Texas A&M Opens New Avian Health Complex

The Texas A&M University College of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, which hosts one of the top avian medicine programs in the country, opened a new avian health complex this week. Director of the Schubot Exotic Bird Health Center, Dr. Ian Tizard said 11,000 square foot center will not only improve research, but teaching also. “The […]

Northgate Closing Time Assault Sends Man to Hospital

College Station Police responded at 2:18 a.m. Friday to 310 Church Avenue for a report of a large fight. The victim said he was knocked to the ground then kicked in head by four or five men. Police said the victim was transported to College Station Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. The attackers fled the scene before police […]

Three-day Celebration of Kyle Field Reopening

Courtesy of Texas A&M University COLLEGE STATION, August 14, 2015—An extended celebration of the grand reopening of Kyle Field is set to kick off Friday, September 11, the day before the Aggies’ first home football game this season, and continue through the weekend—complete with fireworks, what is billed as the “world’s largest tailgate,” a free […]

Bryan ISD Superintendent Tommy Wallis on WTAW

Bryan ISD Superintendent Tommy Wallis discussed teacher turnover, tax rates, additional funds from Austin, and more on The Infomaniacs Friday, August 14. Click below to listen to Superintendent Tommy Wallis’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

CS Council Gives Its Blessing To A $75 Million Senior Community

The College Station city council has approved a request to issue $75 million dollars in tax-exempt bond financing for a new retirement community. Methodist Retirement Communities (MRC), which owns Crestview in Bryan, wants to build another continuing care retirement campus. It would be located next to Christ United Methodist Church along Highway 6. There is […]

CS Council Decides Against Bond Issue This November

The College Station city council has decided not to hold a bond election this November. A majority agreed to borrow money without voter approval for some things and pay cash for others. City Manager Kelly Templin said it was the best way to implement the recommendations of a community advisory committee. Templin says they changed […]

Pappadeaux’s Ready To Start Building in College Station

Thursday evening update: The College Station city council unanimously approved the zoning change requested by Pappas restaurants. Original story: Many have waited for the better part of two years to learn when Pappas restaurants will build at the site of the former Scott and White clinic at University and the freeway. Construction of a Pappadeaux’s […]

Bryan Police Arrest Two Men Accused In 6 of 80 Criminal Mischief Cases

From the Bryan police department’s Facebook page: Two arrests by Bryan police clear six of 80 cases where vehicle windows were shot out with BB guns from mid-May through July. 22 year old Brandon Gonzales of Bryan and 23 year old Jacinto Perez, who lives west of Bryan, are accused of causing an estimated $2,700 […]

Woman Attacked Outside CS Apartment Complex

An attack outside a College Station apartment complex during the noon hour Thursday resulted in a woman receiving hospital treatment for injuries not believed to be life threatening. The victim told police she was walking along the east fence of Southgate Village Apartments on Luther when she was approached by four or five men she […]

Teacher Turnover Numbers in Bryan and College Station ISD’s

On the eve of students returning to public schools, a look at teacher turnover rates in the two local districts shows little change from past years. The most recent information submitted from school districts to the Texas Education Agency, for the 2013-14 school year, reported the statewide average of teacher turnover is 16.2 percent. The […]

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