Maddy McCarty

Public works employees might get to spend more time with their families than they have in months today as the conversion back to the city’s regular water disinfectant is virtually complete.

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Brazoria County residents shouldn’t be surprised to see a large case count the day after Christmas as Thursday became the 14th day of December the county has reported 200 or more new COVID-19 cases.

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The $9.6 million third phase of downtown revitalization could be under construction by April after City Council gave the go-ahead to present 90-percent complete plans to stakeholders.

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Thursday marked the eighth day this month Brazoria County has announced 200 or more cases of COVID-19 in a day after reaching 200 cases in a day for the first time Dec. 2.

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Lake Jackson Police Department carefully selected 139 children whose families could benefit from help buying Christmas presents this year and personalized the experience for each one. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention testing confirmed the city’s water system did not have Naegleria fowleri present, meaning the city can stop its aggressive high-chlorine disinfection process, the city announced.

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