College Station City Council Approves Traffic Changes And New Cameras In Northgate

As the population in College Station’s Northgate district continues to grow, the city council has agreed with staff recommendations to reduce vehicular traffic in order to protect pedestrians. Police Lt.…

College Station City Council Buys Land For A Seventh Fire Station

About a half mile south of Hullabaloo Diner on Wellborn Road, is land that is planned to be the location of College Station’s fire station number seven. That’s after the…

Bryan City Council Receives Project Update

The last Bryan city council meeting includes three and a half minutes of updates about ongoing projects from city manager Kean Register. The update includes progress of street and related…

College Station City Council Supports New Fees For Controlled Burn Permits

Four of five College Station city council members at the last workshop meeting endorsed adding fees to developers and other property owners wanting permits to conduct outdoor controlled burns. The…

College Station Council Considering Regulating Yellow Rental Bicycles And Other “Dockless” Vehicles

The College Station city council this week decided to consider regulations for what are technically “dockless vehicles”. Among other things, this would cover the yellow rental bicycles that are based…

College Station Council Reverses March Vote And Adds “Senior” To The Name Of A New Community Center

There was applause at Monday night’s College Station city council meeting, after a majority vote reversed a decision two months ago on the naming of the city’s new community center.…

College Station Council Approves More Parks Improvement Contracts

Meeting on Monday instead of Thursday, the College Station city council approved contracts for improvements at three parks. A $199,410 design contract at Central Park and Bee Creek Park will…

Bryan Residents Asked To Weigh In On Draft Flood Mitigation Plan

Tuesday’s Bryan city council workshop includes a staff presentation on a draft flood mitigation plan. Assistant city engineer Johnnie Price invites residents to participate in an online survey. Price says…

Reminders From The Twin Cities To Move Trash Containers Off The Streets

Officials in the twin cities are concerned about trash containers staying out in the street too long. During the last College Station city council meeting, councilwoman Linda Harvell received support…

Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – Attorney General Ken Paxton today intervened in a lawsuit filed by the National Federation of Independent Business, American Staffing Association, Leading Edge Personnel, Staff…

Operators Of First College Station Food Truck Park No Longer Required To Have Police Presence

The operators of College Station’s first food truck park have one less city regulation. That’s after the city council at its last meeting approved a request to not require two…

College Station Council Will Revisit The Name Of The City’s New Community Center

The College Station city council will be revisiting the name of the new community center. During the council’s last meeting, mayor Karl Mooney said he received “considerable expressions of concern”…

College Station City Council Endorses Proposed Regional Mobility Authority

The College Station city council has unaminously voted to support the creation of a new government entity intended to bring more money to lessen traffic congestion in Brazos County. The…

College Station City Council Selects General Contractor For New Police Headquarters

The general contractor for the Kyle Field expansion was selected to build College Station’s new police headquarters. The city council issued a unanimous vote for J.T. Vaughn Construction as the…

College Station City Council Voices Traffic Concerns In Split Rezoning Vote

A divided College Station city council Thursday night approved rezoning more land along the north side of Harvey Road between Copperfield and Boonville Road to build hundreds of more townhomes…

Energetic Bear/Crouching Yeti: attacks on servers

Energetic Bear/Crouching Yeti is a widely known APT group active since at least 2010. The group tends to attack different companies with a strong focus on the energy and industrial…

College Station Council Approves Sale Of Milled Asphalt, Awards Contract For Veterans Park Project, & Buys Land For Street Extension

The city of College Station is picking up an unexpected $219,450 for repairing streets. That’s after the city council at its last meeting approved the sale and removal of about…

Bryan Council Approve Designing Two New Drainage Projects

The Bryan city council at its last meeting approved contracts to design two new drainage improvement projects targeted to stop repeated flooding of homes. Public works director Jayson Barfknecht one…

College Station Council Investigating Charter Amendment Election This November

Voters in College Station could be asked to consider changes to the city charter. After the city council at its last meeting directed the city attorney and city secretary to…

College Station Council Asked To End Ban On Aggressive Dog Breeds At Apartment Complexes

The College Station city council was asked at their last meeting to end the restriction of specific dog breeds by apartment complexes. Abigail Fields, who identified herself with the organization…