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 […]

Blinn College Announces Death Of Trustee Richard Powell

Blinn College announced the death of board of trustees vice-chair Richard Powell on Saturday. Powell, a retired lawyer from Brenham, was midway through his first term on the board. He was elected to a six year term in 2015, the year after he was appointed to fill an unexpired term representing a portion of Washington […]

Bryan Planning & Zoning Commission To Pursue A Second Attempt At A Downtown Area Historical District

The Bryan planning and zoning commission (P&Z) has the green light from the city council to continue working on another attempt to establish a historical district in and around the downtown area. That was among the topics during a recent joint meeting of the advisory and governing bodies. P&Z chairman Bobby Gutierrez says a local […]

Preview Of The Seventh Brazos Valley Fair And A Call For Volunteers

A big portion of next week’s seventh Brazos Valley Fair is the contribution of 350 volunteers. Senior manager Fiona Meyer says opportunities are still available. Volunteers can also sell and take tickets, direct visitors to parking areas, and assist visitors throughout the fairgrounds. The fair offers financial contributions to non-profit groups. Click HERE for more […]

Bryan Council Approves The City’s 48th Neighborhood Conservation District

With no discussion, the Bryan city council approves increased zoning protections for another residential neighborhood. The minimum 58 percent of 133 homeowners living in the neighborhood bordered by Barak, Oak Hill, Cambridge, and Manchester agreed to the neighborhood conservation overlay (NCO) district. Five homeowners told the planning and zoning commission (P&Z) they wanted to accommodate […]

Citizen’s Call Leads To Vehicle Burglary Arrest In College Station

A College Station man who has been in the Brazos County jail twice this year to serve time for criminal trespassing is back in jail on a charge of vehicle burglary. According to online records, it’s the 17th trip to jail for 24 year old Kennedy Morris in the last six years. According to a […]

City of College Station Update on WTAW

College Station Municipal Court Judge Ed Spillane visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the upcoming warrant amnesty, the warrant round-up, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, October 12, 2018. Listen to “College Station Municipal Court Judge Ed Spillane on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

Bryan Council Gives Land To Build Houses

With no discussion, the Bryan city council has unanimously given land to a private developer to build homes. Early last year, the city accepted the donation of almost nine acres of land along West Martin Luther King Street from private developers who purchased the former Carver elementary school. At this week’s meeting, the council approved […]

Bryan Police Make Road Rage Arrest

Bryan police responding to a road rage incident Wednesday morning led to an arrest. 26 year old Nathan Booth-Cassy of Bryan denies pointing a handgun at the driver and a passenger of a car who were headed to Blinn College. According to the driver, he unintentionally cut off Cassy while changing lanes on Villa Maria […]

Rock Prairie Road Closed After Concrete Truck Tips

Rock Prairie Road near Lick Creek Park was closed part of Thursday afternoon after a concrete truck tipped on its driver’s side. According to the College Station fire department’s Twitter account, no one was injured. And a CSFD photo showed the truck spilled some of its load.

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