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It may have just been a coincidence that “It Takes Two” was playing on the loudspeaker at Brazosport College’s inaugural National Night Out event, but the combination of residents and first responders coming together to make things go right in the community was not.

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For over three hours, officers shut down Highway 36 while the West Columbia Fire Department and the Brazoria County Fire Marshal’s Department extinguished a house in flames.

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Brazosport College’s Board of Regents made their final decisions regarding the tax rate for the school coming into the fiscal year that began October 1.

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This month, the Sweeny ISD Board of Trustees appointed Trina Smith to fill Position Five, which had been vacant since the passing of 20-year member Jan Reddoch. 

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People stood up and shook hands with Freeport’s newest police chief, Jennifer Erlanson-Howell following her appointment at Monday’s meeting.

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Over 870 acres of land will soon house about 2,000 residential lots after the city council approves the development expecting a growth in the city's extraterritorial jurisdiction.

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 In addition to the new rooftops that will soon be seen popping up, commercial properties are to follow after the council approved three different plats for future businesses.

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The aldermen of the village passed a property tax rate for their constituents at a special meeting with only a few days to go before the turnover of the fiscal year on October 1. They passed their budget about a week and a half prior. 

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FREEPORT — Another crucial step has been taken in the clenching of a Volkswagen presence in Port Freeport with the European auto manufacturer signing a 20-year lease.

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Freeport Councilman Troy Brimage is on the agenda of their City Council while Lake Jackson will be talking grants. 

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For over three hours, officers shut down Highway 36 while the West Columbia Fire Department and the Brazoria County Fire Marshal’s Department extinguished a house in flames.

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This weekend, the Gulf Coast Bird Observatory is giving people an opportunity to get to know birds of prey better as they present both a Raptor Identification Workshop and a celebration of their series of Hawk Watches at Smith Point.

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Ascend Performance Material's seven-year abatement was approved to renovate and modernize their building and plans on spending over $100 million in the county.