B/CS Chamber Job Fair Is Thursday

If you or someone you know is looking for a job, you can check out 55 prospective employers in one location Thursday at the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce job fair. The chamber’s Kim Dyer says those who make hiring decisions will be participating. She encourages applicants to dress as if you’re going to an […]

Mayor Nancy Berry on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs

College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discussed a new monument in College Station, construction projects, and more during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, April 27. Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. NancyBerry042716

Better Business Bureau Scam Alert About Computer Blue Screens

spin on an old computer scam has been reported to the Better Business Bureau. Regional director Bill McGuire says if your computer gets a blue screen with a message to call Microsoft to remove a virus, reboot your computer instead. McGuire says for those who are scammed, that means giving outside access to their computers. […]

Bryan Collegiate Receives TEA Grant

Bryan Collegiate High School, in its ninth year of giving students the opportunity to earn 60 hours of college credit, will be involved in developing similar campuses around the state. Collegiate is among 13 recipients of a Texas Education Agency grant to be a demonstration site for other school districts wanting to start an early […]

Decision Postponed To Record Bryan Councilmen At Community Meetings

The Bryan city council Tuesday night postponed a vote on a request to record all community meetings where councilmembers participate. The proposal from Ben Hardeman and Buppy Simank would have city staff record and produce minutes any time and any where a council member attends and/or addresses any issues that may come before the governing […]

Have You Seen This Man?

From the Bryan police department: On 3/2/16 several charges were made on a stolen Credit Card. If you recognize this person of interest please contact Det. Matt Miller at 979-209-5326 or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. Refer to Case #16-0300831 He made several charges at both Target and Lowe’s in Bryan. Some were declined but approximately […]

Man Who Refuses To Pay For Ride Home Tells CS Police He Was Beaten Unconscious

Getting a ride home turned out to be a painful experience for a local man. College Station police are looking for the man who repeatedly struck the victim Friday night just after six in a parking lot off Wellborn near Rock Prairie. The victim told police when the driver said he wanted $20 dollars, the […]

UPDATE: Johnny Manziel Indicted On A Misdemeanor Assault Charge

Update: DALLAS (AP) _ A Texas grand jury has indicted ex-Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel on an assault charge after his ex-girlfriend accused him of domestic violence. The Heisman Trophy winner and former Texas A&M star was indicted Tuesday on a charge of misdemeanor assault related to family violence. The Class A misdemeanor carries up […]

Recap Of Seven Local Arrests

Last month, a Bryan woman was arrested for intentionally driving her truck through the yard of a former friend in College Station, causing $3,600 dollars in damage. College Station police has arrested 52 year old Anna Prazak again, this time for stealing $137,000 dollars from the former friend. According to the arrest report, the victim […]

Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley Holds 12th Tribute Luncheon

The 12th annual tribute luncheon held by the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley (CFBV) recognized the contributions of three people. This year’s honorees were Reba Ragsdale, Candy Rust, and Royce Hickman. The luncheon, emceed by Mike Wright, also included video presentations of each of the honorees and proclamations issued by Governor Abbott. Foundation board […]

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