City Of College Station Garbage Truck And City Employee Are Struck Near The New H-E-B

The driver of a city of College Station garbage truck is hospitalized with potentially life threatening injuries following a crash Thursday morning on Wellborn Road near the new H-E-B. According…

As taxing entities debate whether to cut, maintain or raise property tax rates… By Cynthia Thomas Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas — Texas has one of the highest effective real…

Bryan Joins College Station Council In Delaying Action On Changing Biocorridor Priorities

The Bryan city council has joined the College Station city council in delaying action on a proposal to change priorities in the jointly controlled biocorridor. The Bryan council will revisit…

UPDATE: Bryan Joins College Station Council In Delaying Action On Changing Biocorridor Priorities

Update: The Bryan city council has joined the College Station city council in delaying action on a proposal to change priorities in the jointly controlled biocorridor. The Bryan council will…

Driverless Vehicles Coming To Downtown Bryan

Driverless vehicles are coming to downtown Bryan. The Bryan city council Tuesday night approved agreements to allow battery operated shuttles to drive a loop bordered by 26th, Regent, 28th, and…

City Of Bryan Project Update Includes Long Delayed Completion Of Water Slide

A year later than originally scheduled, all features at the Bryan Aquatic Center will be available next spring. That was part of city manager Kean Register’s project update at the…

Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti sits down with WIRED to talk about how to turn LA into a greentech testbed, why cities have to compete in order to save the…

Bryan Adult Themed Business Opens In Their Parking Lot

An adult themed business is open in Bryan, but not inside their building. The founder of Austin-based Planet K, Michael Kleinman, said they are waiting for the city of Bryan…

Dedication Of The New Bryan Fire Station No. 2

The dedication of the city of Bryan’s new fire station No. 2 took place Friday morning. Speakers included mayor Andrew Nelson, fire chief Randy McGregor, and representatives of the design…

College Station Mobile Home Park Residents Without Water Much Of Wednesday

Almost 900 residents of a College Station mobile home park were without water much of Wednesday. College Station Utilities reports a contractor installing a sewer line broke an eight inch…

Queen Theatre Update 90 Days After Opening Following Eight Year Restoration

It’s been 90 days since the Queen Theatre has been opened following an eight year restoration effort. Bryan city councilman Ben Hardeman provided an update during this week’s meeting. In…

Amendment 1 to the State Action Plan outlines allocations for $2.3 billion in housing recovery funds Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas – Today Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced posting…

Texas Master Gardeners converge in San Antonio for advanced training

Writer: Paul Schattenberg, 210-859-5752, paschattenberg@ag.tamu.edu Contacts: David Rodriguez, 210-631-0400, dhrodriguez@ag.tamu.edu Dr. Larry Stein, 830-278-9151, larry.stein@ag.tamu.edu SAN ANTONIO – About 50 Master Gardeners from 27 counties throughout Texas recently came to…

Riparian, stream ecosystem workshop set for Sept. 19 in Corsicana

Contacts: Clare Entwistle, 210-277-0292 ext. 205, Clare.Entwistle@ag.tamu.edu Michelle Wood-Ramirez, 817-720-4552, michelle.wood-ramirez@trwd.com Page Bishop, 903-654-3075, page.bishop@ag.tamu.edu CORSICANA – The Texas Water Resources Institute, or TWRI, will host a free Texas Riparian…

Bryan Council Asks Federal Agency To Establish Zone For Immigrant Owned Businesses

The Bryan city council is attempting to create another economic development tool that’s available through a federal immigration agency. A council majority has approved submitting an application with the U.S.…

National Extension Disaster Education Network conference Oct. 16-19 at Texas A&M

Writer: Blair Fannin, 979-845-2259, b-fannin@tamu.edu Contact: Dr. Andy Vestal, 979-229-5710, andy.vestal@ag.tamu.edu COLLEGE STATION – The 2018 National Extension Disaster Education Network annual meeting is set for Oct. 16-19 at Texas…

Bryan City Council Gives The Bryan Business Council More Power

The Bryan city council has given the Bryan Business Council new power in economic development matters. At the governing body’s last meeting, approval of a new agreement to spend public…

College Station Council Considers Public Request For Bicycle Only Paths & Facilities

Earlier this summer, the College Station city council was asked to consider building parks with wide and long paved paths only for bicycles. The council decided at its last meeting…

College Station Council Asked To Improve Turkey Creek And F&B Roads

The College Station city council is asked to work on a joint agreement to improve Turkey Creek and F&B Roads, which connects Easterwood Airport to and from biocorridor corporations, the…

Bryan Council Receives Update On OFO Rental Bicycles

The Bryan city council may consider regulating the yellow rental bicycles that are based at Texas A&M. During a presentation the last council meeting, Ron Steedly at A&M transportation services…