Check out the local Live Music scene in B/CS!
Update: The Brazos County Health Department (BCHD), in conjunction with the Texas Department of State Health Services (Region 7), has concluded the investigation of ten cases of Shiga-toxin producing Escherichia coli (STEC). Five cases have been confirmed as E. coli 0157:H7.
With consumer interest heightening about where food comes from, grass-fed beef producers will have the opportunity to learn more about marketing opportunities as well as production trends during a May 30-31 conference in College Station.
The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce arranged the 13th annual trip to Washington D.C. in early May. Twenty-five individuals ventured to Washington D.C. to discuss key issues in the B/CS area, including the Easterwood Airport Tower’s fate.
On Monday, the Tejas Center Location of HEB hosted the annual Tourism Savings Showdown.
Every year, each household saves about $800 on their taxes because of the money that tourism brings into the community.
To demonstrate this amount of money, City of Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski and College Station City Council Member Julie Schultz raced through HEB filling up their carts with what they believed was $800 worth of groceries.
The Texas Department of Transportation's 12th annual "Click It or Ticket" campaign kicks off this month.
On May 16 a new physical skills training complex on Texas A&M University’s Riverside Campus was dedicated to its namesake. The purpose of the facility is to serve as a multi-use area for defensive tactics and aerobic training.
Nestled behind the Federal Building in historic Downtown Bryan is an Enchanted Garden waiting for you to come make it bloom! Learn how you can create your own Enchanted Garden for your next party or event...