In July, the B/CS Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors unanimously passed a resolution supporting Prop 1 – an Amendment to the Texas Constitution to increase transportation funding. On September 30, from 11:30am – 1:30pm at the College Station Hilton, the Chamber’s Transportation Forum will help educate the public about Prop 1 before the November 4 ballot.
Block Party, Texas-Style
Texas wine, Texas beer, steak and Texas music are coming to Downtown Bryan, September 27-28, for the Annual Texas Reds Festival.
President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton launched the Presidential Leadership Scholars program.
We are born with color preferences that evoke our personality. Your personality is a combination of colors. Learn what your most and least favorite color preferences say about you at Holley’s Window Fashions & Interiors Seminar, Thursday, September 18, starting at 6:30pm.
Last year alcohol-related crashes in Bryan and College Station reached their highest total in five years. Northgate bars and law enforcement are hoping to reverse that trend with a new campaign that offers free fountain drinks to anyone identifying themselves as the sober driver for the night.
The identity of a wedding is comprised of details. Some are elaborate with thousands of intricacies and touches; others are simple and still boast hundreds of particulars. For bride Paige Pickens Engel, her wedding was a sophisticated melody of customization, minutiae, and finishing touches.
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History will host Insite Magazine’s September issue Launch Party. The Party will be held from 5:00– 7:00pm, Thursday, September 4.
Visitors to Kyle Field this fall will be part of the largest gameday crowds in Texas. A new app that includes information about traffic and parking will make the overall game weekend experience a memorable one as well (for good reasons)!
The Brazos County Sheriff’s Office and Bryan Police Department are currently investigating a number of recent incidents in the county where citizens have received calls from one or more individuals posing as an officer with the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office or Bryan Police Department telling them that a warrant is being issued on them for failure to appear for jury duty.
Runners will be stampeding their way through Bryan/College Station, Texas on October 4 at 7:30am as the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History hosts its 6th annual Buffalo Stampede with special guest John McInroy.
Emergency cash is needed for a variety of reasons — cars break down, children get sick or injured, and sometimes jobs are lost. A new City Ordinance aims to help those individuals who find themselves in need of a payday loan avoid falling into an endless cycle of debt.
The Brenham law firm of Moorman Tate Haley Upchurch & Yates, LLP is proud to announce that partners Steven C. Haley, R. Hal Moorman, and Laura Upchurch have all been named in the 21st edition of Best Lawyers in America.