Brazos Valley Bombers seeking Fourth Straight TCL Title in 2016

The Brazos Valley Bombers held their annual pre-season press conference Wednesday afternoon at the offices of Nutrabolt, a Cellucor affiliate and name sponsor of the team. Owner Uri Geva outlined several promotional events for the upcoming season, including “Star Wars Night”, a 4th of July “Military Appreciation Matinee Game” & a “‘Top Gun’ 30th Anniversary with […]

Reminder of Thursday Public Hearing For Highway Improvements Near Easterwood Airport

From the TxDOT Bryan district office: PUBLIC HEARINGS ON FM 60 OVERPASS & FM 2818 WIDENING May 19, 2016, on the Texas A&M west campus at the Gilchrist Building, from 5-7 p.m. BRAZOS COUNTY– The Bryan District of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will conduct a public hearing for plans to improve the overpass […]

CPRIT Awards 35 Grants, 7 With Ties To Texas A&M System

News release from CPRIT: The Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) today surpassed the halfway point of its funding authority after awarding 35 new grants totaling around $79.2 million. Thirty-three of the grants were made through CPRIT’s academic research program and two through its product development research program. To date, CPRIT has awarded […]

Recent Arrests Include Counterfeit Money & Pushing Over A Motorcycle

Bryan police at the westside Walmart on an unrelated call arrested a man for trying to spend counterfeit money to send a wire transfer to family. 23 year old Jason Perez of Bryan was charged with 52 counts of government forgery. Each count carries a bond of $8,000 dollars. That means Perez is being held […]

CS School Board Chooses Name Of The District’s Third Intermediate School

College Station school board members stayed with tradition when naming a new school. The board at its monthly meeting Tuesday night approved naming the district’s third intermediate school that is under construction Pecan Trail. A memo from Superintendent Clark Ealy points out trees are used in the names of Oakwood and Cypress Grove Intermediate and […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed the situation with councilman Rafael Pena, the Convention and Visitors Bureau budget and future location, his take on Texas A&M’s decision to part ways with the Research Valley Partnership, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wendesday, May 18. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit […]

Bryan Council Discusses Proposed Sandy Point Sidewalk Again

For the second time in three months, there has been debate about building a new sidewalk requested by a Bryan city councilman for more than two years. Because property owners won’t donate land and the council is not talking about eminent domain, the only other option for a sidewalk along Sandy Point Road from Highway […]

UPDATE: Police Called Again To The Parking Lot Of A Local Chase Bank

Bryan police investigators say a bank bag taking an undisclosed amount of money was taken from a customer by a black man, who ran to a white car and was driven away by a second unidentified suspect. No one was injured. Original story: Last Tuesday, a customer getting back in his car from a Chase […]

Bishop-Elect David Konderla In Austin Following Appointment To Tulsa Diocese

The bishop-elect of the Catholic Diocese of Tulsa, David Konderla of College Station’s St. Mary Catholic Center, met with friends Tuesday morning in Austin. From the video shared by the Diocese of Austin, Konderla said he almost did not pick up the phone when it rang two weeks ago. Konderla said he immediately accepted the […]

Bryan School Board Approves A Grievance Against A Board Member

The Bryan school board approves a grievance filed by a Bryan school district employee against a board member. Trustee John Street, who was named in the grievance filed earlier this month by an unidentified school nurse, met with the board Monday night for more than our hour about an incident at Bonham elementary. That was […]

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