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ACC Executive Director of Continuing Education Workforce Development and veteran Chris Roche served as the guest speaker of the Veterans Day Ceremony Nov. 11 at the college’S Memorial Wall.

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Alvin Community College has once again been listed in the top 150 community colleges in America as ranked by the Aspen Institute for 2023.

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Kids enjoy pumpkin carving Oct. 30 at the Alvin Community College Fall Festival. The booth was hosted by the ACC Faculty Senate with proceeds benefiting a student scholarship.

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ALVIN — In honor of the service to their country, Alvin Community College will host Veterans Week Monday through Thursday.

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A two-vehicle crash in Rosharon on Saturday quickly turned into a four-vehicle crash after a third driver attempted to avoid it, authorities said.

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ALVIN — Alvin Community College will help local high school students find the right path for their careers during The Connection on Saturday.

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District Five Director Bradley Stavinoha presents checks to Danbury and Iowa Colony Volunteer Fire departments from the SPJST Foundation. From left: Eloise and President Lonnie Lostak and Secretary Lorenda Baldwin, all of Lodge 139 Danbury, Stavinoha, Iowa Colony Volunteer Fire Department Ch…

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Alvin Community College recognized its employees for their service to the college during the annual service awards ceremony Aug 17. Employees who have worked at the college for 15 years are, from left, housekeeper Irma Pena, history instructor Chris Chance, industrial design instructor James…

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The Brazoria County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosted the second Latin Festival on Saturday at the Pearland Town Center pavilion. The event incorporated live performances, Latin cuisine, fashion shows, shopping and more, while providing education and celebrating the Latin cultures represen…

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Farm Gals’ mission is to take care of animals, and since the COVID-19 pandemic began, to help people, too. The organization primarily offers pet food and supplies for low-income people or 501(c)3 nonprofit animal rescue organizations, so they can concentrate on the rescue work and not how they’re going to care for the animals they rescue, among other services.

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A four vehicle crash caused two deaths Tuesday morning and closed Highway 35 for several hours.

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ALVIN — As the COVID-19 shutdown set in during spring 2020, artist and Alvin Community College alum Sam Jowers tried to come up with a project for her students to work on while they were away from school.

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Alvin Community College recognized its employees for their service to the college during the annual service awards ceremony Aug. 17. Fine Arts Chairman Dennis LaValley was recognized for working at the college for 25 years.

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Alvin Community College recognized its employees for their service to the college during the annual service awards ceremony Aug.17. ACC employees who have worked at the college for 20 years are, from left, Nursing Dtor Dr. Debi Fontenot, web administrator Charzetta Fleming, math instructor C…

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Alvin Community College recognized its employees for their service to the college during the annual service awards ceremony Aug. 17. ACC employees who have worked at the college for 10 years are, from left, grants coordinator Gayland Capps and math instructor Sosina Peterson. Not pictured is…

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Alvin Community College recognized its employees for their service to the college during the annual service awards ceremony Aug. 17. ACC employees who have worked at the college for five years are, back row, from left, General Education and Academic Support administrative assistant Lea Sharp…

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Alvin Community College recognized its employees for their service to the college during the annual service awards ceremony Aug. 17. Government instructor Tim Reynolds is recognized for working at the college for 40 years. Not pictured is math instructor James Boler, who also reached that mi…

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Deputies were called to the 500 block of Mulcahy Avenue at 9:40 p.m. Saturday for a report of a disturbance between two men and arrived a few minutes later to find one on his knees and the other lying in the roadway.

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What began as a backyard haunt quickly has become a well-known local attraction, providing scares to patrons and money to worthwhile causes. This Halloween, Creepy Hollow Haunted House celebrates 10 years, but can trace its history back further.

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Brazoria County public schools start this week and several districts will look similar as far as operations and COVID-19 protocols this year, officials shared during a webinar Wednesday. All are excited to get this year started.

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ROSHARON — A joint effort between the Brazoria County Sheriff’s Office and the Pearland Police Department resulted in the arrest of a “young Hispanic” man charged with four shootings in the Rosharon area this month.

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ALVIN — Alvin Community College will have its Super Saturday Registration Blitz for the fall semester Aug. 14.

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ALVIN — When Nevaeh Mansur recently stepped up to the microphone to sing “How Could I Ever Know” at a public concert at Alvin Community College, it was a couple of “firsts.” It was the first time she sang for the ACC Community Chorus and it was the first time she and other members of the cho…

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ACC interim Law Enforcement Academy Program Coordinator Kevin Rogers, left, hands cadet Jonathan Garcia his diploma June 17 during the 116th Law Enforcement Academy Commencement.

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The program will help students recently released from incarceration, or who will soon to be released, with technical programs to finish their education, Alvin Community College Grants Coordinator Gayland Capps said.

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The ACC Board of Regents recognized the Distance Education Team for its efforts during the pandemic at the June 24 board meeting. From left are Regent Jim Crumm, Esther Kempen, chemistry faculty member, Don Parus, process technology faculty member, and Regent Jake Starkey. Not pictured are R…

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Former Law Enforcement Academy Program Coordinator Ronny Phillips, right, pins a Clute Police Department badge on his son Kyle during the 116th Law Enforcement Academy Commencement on June 17.