Arrest This Week In January Theft At College Station’s Victoria’s Secret Store

College Station police accuse two women and a man for a January 6 shoplifting at Victoria’s Secret where almost $2,100 dollars of merchandise was stolen. The list of items taken without being paid for, includes 144 panties and 26 bras. The first arrest took place this week, as 41 year old Michael Wayne Kennedy of […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Councilman Brent Hairston visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the superpark, the Midtown plan, the environmental impact from construction on the lake at the superpark, Sandy Farris’s retirement, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, February 26, 2020. Listen to “Bryan Councilman Brent Hairston on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker. Share this article:

College Station ISD School Board Names Superintendent Lone Finalist

The only applicant for superintendent of College Station ISD is named lone finalist for the job. That’s after an enthusiastic school board Tuesday afternoon unanimously voted for interim Mike Martindale. Martindale waited through a 30 minute executive session, then listened to 20 minutes of board comments before the vote. This is Martindale’s third position with […]

Brazos County Primary Voting Reminder To Look For All Candidates On The Ballot

Brazos County voters are reminded to take additional time to make sure they vote for the candidate of their choice. Elections administrator Trudy Hancock says there are so many Republicans running for CD-17 and so many Democrats running for president, that not all the names are initially displayed on the computer screen. In those cases, […]

Brazos County District Court Jury Convicts Bedias Man Of Felony Theft From His Former Employer

A Brazos County district court jury has convicted a Bedias man of stealing what the trial judge determined was $100,000 dollars of tungsten carbide metal. 51 year old Dennis Surface is the first of two brothers to go to trial on a felony theft charge from their former employer, which is located in south Brazos […]

Local Businesses Honored at Community Impact Lunch

Owners of three local businesses were honored at the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce Community Impact Awards lunch on Tuesday. The awards recognize Hispanic, African-American, Asian, American-Indian and Women business owners who have demonstrated a significant impact on our community. This year’s winners: Rayne Knight-Zingelmann – Aggieland Roofing & Wind Dancer Retreat Tricia Barksdale – […]

Retirement Of Assistant Bryan Police Chief Wayland Rawls

The Bryan police department announced Tuesday morning, the retirement of assistant chief Wayland Rawls. Rawls was arrested last week on a misdemeanor assault charge stemming from an off duty incident earlier this month at a Bryan events center. The Brazos County Attorney’s office has not filed a formal charge, according to online records. Statement from […]

Construction Starts Next Month On “Aggie Park”, Between The Association of Former Students & Koldus Buildings

For nearly five years, the Texas A&M system and the flagship campus have been talking about redeveloping the area east of Kyle Field, between the Koldus bulding and the alumni center. That project has become a reality. The Association of Former Students and the A&M Foundation have announced construction starts next month on the $25 […]

Third Generation To Lead Somerville Based Citizens State Bank

Somerville based Citizens State Bank now has a third generation leader of the company that has locations in six Brazos Valley cities. Aaron Flencher has been named president and chief executive officer. His father, Ben Flencher Jr., continues to serve as board chairman and will assist the bank on a day to day basis. Aaron […]

Record Numbers At CSISD Education Foundation’s 50 Men Who Can Cook

This month’s 50 Men Who Can Cook fundraiser for the College Station school district’s education foundation resulted in what school board member Mike Nugent described was “astonishing numbers”. Nugent and fellow board member Jeff Horak, who was a co-chairman of the annual benefit, gave a report at the last board meeting. More than 1400 people […]

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