ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Foundation awarded $102,000 in scholarships to students from ACC and area high schools.
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.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Board of Regents unanimously approved upgrades to campus facilities and infrastructure during its meeting April 27.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Foundation presented about $16,000 in grants and awards at the annual Honoring Excellence Reception on April 25.
ALVIN — The Mu Upsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa inducted its newest members during a ceremony on April 28.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Foundation raised thousands of dollars for student scholarships during its first Designer Bag Bingo event April 13.
ALVIN — Alvin Community College students were recognized for their academic excellence April 25 during the annual Honoring Excellence Reception at the Nolan Ryan Center.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College E-sports team reached the final the NJCAA Intramural Valorant National Title during its first year of competition.
ALVIN — Alvin Community College recognized several students for academic excellence during its awards day ceremony May 1.
ALVIN — One evening Aseh Constance’s husband returned home from work. He acted normally, talking with his wife and son and holding his infant daughter when he suddenly fell unconscious.
ALVIN — Alvin Community College hosted its 24th annual Big Band Concert at the Nolan Ryan Center.
Alvin Community College hosted students from area high schools during Discovery Day on April 14.
The Texas Education Agency is changing its standards and many school districts are not pleased, including some from Brazoria County which signed a letter asking state officials to take a step back.
After concern was expressed over a potential walk-out being made from area schools, it was business as usual for Brazoria County districts on Friday.
UPDATES: Sweeny trees are being planted, superintendents contracts are extended and the county is still behind in rain
Two more local superintendents have their contracts extended, a local Boy Scout is set to plant two-dozen trees this weekend and Brazoria County is slowly looking better, drought-wise.
Citing out-of-date standards, Danbury and Surfside Beach both updated their building codes to the International Building Code of 2018 this month.
After checking the city’s computer network, Chief Rhyne Randall recommended moving forward with taking steps to improve their security, which he said is grossly inadequate and out-of-date.
Many cities were too small to qualify under the rules which had been set by the GLO for Community Development Block Grants. They had an opportunity, though, to compete with county projects for $43 million of those funds through the Brazoria County Commissioners.
Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of Kidz Harbor’s founding, where Angie Colbert and her cohorts have endeavored to help thousands of children.
Police Chief Randy Rhyne asked the Danbury City Council for permission to make Christopher Henken, a full-time employee, bringing his department to three officers including himself and David Hawkins. This may not seem like much unless you know the town was without essentially without a police department not that long ago.
ALVIN — School fundraisers typically involve dances, selling popcorn or a car wash, but Friday’s fundraiser for the Alvin High School Theatre Arts department is unique.
The Grand Parkway segment connecting of Interstate 45 South in League City to FM 2403 in Alvin has been a long time coming, but after decades of talk, it is officially coming, officials said.
Platting is a big issue for the Angleton and West Columbia City Councils while Surfside Beach and Richwood will be talking improvements and infrastructure. C-BISD will look to progress on their bond-funded campus revamp. Brazoria and Angleton will be holding public hearings and Oyster Creek EDC will address the bulkhead project.
A corrections officer at the Memorial Unit in Rosharon was arrested on January 21 after it was found that she’d brought contraband items into the facility.
The ACC Foundation presents a ceremonial check for $205,000 to Alvin Community College regents which represents the total amount the foundation has awarded this past year in scholarships, grants and other support. From left are foundation Executive Director Wendy Del Bello, foundation board …
Many cities will be holding special meetings this week, either due to the MLK holiday the prior week or to discuss what they want to apply for with the county in regards to a $40 million pool of mitigation grants that will be up for grabs.
BISD, Angleton, Jones Creek and Danbury will be meeting, as well as the County Commissioners. Freeport will have meetings of the City Council, Planning and Zoning and Charter Review Commission and the Oyster Creek EDC will also be getting together.
Until February 3, Highway 288 near the intersection at CR 56 in Manvel will be closed daily through the overnight hours of 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.