Brazos County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Public Assistance Catching Burglars

From the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office: The Sheriff’s Office has recently experienced a rise in reports of burglaries. During this time each year we tend to see increases in home burglaries, as more houses are unoccupied during daytime hours. A current strategy for these thieves is to knock on the doors of a residence to […]

Nash Street Reopens Between William Joel Bryan & Villa Maria

The city of Bryan has announced the reopening of Nash Street between William Joel Bryan and Villa Maria. That includes a new roundabout at Nash and Broadmoor, traffic islands at Broadmoor and Trophy, and new sidewalks and crosswalks. A few parts of the project have yet to be completed, including landscaping in the middle of […]

Another Round Of Criminal Mischief Victims In College Station

College Station police has received another round of vehicle windows shot out with BB guns. Lt. Steve Brock says 15 criminal mischief cases were filed as of Friday at 3 p.m. The incidents took place Friday between midnight and 3 a.m. There were four in the 1400 block of Hillside, three in the 3000 block […]

Texas A&M System’s RELLIS Campus Has A Leader

The newest addition to the administrative team at the Texas A&M System is a recent retiree of another state agency. Chancellor John Sharp brought John Barton on board to work on strategic initiatives after Barton retired in January from nearly 30 years at TxDOT, leaving as their deputy executive director. On Thursday, Sharp announced Barton […]

A Bryan Councilman’s Third Attempt In Six Months For A Sidewalk

For the third time in six months, Bryan city councilman Rafael Pena was looking for money to build a sidewalk along Sandy Point Road from Highway 21 west to Forest Park apartments. During this week’s discussion of next year’s city budget, Pena was told there was $1.5 million million dollars from the oil and gas […]

TxDOT To Check Out CS Resident’s Traffic Concern

A College Station intersection considered dangerous by at least one local resident is getting another look by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT). Floyd Daughters asked the College Station city council this month to block motorists exiting the freeway southbound at Barron Road from making right turns on Graham. That’s after Daughters went back to […]

Brazos Valley Lodging Association Asks Bryan City Council To Increase CVB Funding

Next year’s proposed Bryan city budget calls for no increase to outside agencies. At this week’s council workshop, the convention and visitors bureau (CVB) asked for an additional $130,000 dollars in hotel occupancy tax money. Supporters include Noel Mayes of the Brazos Valley Lodging Association, who says the supply of motel rooms is up 60 […]

Filing Period Ends For All November City-School Elections in B/CS

Thursday was the last day to file for one of two unexpired terms on the College Station city council being vacated by opponents in this year’s mayor’s race. There was a fourth filing, that came with four minutes before city hall closed for the day. Businessowner and attorney Jeremy Osborne has is seeking Karl Mooney’s […]

Red Cross Helps Louisiana Flood Victims

The state of Louisiana is working to recover from historic flooding last week, and it is a long road ahead. More than 30,000 people were rescued by emergency crews and more than 40,000 homes were damaged. Amy Grace, Executive Director of Red Cross Serving the Heart of Texas, said over 1,500 volunteers from across the […]

UPDATE: Law Enforcement Pursuit From College Station to Suburban Houston

Update: Three Houston men were arrested on multiple charges following reports of burglaries in College Station, followed by a four county chase that ended in suburban Houston. 25 year old Enrique Bonilla Bravo, 26 year old Daveon Remond Whitfield, and 26 year old Marlin Laurell Cole are all charged with breaking into a home on […]

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