Bryan City Council Approves An Economic Development Agreement With The New Owners Of The Former Bowie Elementary School

At the end of July, an announcement was made of new owners for Bryan’s former Bowie elementary school. The Bryan city council at this week’s meeting unanimously approved an economic development agreement for the property. 28 years after the last classes were held, the new property owners are in the process of what city staff […]

Suspicious Package Found Inside A College Station Business

A suspicious package was found inside a College Station business Wednesday during the noon hour. College Station police reported the department’s bomb squad disposed of the item and determined it was not an explosive device. The package was inside the Clockwork Games store, which is located behind The Tap at the Woodstone Center on Harvey […]

United Way of the Brazos Valley Update on WTAW

United Way of the Brazos Valley President Alison¬†Prince and Jerry Gritter from The Texas Ramp Project visit with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. Listen to “United Way of the Brazos Valley Update on WTAW” on Spreaker. Share this article:

Texas A&M System Board Of Regents Gives Green Light To Purchase Another Aircraft

More national travel for the Texas A&M system and its universities and agencies is behind the board of regents recent decision to pursue the purchase of an aircraft that can fly a further distance. Vice chancellor for business services Phillip Ray says the system’s expanding footprint includes the Los Alamos nuclear lab in New Mexico, […]

Lane Closures Along Bryan Freeway Service Road To Extend Multi Use Path

Parents and Bryan school buses taking children to and from Sam Rayburn intermediate school and those going in and out of the Austin’s Colony shopping center and Premiere Cinema will be among those inconvenienced for the next eight months. The TxDOT district office in Bryan reports Wednesday is the first day of lane closures along […]

Local Arrests On DWI And Criminal Trespass Charges

A Bryan man is accused of drunk driving when his car struck the rear of a College Station ambulance. The ambulance was stopped at Texas and George Bush shortly before three in the morning last Saturday. The driver of the car, 27 year old Jacoby Woodard, is out of jail after posting bonds totaling $4,000 […]

College Station Firefighters Respond To Two More Cold Weather Calls

Two reports of structure fires to College Station firefighters during the midnight hour Tuesday turned out to be cold weather issues. The Sprint store at Texas and Holleman had a malfunctioning heater that was caught before a fire started. And a furnace being turned on for the first time generated smoke on a heating coil […]

Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about last night’s city council meeting, funding certificates of obligation, the superpark, Blue Duck scooters, a new mural, the former Bowie Elementary School, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. Listen to “Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson on The Infomaniacs” on […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan (R-TX) visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia¬† about his Veteran Commendation Honorees, what to expect from the impeachment hearing, the possibility of a government shutdown, committee news, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. Listen to “Congressman Bill Flores on The Infomaniacs” on […]

Arts Council Of The Brazos Valley Announces A New Executive Director

From the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley: The Arts Council, representing the arts, culture and heritage of the Brazos Valley, announced today the selection of Sheree Boegner as its next Executive Director. Boegner’s appointment follows an expansive search and is effective November 18, 2019. “We are thrilled to bring Sheree Boegner on board as […]

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