Updated Brazos County Tax Office Website

As the Brazos County tax assessor’s office starts the process of mailing 109,000 property tax bills, the website has been updated to make it easier to pay online. Tax assessor-collector Kristy Roe told county commissioners this week that all functions on the revamped website also work on smartphones. Roe expects her staff will be […]

Recap Of Blinn College Trustees October Regular Meeting

The Blinn College board of trustees, meeting at their new RELLIS campus location, dealt mostly with business at their home base in Brenham during October’s regular meeting. Blinn’s board awarded a contract to renovate the Brenham campus library to Bryan contractor Madison Construction, which was among five companies that submitted a bid. The project budget […]

Two Armed Robberies In As Many Nights Near Post Oak Mall

For the second time in as many nights, there’s been an armed robbery near Post Oak Mall. A cashier at the Texas Food Mart Exxon at Harvey and the freeway told College Station police a black man entered the store Thursday around 1:30 a.m., pointed a handgun at the employee, and left with an undisclosed […]

Bryan ISD Superintendent on WTAW

Bryan ISD Superintendent Christie Whitbeck visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the Essential Eights discipline management program, the idea that students must watch a video to learn how to interact with police, college readiness, a marked decrease in discipline issues, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, October 18, 2018. Listen to […]

2019 Texas A&M Campus Muster Will Be Held The Day After San Jacinto Day

Next year’s Texas A&M’s campus Muster program will be held the day after San Jacinto Day. The one time change is because April 21st of next year is also Easter Sunday. According to an A&M news release, the student led Muster committee expressed concern about the difficulty of getting to Reed Arena on Easter by […]

Fifth Bryan City Council Report On Castle Heights Neighborhood Projects In 18 Months

For the fifth time in 18 months, Bryan city staff has reported to the city council on what’s being done in the Castle Heights neighborhood east of the freeway and south of Highway 21. Councilman Prentiss Madison, who represents the district, talked about efforts by city staff to educate Castle Heights residents, particularly about flooding. […]

Barbara Bush Book Wall Dedication

The floor-to-ceiling Texas flag book wall at The George was dedicated Wednesday in honor of The First Lady of Literacy, Barbara Bush. Neil Bush, co-founder of the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation, was on hand for the unveiling of his mother’s plaque next to the wall. “I can’t think of a more suitable recognition than […]

Two Arrests After Drivers Went Around Barricades For Flooded Roads

Multiple high water rescues made during recent rainfall led to at least one arrest after drivers went around barricades. According to the College Station police arrest report, the 48 year old Nary Ty of Bryan thought it was safe to go through the high water on Harvey Road near the Carter’s Creek bridge because she […]

College Station School Board Approves New Elementary School Boundaries

Update, October 16 2018: College Station school board members Tuesday night approved new elementary school boundaries beginning with the 2019-2020 school year. Tuesday night’s unanimous vote followed adjusted recommendations made last week by administrators. Michael Wesson, who made the motion, noted the volume of community input.   Geralyn Nolan referred to the experience of one […]

City of Bryan Mayor Pro Tem Ben Hardeman on WTAW

City of Bryan Mayor Pro Tem Ben Hardeman visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the progress of Downtown Bryan, neighborhood integrity, rehabbing older areas of the city, flood control, the Castle Heights neighborhood, his future, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Listen to “Bryan Mayor Pro Tem Ben […]

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