Bryan City Council Approves First Electric Scooter Agreement

Electric scooters are now available in Bryan. That follows city council action at this week’s meeting to launch a pilot program. Mayor Andrew Nelson talked about a recent test drive…

Rebuilding commission calls Hurricane Harvey a "wakeup call" for Texas

Evacuees flee flooding in a boat with a nearly submerged Houston sign behind them, on Aug, 29, 2017. Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 storm with winds of…

City Of Bryan Now Has Temporary Control Of Grandview Cemetery

The Bryan city council this week unanimously voted to take temporary control of the privately owned Grandview Cemetery, which has had no official ownership since 1972. A new non-profit organization…

Bryan City Council Reverses Direction And Will Pursue City Initiated Annexation

In September, the Bryan city council decided not to pursue city initiated annexation on the west side of town, including the RELLIS campus. The council changed its mind this week,…

Bryan City Council Approves The Sale Of Former Fire Station #2

A former Bryan fire station is returning to the property tax rolls. That’s after the city council approved selling the recently closed fire station number two at Cavitt and Dellwood…

Dennis Maloney Wins College Station City Council Runoff

Final unofficial total in the College Station city council runoff election: Dennis Maloney 1225 Elizabeth Cunha 852 Canvassing and the swearing in ceremony will take place on December 19. Early…

City Of Bryan Hires Out Of Town Lawyer And Answers Planet K Sign Lawsuit

Tuesday’s Bryan city council meeting includes the first discussion behind closed doors since the city responded to a lawsuit filed by a business fighting to keep a sign in its…

1.46% Of College Station’s Registered Voters Participate In Council Runoff Early Voting

Two weeks of early voting in the College Station city council place runoff election generated a turnout of 1.46 percent of the city’s registered voters. Brazos County elections administrator Trudy…

Friday Is The Last Day Of Early Voting In The College Station City Council Runoff Election

Going into Friday’s last day of early voting in the College Station city council election, turnout is less than two percent of the city’s 55,000 registered voters. Brazos County elections…

B/CS City Events Rained Out On Friday And Saturday

Downtown Bryan’s First Friday musical performances were either cancelled or rescheduled due to rainy weather. Performances at the Palace Theater were cancelled, caroling by members of the city council will…

Texas Enterprise Fund prize estimated to have $2.5+ billion impact over the next 20 years Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas — “I thank the PGA of America for the new jobs…

Small Turnout In The First Week Of Early Voting In The College Station Council Runoff

The first week of early voting in the runoff election for the College Station city council place six seat drew 474 people. That’s less than one percent of the 55,826…

BTU Bond Ratings Improve Ahead Of Borrowing $264 Million Dollars

The Bryan city council learned at its last meeting that the cost of borrowing $264 million dollars for BTU is going down. Bond attorney Steven Adams told the council that’s…

Surge of oil and gas flowing to Texas coastline triggers building boom, tensions

A brown pelican perches on a fishing pier, damaged by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, in Port Aransas, Texas, on June 6, 2018. In the background stand three offshore oil rigs.…

New Brazos County Health Department Director Introduces Himself To The College Station City Council

Brazos County’s new health department director, Santos Navarette, introduced himself to the College Station city council during the council’s meeting on November 19, 2018. As Brazos County approaches a population…

Early Voting Is Underway For College Station’s Council Place 6 Runoff Election

Early voting is underway for College Station city residents in the runoff for the city council place six seat between Elizabeth Cunha and Dennis Maloney. There is one location for…

Bryan City Council Hears Concerns And Questions About The New Superpark

Conditional support of Bryan’s new superpark was expressed during the public comment portion of the last city council meeting. There were two representatives of the Brazos Valley Lodging Association. Vice…

College Station City Council Approves Final Phase Of Lincoln Recreation Center Expansion & Renovation

The last phase of the more than $4 million dollar expansion and renovation of College Station’s Lincoln Recreation Center is underway. That’s after the city council Monday night approved the…

Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas –  Attorney General Ken Paxton today issued the following statement after the Court of Appeals for the 3rd District of Texas blocked the city of…

City Of Bryan Project Update

Bryan city council members hear the stalemate is continuing with the local cable TV provider about moving overhead lines underground. City manager Kean Register reported Suddenlink and its parent company,…