UPDATE: Final Action Taken On B/CS MPO Highway Plan

Update: The MPO’s policy board voted to adopt the 2050 highway plan Monday with one change. That was to drop a plan for a road south of the Museum of the American G-I to prevent it from interfering with their living history reenactments. The policy board did not approve a request to drop a road […]

Four More Texas Children Die Inside Hot Vehicles

WEATHERFORD, Texas (AP) – Authorities say a Texas woman told investigators that she left her 2-year-old daughter and 16-month-old son in the hot car where they died last month to teach the girl a lesson, and that they didn’t lock themselves in, as she initially said. Twenty-four-year-old Cynthia Marie Randolph was jailed Friday on two […]

Man Knocked Unconscious In Northgate

What started as a verbal argument in the Northgate district early Saturday morning resulted in a physical fight that landed one man in the hospital with a broken jaw. College Station police have not disclosed if they know what caused the dispute along University near Boyett. The victim wound up in the street unconscious after […]

Street Work Starting Saturday At Villa Maria & Carter Creek In Bryan

From the city of Bryan: To accommodate traffic signal improvements, the installation of new accessible sidewalks, and a new roadway surface at the intersection of East Villa Maria Road (FM 1179) and Carter Creek Parkway, intermittent lane closures will begin this Saturday, June 24, 2017. Once complete, this Capital Improvement Project (CIP) will provide not […]

Arrests Of Repeat Offenders And Accused Theft Of Credit Cards

A Bryan man previously warned to stay away from a College Station apartment complex was arrested after he was found in another vacant unit. According to the arrest report, 27 year old Tamont Givens is accused of having $7,600 dollars of stolen property from a neighboring unit at The Marc apartments on Harvey Road. According […]

Bryan Amateur Radio Club Field Day

This weekend, the Bryan Amateur Radio Club is hosting their annual Field Day event. Philip Gates said the nationwide event is a great way for the public to learn what amateur radio operators do for the community. “If people come out, they’re going to see us using our equipment, set up on the spot, with […]

CS School Board Slated To Consider Final Action In July On New Campus Boundary Policy

College Station school board members could take final action next month on a first ever policy to establish a formal procedure for adjusting campus boundaries. Four trustees who attended this week’s meeting…Valerie Jochen, Jeff Harris, Quinn Williams, and Michael Schaefer…had no opposition to the latest draft. Click HERE to read and download the draft policy […]

Proposed Closing Of Bryan Railroad Crossing Dominates Town Hall Meeting

Opponents were heard Wednesday night at a gathering about the idea of closing the Groesbeck Street railroad crossing in Bryan. Councilman Reuben Marin, who sponsored the town hall focusing on the proposed downtown quiet zone, wants members of the downtown quiet zone advisory committee to hear from those speakers. Click HERE to read and download […]

Bryan School Board Awards Contract For Rudder High Expansion And Renovation

An expansion at Bryan’s Rudder high school is now on an extremely fast track. That follows board approval this week of a $3,043,332 dollar contract to add a building for Rudder’s ag program and renovate three existing portable buildings to expand cosmetology and barber programs. Windsor says all the options were included in the contract, […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Closes Its 2016-2017 Community Campaign

United Way of the Brazos Valley will be distributing $625,000 dollars to member agencies. That’s $175,000 short of this year’s goal. Incoming United Way board chair Debbie Eller says one factor that led to decreased giving was the increase in the number of opportunities that are available. President Alison Prince says agencies will be getting […]

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