61 year old Jimmy Foster was on ten traffic warrants. Two days after posting bond, Bryan police responded to a call of a reckless vehicle in the Miramont subdivision. […]

New Home For StageCenter Community Theatre

The 53rd season of the all volunteer StageCenter community theatre organization is underway in a new location in downtown Bryan. The president of StageCenter’s board of governors, Cindy Roberts, says public reaction has been great about being in the former Superior Furniture building at 24th and Bryan. Before that, the building was home to a […]

Three College Station Manager Finalists Are In Town

The College Station city council now has three finalists for the city manager’s job. You are invited to a meet and greet with the finalists Monday between 5:30 and 7 p.m. at city hall. The finalists are College Station interim manager Jeff Capps, the manager in College Park Georgia, Terrence Moore, and New Braunfels assistant […]

Additional Hours This Week To Apply For Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program

The local Salvation Army has extended the application period for families interested in receiving Christmas assistance through the Angel Tree program. Applications for the Angel Tree program continues Monday from 9:30 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Salvation Army office in Bryan. The extended hours were set to accommodate working families. Applications will also be […]

Flash Flood Rescues To No Rain Saturday Night In Brazos County

Some portions of Bryan/College Station had enough rainfall Saturday night to prompt high water rescues. Other areas had no rain. As of Sunday morning, no deaths or injuries were reported by local law enforcement and emergency management officials. The National Weather Service office in Houston received a report of 11.64 inches from a location in […]

Aggie Football Tops South Carolina for Third Straight Win

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Kellen Mond threw for 353 yards and freshman Seth Small had four field goals, including the go-ahead kick in the fourth quarter, to lift No. 22 Texas A&M to a 26-23 victory over South Carolina on Saturday. The Aggies (5-2, 3-1 Southeastern Conference) won their third straight this season and moved to 5-0 against the Gamecocks […]

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