Congressman Flores’ Reaction to Eric Holder Resignation

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement that he is resigning was welcomed by many. Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan says Holder has “continuously and shamefully violated his oath of office to protect and defend our Constitution.” Looking forward, Flores hopes the next AG will do his job “without regard to politics”, which the congressman says […]

Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service Monday in College Station

News release courtesy of the College Station Fire Department: Each year, in conjunction with National Fire Prevention Week, a grateful Nation honors its fallen fire heroes. The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (http://firehero.org/) coordinates a Memorial Weekend at the National Fire Academy in Emmitsburg, Maryland, that brings survivors of fallen firefighters together with members of the […]

Recommendations to Save More Money at Texas A&M

Texas A&M University employees are being told more is going to be done to save more money. The A&M leadership steering committee (LSC) website states nearly $2.4 million dollars in salary savings since a hiring freeze started almost five months ago. That money has been moved from individual department accounts to presidential reserve accounts. Interim […]

Record Crowd Attends 12th Surviving & Thriving Luncheon

The 12th annual Surviving & Thriving breast cancer awareness luncheon was held Wednesday. A sellout crowd of more than 700 heard a breast cancer update and developments from oncologist Dr. Erin Fleener. Click here to listen to Dr. Erin Fleener The keynote speaker, Hollye Jacobs, is the author of “The Silver Lining” and the award […]

Lane Changes on Dartmouth Between Harvey & Holleman

Motorists using Dartmouth in College Station are advised to watch out for changes between Holleman and Harvey. Northbound traffic approaching Holleman will see a message board that the right lane is for right turns only. That is new, along with the stretch between Holleman and Harvey becoming one lane in each direction instead of two. […]

Some Blinn College Bryan Offices Moving Off Campus

A short term solution to space issues on the Blinn College campus in Bryan is moving some non-academic offices off campus. Blinn trustees have approved a letter of intent to sign a five year lease at the Tejas Center at Villa Maria and Texas. The cost of the lease and remodeling have not been determined. […]

Competing Interests for 10 Free Parking Spaces in Northgate

The College Station city council tabled a request to temporarily block 10 free parking spaces in Northgate. The item will return at the council’s next meeting on October 9. The developer of “The Domain”, a student housing and retail area on the site of College Station’s original city hall and Cafe Eccell, sought the room […]

B/CS Gets Games of Texas in 2018 & 2019

Two months ago, 8,500 athletes and 20,000 spectators were in the twin cities for the week long Games of Texas. Last week, the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation held its annual conference. And Shannon Overby of the Convention and Visitors Bureau says the games are coming back in 2018 and 2019. Overby says credit goes to […]

Pink Alliance Debuts New BTHO Breast Cancer T-Shirts

The Pink Alliance breast cancer support and advocacy organization recently debuted this year’s Beat The Hell Outta Cancer t-shirt. Board members were at C.C. Creations to pick up a check for $2,200 dollars from last year’s t-shirt sales. This year’s shirts will go on sale Monday, September 29, at C.C. Creations Warehouse store on Holleman […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski on WTAW

Click below to listen to Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski’s visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, September 24, 2014.

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