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After a double-digit weekend, Brazoria County officials reported 110 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday afternoon, but County Judge Matt Sebesta advises against placing any kind of stock in the lower numbers. Any delay in receiving test results — and in the county reporting new cases — is because of the labs, as the county does not report new cases until they receive the lab reports.

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A Danbury man was found ejected from his vehicle following a single-vehicle accident, according to law enforcement.

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For the second day in a row, Brazoria County officials reported 104 new cases of the novel coronavirus, including the first case inside Angleton’s Country Village Care center. Saturday’s new numbers also marked the fourth day within the week that the newly reported cases reached triple digits.

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Angleton will mandate that businesses require patrons and employees to wear masks following the large increase in coronavirus cases in the city, officials said.

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Before Erika Fernandez graduated from Angleton High School, she already was hard at work on her very own business: ATX Sweets, which fulfills orders of cakes, chocolate-covered strawberries, and more sweet treats for special occasions.

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A head-on collision resulted in at least one fatality and at least one person being transported by medical helicopter, causing a traffic diversion Monday afternoon, according to law enforcement.

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Technology, public transit and construction updates were among the various citywide improvements discussed in Tuesday’s council meeting.

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Two days after hitting the record high, Brazoria County’s daily case count reached that number again, reporting another new 77 cases of COVID-19 Thursday evening.

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County commissioners discussed the tax abatement guidelines, approved business items and received reports from county department heads during Tuesday's meeting.

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Brazoria County officials reported 26 new cases on Monday, the lowest daily case count since Saturday, June 13. Labs run more slowly on the weekend, County Judge Matt Sebesta has said, so Monday’s tally also marked the lowest weekday count since Thursday, June 11.

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Brazoria County set a new high mark for new COVID-19 cases reported in a single day for the second consecutive day and third time since Sunday. County Judge Matt Sebesta believes folks have let their guard down, and reminds them that they have individual responsibility to social distance, practice good hygiene, only make essential trips and avoid interactions with other people.

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Councilwoman Barbara Marin resigned from her position as Council Member Place 2 at the start of the month due to personal obligations, and city leaders will miss her.

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Brazoria County already broke the daily case count record twice in one week, and the numbers have continued to rise. County officials reported 56 new cases spread out over 13 cities on Thursday afternoon.

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This summer, the Angleton Rec Center is offering their annual Jamboree for kids ages 5 through 12, with fun and educational activities every day, including STEM, water slides, and sports activities. One 9-year-old camper considers it a good way to spend her summer.

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This upcoming year's school calendar for all grade levels includes a longer school year and longer school days to make up for the lost time during the pandemic, school officials say.

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The 37 new cases of COVID-19 reported by Brazoria County officials Friday afternoon is the second-highest daily number since the first two cases were reported on March 14. Since the 38 cases announced May 17 included many nursing home cases, Friday's high number of announced new infections and 13th death could indicate COVID-19's presence in the county has increased, officials said.

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The 37 new cases of COVID-19 reported by Brazoria County officials Friday afternoon is the second-highest daily number since the first two cases were reported on March 14. Along with the new cases, officials reported the death of another Pearland resident.

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Following an executive session in Tuesday’s regular city council meeting, Angleton city council unanimously agreed to appoint Chris Whittaker as Angleton City Manager.

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The announcement of 13 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday evening bumped up Brazoria County's total to 1,003, but that number will be brought back down Monday afternoon with the removal of inmate cases from the county dashboard, officials said.

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At the last city council meeting, on May 26, the council discussed the potentials of basic internet and broadband service in the City of Angleton, and the item will be revisited at Tuesday’s regular meeting.

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Brazoria County systems will undergo an upgrade so officials will not release any case information today, but will update Sunday with numbers for both days. Beginning Monday, inmate data will no longer be tracked by the county dashboard and will be recorded on a Texas Department of Criminal Justice dashboard.

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ANGLETON — A new electrical utility battery storage is a step closer to being built in Angleton after the city planning and zoning commission gave its blessing.

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Hundreds of people gathered in Angleton on Saturday for a peaceful march and demonstration in protest of the death of George Floyd. Organized by 21-year-old Rosharon resident Bre'Jon Lundy, the event was intended to create a sense of awareness and togetherness across the Brazoria County community.

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Through hard work bolstered by a loving support system, Danbury High School senior Walker Mitchell is graduating with his class of 2020 and plans to begin working over the summer.

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Visit The Dirty South to hear Brandon Rhyder and band members perform a selection of their songs from the past 20 years, including new single "I Believe," which is about seeing the best in people during the worst of times. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased on the restaurant's website.

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ANGLETON — The Gathering Place will offer virtual classes three mornings each week beginning July 2 to people who have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, frontotemporal or vascular dementias. Registration is now underway.

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While Brazoria County officials reported 26 recoveries Monday, county data indicates that there are cases from as early as March 31 and April 1 that have not recovered.

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Through grants such as the annual $10,000 donation from the Angleton-Danbury Hospital District, Angleton ISD is able to put a greater focus on technical fields, and preparing their students to work in those fields, such as healthcare.

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Once upon a time in a land not so far away, families around Brazoria County were preparing for the 2020 Summer Reading Program. This year’s theme, “Imagine Your Story,” inspires children to use their imaginations as they read and learn this summer.

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Grace Wesselski graduated on May 15 as the salutatorian of Angleton Christian School's class of 2020, but when she came to Angleton Christian as a fifth-grader, she was so behind that — from her perspective — she probably should've been in fourth grade.

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City council discussed into the late hours of Thursday night the best ways to go about city updates, primarily how to safely reopen.

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Angleton ISD board members met in person Tuesday evening to discuss graduation and what the next school year might look like. They unanimously approved all business items, and a bond update indicates that construction and renovation projects are progressing on schedule.

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ANGLETON — Each May, National Foster Care Month, Gulf Coast Court Appointed Special Advocates take the time to raise awareness of the children and families involved in the foster care system and the need for more people to step up to help them. In January, there were 210 children in foster c…

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The Angleton Rotary club donated 30 masks to the Salvation Army, as part of an ongoing mission to help fill community needs. The masks will make a huge difference for Salvation Army staff members as they work to take care of the vulnerable population they serve.

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ANGLETON — As Angleton ISD has adjusted to educating virtually, its yearly job fair is also moving online. Officials invite anyone interested in the district to apply, even if their ideal position is not listed. 

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More than 20 children have drowned in Texas already this year, and it's estimated that for every one child drowning, three adults drown, too. That's something that Rory the Warrior hopes to prevent with their life jacket drive — and they also hope to raise awareness.

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ANGLETON — City police hope to work with community members who have video cameras on their property to solve crimes, without interfering with their privacy.

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Texas Gulf Coast Regional Airport is slated to receive about $166,667 from the Texas Transportation Commission to help pay for a flooding study.

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La Vida Church was prepared to distribute 10,000 pounds of frozen whole chicken and 30,000 pounds of dry goods during their Cinco de Mayo community food distribution on Tuesday. Within three hours, they were just about out of supplies, and 2,000 families had received assistance.