Former Wellborn Community Center Treasurer Admits To Stealing Thousands Of Dollars

The longtime treasurer of the Wellborn Community Center admits to stealing thousands of dollars the last seven years. According to the arrest report from College Station police, 64 year old Mary Beth Hammock is accused of making 310 unauthorized transfers from the center’s bank account between August 2012 and April 2019, totaling almost $95,000 dollars. […]

Texas A&M Health Science Center’s Leader Is Headed To The University Of California

The leader of the Texas A&M Health Science Center is headed to the University of California. Dr. Carrie Byington, who was in her third year in Aggieland, starts October 31st as executive vice president of UC Health. According to the UC’s president’s office, Byington will be in charge of UC’s five academic medical centers, a […]

Bryan School Board Approves Allowing Out Of District Students At New Career And Technical Education Complex

The Bryan school district’s new career and technical education complex will also teach incoming juniors and seniors from Snook and Caldwell. That’s after the school board approved a memorandum of understanding with the neighboring districts at this week’s meeting. Chief of staff Ginger Carrabine says BISD will be paid for teaching the 17 out of […]

College Station School Board Reviews The 2019-2020 Budget

This week’s College Station school board meeting included a fifth review of the proposed 2019-2020 school year budget. Deputy Superintendent and Chief Financial Officer Mike Martindale reported the state legislature’s passing of HB 3 created a net addition of approximately $6 million in the CSISD budget by decreasing the district’s projected recapture payment back to […]

Two Cypress Men Accused Of Two College Station Armed Robberies On July 5th Are In Custody

Two Houston area men accused of two armed robberies in College Station on July 5th are in custody. Texas A&M police report serving arrest warrants on 19 year old Cameron Limbrick, who has been in the Harris County jail since Monday on an unrelated charge. That’s after 25 year old Dalton Lemoine of Cypress turned […]

Woman Arrested For Stealing $3,000 From College Station Employer And Man Arrested For DWI Following Hit And Run Crash

A Bryan woman is in jail accused of stealing $3,000 dollars from a former employer. According to the arrest report from College Station police, 22 year old Marissa Garcia made 11 transfers over a 21 day period last December and January. The business owner’s bank notified CSPD of the illegal withdrawals, which ranged from $20 […]

College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney on WTAW

College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about City Manager Bryan Woods, the city budget, on street parking issues, Thomas Park, the future of a YMCA, the new City Hall, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, July 19, 2019. Listen to “College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney on The […]

Bryan Broadcasting’s Peace 107:7 Nominated For A National Award

For the second consecutive year, Bryan Broadcasting’s Peace 107:7 has been nominated for a Marconi Award from the National Association of Broadcasters. Peace has been named one of the top five religious radio stations in the United States for their excellence and performance. Established in 1989, this year’s Marconi winners will be announced during the […]

College Station & Bryan Police Asking If You’ve Seen These People Of Interest

College Station and Bryan police went to social media Thursday asking for assistance in finding people of interest. College Station police posted a video of a man who picked up a wallet that was not his in a grocery store parking lot last Sunday. Anyone who recognizes the man is asked to contact CSPD criminal […]

College Station School Board Deliberates Less Than Five Minutes Before Extending The Superintendent’s Contract

The College Station school board was behind closed doors during this week’s meeting for less than five minutes before approving a one year extension of superintendent Clark Ealy’s contract. The only board comments came from president Jeff Harris before the unanimous vote…where Harris interrupted the superintendent.   Dr. Ealy thanked the board for the extension. […]

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