Meetings scheduled for this week include regular sessions for Angleton City Council and Brazoria County commissioners, and special sessions for Jones Creek, Sweeny, West Columbia and Columbia-Brazoria ISD. 

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Some police departments across the United States say that they’re having to reduce services and patrols due to fuel prices. Locally, departments are saying that they do not have any plans to do so in their communities.

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FREEPORT — Ray Garivey’s resignation as Freeport police chief on Wednesday followed a complaint from The Facts that he had acted unprofessionally toward a non-city employee on multiple occasions.

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The Sienna Villas apartment complex received a ribbon-cutting event as members of the General Land Office, the company behind the property and city officials gathered to celebrate what they see as a significant improvement in the availability of housing in Freeport.

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Police Chief Ray Garivey was the subject of a closed-door executive session with the Freeport City Council Monday night and has now turned in a letter of resignation.

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The CDC figures show a case rate of 226.85 per 100,000 people in the population with a 1.3 percent average for hospital admissions. Only 1.8 percent of staffed inpatient beds currently show as being used by patients with confirmed COVID-19.

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FREEPORT — The City Council had a lengthy public hearing about an ordinance on commercial building inspections, with the crux of the discussion hinging on two things — the timeframe and circumstances that would trigger an inspection and whether local business owners had been given proper tim…

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After the elections of early May, the makeup of the Brazosport ISD Board of Trustees will look awfully familiar to the people of the school district.

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SWEENY — A San Bernard River bridge is being prepared for closure, leaving residents having to detour the long way around.