Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson presented an update on the state of the city of Bryan to his fellow Bryan Rotary Club members Wednesday.
College Station City Council member John Nichols announced Tuesday he is running for mayor of College Station, and if elected plans to bring his current council experience into the new position.
Following the tabling of last week’s vote, the Brazos County Commissioners Court has approved a list of early voting locations for the November general election and made changes to the polling locations operating hours.
After a nearly hour-long debate Tuesday, the Brazos County Commissioners Court decided to table its approval of early voting locations and hours for the November midterms after concerns were raised over voting access.
In honor of the late President George H.W. Bush and first lady Barbara Bush, the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is hosting a free Bush Birthday Celebration for the couple Friday in the rotunda of the museum along George Bush Drive West in College Station.
"Someday in a more enlightened future, we will have a memorial day commemorating school children lost to mass shootings," writes columnist Michael Paul Williams.
Darrell Booker secured his place in the November election with 51.82% of the vote during Tuesday’s Brazos County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4 District Democratic primary runoff election.
District clerk Gabriel Garcia secured his place in the November election with 57.86% of the vote during Tuesday’s Brazos County district clerk Republican primary runoff election.
Early voting for the Republican and Democratic party primary runoff elections starts Monday and continues through Friday. The March 1 primary election resulted in five runoffs of local interest to be determined before the general election in November.
Property appraisals were released at the end of April and Brazos County saw an average 15% increase in property values for the year, according to Dana Horton, the chief appraiser for the Brazos County Appraisal District.
The League of Women Voters of the Brazos Valley, in its first month of existence, hosted a candidate forum at the Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M campus Sunday, ahead of the May 24 runoff election.
Two Texas A&M chapters of statewide and national organizations will be hosting Earth Day events on the university’s campus Saturday that will include conversations on climate change and possible solutions.
William Taylor, former ambassador to Ukraine, Tuesday night joined Andrew Natsios, director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at the Bush School, and more than 400 attendees to discuss the Ukraine-Russia crisis.
The race for the Brazos County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 Democratic candidate will continue into a runoff between incumbent Celina Vasquez and opponent Darrell Booker.
The Republican race for Brazos County District Clerk will head to a runoff with none of the three candidates receiving at least 50% of the vote.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Brady visited Brazos County on Wednesday to speak with students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service and participate in the Mosbacher Institute’s speaker series.
Serving the people of Brazos County’s Precinct 4 is the priority for all three candidates facing off in the Democratic primary for the Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 position.
The organization Pastors for Texas Children held its first information meeting in the Brazos Valley this week, speaking with faith leaders and educators about the importance of working together to support public education in the state.
Education and border security are two of the most important topics for Texas House District 14 candidates John Raney and John Harvey Slocum.
Voting deadlines are approaching for the March 1 primary election with the final day to register to vote on Monday, and the last day to request a mail-in ballot on Feb. 18.
Earlier this month, the Brazos County Commissioners Court approved the Illustrative Plan 2 as the new redistricting map by a 3-2 vote.
A PopSocket, a face mask, plans for the Midtown and Travis B. Bryan Midtown Park and commemorative challenge coins are among the more than 60 items buried near the parking lot at Bryan City Hall to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the City of Bryan.
Voters selected Darin Paine to take over Place 1 on the College Station school board and Blaine Decker for the Place 2 post.
The College Station City Council concluded months of discussion over the future use of a 10-acre plot of land on Graham Road, approving a land use change, but denying a rezoning request.
The Brazos County Commissioners Court is expected to adopt its revised commissioners’ precinct map next week following the redistricting process.
Two new trustees will join the College Station school board in Place 1 and Place 2 with neither incumbent choosing to run for re-election.
College Station City Council Place 6 incumbent Dennis Maloney has stated on his website and social media page that his remarks during Monday’s Bryan-College Station Chamber of Commerce candidate forum were misconstrued.
College Station City Council Place 6 incumbent Dennis Maloney and challengers Marie-Anne Mousseau-Holland and David Levine each have their sights set on helping the city of College Station move into the future.
The College Station City Council discussed and came to a consensus during its Oct. 14 meeting to move forward with expanding its micromobility ordinance to include electric micro-vehicles.