City Manager Eric Foerster said that the city made a change to Everbridge last week to handle messages about major weather events, utility outages and more.
In the face of multiple rescues and a fatality over the past year in the Gulf waters off of Surfside Beach, someone decided to do something — Hooked on Tackle donated the city a rescue-ready drone.
The Port's new Berth Eight, for mooring ships, will help the port handle the ever-increasing amount of cargo coming into the state of Texas.
Three retiring teachers from Angleton Christian Schools have a staggering 140-plus years of combined experience as educators.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Foundation awarded $102,000 in scholarships to students from ACC and area high schools.
Oyster Creek will discuss their contract with the SPCA and continue annexation talks.
Whether you’re in Surfside, Quintana or Freeport, the local officials want to make sure you’re enjoying your time at the shore safely. It’s easier for law enforcement and town officials — and typically healthier for you.
Captains Justin and Stephanie Vincent have been reassigned after five years in Freeport, but the Salvation Army sent them off in style with a luncheon to say, "Thank you."
Police Chief Randy Rhyne is ready to retire his badge again, but he’s leaving the Danbury Police Department in a better state than he found it. His 44-year career with Angleton, Clute, Brazoria County and Danbury has seen him take on just about every role he could.
An investigation by the Sweeny ISD Police found an anonymous tip wasn't a threat and the last day of school returned to normal.
Brazoswood High School's Science Olympiad team placed higher than ever in state competition this year, with the students taking the lead.
More than 30 community partners will set up Saturday at the West Columbia Civic Center in a festival-like atmosphere, but the purpose behind the fair is serious.
It’s fitting that CTE, the term that educational groups use for Career and Technical Education, is the mirror of ETC. For many years, the kind of skills and training that are focused on in CTE were taken for granted treated as an afterthought as schools narrowed their focus gradually to standardized testing, usually for STEM fields, to secure funding.
At the company’s eponymous building at Brazosport College, BASF has continued to put on a science and industry-based event where kids learn about chemistry, robotics and more — the “fun side of industry.”
Police Chief Richard Foreman was surprised with a reception at City Hall on Wednesday by family, friends and colleagues. The woman who nominated Foreman for the award explained how he had helped her through years of fallout from domestic violence.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Board of Regents unanimously approved upgrades to campus facilities and infrastructure during its meeting April 27.
The city took the next step in approving the annexation of the Vernor property to the north of the city limit, setting a public hearing date for June 15.
A letter of intent regarding a developer’s plans to purchase and build housing on city-owned property near Skinner Street was approved by the City Council, but not without argument.
Remember the Fallen, a military and first responder-based charitable organization, will hold its benefit ride for the second time at the Lake Jackson Civic Center on Saturday.
The City Council worked to create a quorum in order to at least canvas the results and swear in the winning candidates following the election on May 6. Outgoing Councilman Bill Hayes and the recently reelected John Rambo were present, but required one more member outside of the presiding outgoing mayor, Jeff Farley, to open the meeting.
A local play is being made into a movie, a garage fire has been explained and road construction has hit a standstill in Clute.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Foundation presented about $16,000 in grants and awards at the annual Honoring Excellence Reception on April 25.
After rejecting Port Freeport’s mediated offer last month, the City Council continued to discuss settlement terms behind closed doors. This time, they approved a further amended version of the settlement which still contains $8.9 million in compensation for city-owned land and some guarantees against future annexation.
Despite some arguments, the decision to adopt was unanimous, with the Freeport City Council voting to induct in writing specific limits to the city property where campaign signs will be allowed.
Councilman Jeff Peña has filed a suit against Freeport, claiming that he has suffered “irreparable injury” because some of his signs from this month’s election were removed from city property.
City residents will see an increase in the cost of their solid waste bag rolls to $8.50 under Clute’s master fee schedule. Their recycling rolls will increase to $6.00.