Initial Review Of City Of College Station’s First Community Conversations Event

The city of College Station’s first community conversation brought out 75 people to discuss the future of the city’s first park…Thomas Park. City manager Bryan Woods said discussion included whether a pool will return to Thomas Park. Woods added the discussion extended to other subjects. Multiple members of city staff and a majority of the […]

Bryan Police Requesting Video Of Stolen Pickup Used In An Attempted Theft Of An ATM Machine

Bryan police is requesting video of a stolen pickup that was used in the attempted theft of an ATM machine. Residents with surveillance cameras living on Copperfield near Pendleton and those living on Austin’s Colony near Settlers Way are asked to review recordings made Wednesday between one and four a.m. for a Dodge pickup and/or […]

Another Reason To Lock Your Vehicles!

The College Station police department reports 55 vehicle burglaries in the last four weeks…or between mid-August and mid-September. 54 of the 55 victim’s vehicles were unlocked. In the preceding four weeks…between mid-July and mid-August…there were 32 vehicle burglaries in College Station. None of the 87 cases includes firearm thefts from vehicles. Share this article:

Funeral Arrangements Announced For College Station Fire Department Deputy Fire Marshal

The College Station fire department has announced funeral arrangements for deputy fire marshal Lance Norwood. Norwood, whose CSFD career began September 2, 1990, died last Saturday from cancer. Visitation is Thursday (September 19) from 5 until 8 p.m. at Hillier Funeral Home in College Station. The funeral service is Friday morning (September 20) at 10 […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan (R-TX) visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about action in Washington D.C., the next generation of nuclear reactors, the possibility of a green plan that includes nuclear, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, September 18, 2019. Listen to “Congressman Bill Flores on The Infomaniacs” on […]

City of Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson on WTAW

City of Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about a change during council meetings, how citizens can voice their issues/opinions, the vote to keep the tax rate the same, the community beautification grant, National Night Out, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, September 18, 2019. Listen to “Bryan […]

College Station ISD Board Member Michael Wesson Resigns

The College Station school board will have six members for about two months. That follows the resignation of Michael Wesson. After announcing he was not seeking a third term, Wesson moved to Alabama and accepted a job at Auburn University as chairman of the department of management. The board decided at Tuesday’s meeting to cancel […]

No Signals At William D Fitch & Arrington For 13 Hours

College Station police reported the signals were restored Tuesday shortly before 7 p.m., or 13 hours after the signals were damaged. Original story: College Station police advise motorists to avoid the William D Fitch and Arrington Road intersection Tuesday morning. According to a CSPD tweet, a dump truck drove through with its bed raised, damaging […]

Bryan Council Adopts Fiscal Year 2020 Property Tax Rate On A 5-1 Vote

The Bryan city council held a special meeting Tuesday evening where the property tax rate for the 2020 fiscal year was adopted. According to online minutes from the city website, the 5-1 vote followed a comment that “the tax rate should be cut if the City could afford to invest so much money in the […]

Navasota Man With B/CS Ties Killed In Monday Night Crash

A Navasota man died Monday night in a two vehicle crash a mile east of Navasota on Highway 105. DPS reports 41 year old Don Conlee Jr. was driving a car that rear ended a semi trailer that was in the process of making a U-turn. Sgt. Jimmy Morgan says the driver of the semi, […]

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