January 6, 2015

Play a Hand for Hospice

It’s time to break out your favorite card game and brush up on your skills; Hospice Auxiliary is hosting its annual “Play a Hand for Hospice” on January 28 at the Miramont Country Club.
January 6, 2015

A Legacy of Gratitude

There are nearly 20 million military veterans and 1.46 million military service members in the United States. As a nation, we celebrate veterans and service members but one aspect of the military is far too often overlooked: the 2 million children of current soldiers and veterans.
January 6, 2015

Cooking Up Education: 50 Men Who Can Cook Fundraiser

CNB Commits to Three-Year $10,000 Top Sponsorship for the CSISD Education Foundation’s 50 Men Who Can Cook
January 6, 2015

B/CS Chamber of Commerce Economic Outlook Conference

COVER ILLUSTRATION BY BRIAN YEEFollow the money in 2015: new industry, new commercial and residential construction, plus community-wide growth in Bryan and College Station. Add in future growth at Texas A&M and you have the blueprint for information that will be presented at this year's annual Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce Economic Outlook Conference on January 28.
January 6, 2015

Growing, Growing, Gone

College Station is ranked the second fastest growing city in the nation, followed closely by Bryan at number 17, according to a study completed by Sreekar Jasthi of NerdWallet. Jasthi is an analyst for NerdWallet, a website based out of San Francisco that offers financial advice to users and “transparency as to what cities are prospering across the U.S.” says Jasthi. “Lots of cities growing in Texas.”
December 15, 2014

Holiday Safety Reminders

As the Christmas holiday approaches many of residents will be traveling out of town to visit family and friends.  The local law enforcement offices would like to remind all citizens of some basic safety tips that can help keep you and your valuables safe and may keep you from becoming a victim of crime.
December 15, 2014

Free Flu Shots

The Brazos County Health Department will be providing free flu shots on Thursday, December 18, at the Brazos Valley African American Museum located at 500 E. Pruitt Street in Bryan.
December 15, 2014

A New Map for Poverty

Government assistance programs like Medicaid, food stamps and home heating aid all play an important role in the war against poverty but that assistance is poorly targeted, say two scholars from The Mosbacher Institute
December 15, 2014

Holly Jolly Holiday for Fido

The most wonderful time of the year is upon us, and what better way to prepare for the holidays than including your furry friends in the festivities?
December 9, 2014

Symphony Holiday Pops Concert

The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra will present the rich and joyous sounds of the season with its sixth annual holiday themed concert.
December 9, 2014

Christmas on the Brazos

The historic Christmas traditions of Texas in the 1800s will transport visitors into the past at the day-long Christmas on the Brazos celebration at the Washington on the Brazos State Historic Site, Saturday, December 13
December 2, 2014

Christmas at the Creek

The City of College Station continues its holiday tradition with Christmas at the Creek, a fun-filled weekend on December 5 and 6 and an outdoor synthetic ice skating rink continuing through December 11 at Wolf Pen Creek Park, located at 1015 Colgate Drive.
December 1, 2014

First Sunday Jazz Jam Celebrates Five Years

Local jazz entertainer Greg Tivis and company will celebrate five years of First Sunday Jazz with a New Orleans style show packed with surprises and special guests from 6pm to 9pm at Luigi’s Patio Ristorante on Sunday, December 7.
November 25, 2014

Voices for Children’s 12 Days of Christmas

Voices For Children is hosting its annual 12 Days of Christmas fundraiser December 1–12, with the goal of raising $12,000. The fundraiser generates funds needed to support its Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program. 
November 24, 2014

Ensure a Safe Thanksgiving for Fido

Doctors from BluePearl Veterinary Partners are urging people to practice caution over the Thanksgiving holiday as many of the items prepared for humans to feast on may pose serious problems to their furry friends.