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.
ALVIN — As the Texas Legislature continues with the 88th regular, lawmakers will consider a fundamental change to the way community colleges are funded in the state.
Regular meetings will be starting off February for Oyster Creek and Danbury, while Sweeny ISD will discuss student safety.
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.
Alvin Community College regents recognized biology instructor Erin McKenzie, second from left, and Health Information Management instructor Bridge Ruth, third from left, for receiving the League of Innovation Excellence Award. Joining them are regents Michael Hoover, left, and Patty Hertenberger.
The city of Danbury will have a short window to apply for infrastructure funding and are leaning towards using it for improvements to the wastewater treatment plant.
After New Years fell on a Sunday, there will be more meetings than usual with Freeport, Angleton, Brazoria, Sweeny ISD, Richwood, Danbury, Surfside Beach and the County Commissioners all gathering on Monday or Tuesday.
Mayor Norm Schroeder says that after years of being at loggerheads with the Federal Emergency Management Agency regarding drainage projects, the council is attempting to use grant funds— totaling just over $1.58 million— to correct flood damaged roads.
ALVIN — Alvin Community College faculty members honored biology instructor Erin Mackenzie and Health Information Management instructor Bridget Ruth with the 2022 League of Innovation Excellence Award.
Cadet Garrison Mitchell receives his badge from the League City Police Department after he graduated Dec. 8 from the Alvin Community College Law Enforcement Academy.
A Night in the Spotlight recently surprised Danbury High School Life Skills teacher Olivia Thornberg with a little holiday cheer. At the presentation were, from left, counselor Stephanie Catoe, Assistant Principal Kristal Hawkins, Thornberg and A Night in the Spotlight representatives Kay Mi…
A Rosharon man opened his trial by pleading not guilty to charges of aggravated kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault against an Alvin High School Student last October.
ALVIN — Pottery made by local artists, Alvin Community College students and staff will be sold during the fourth annual Empty Bowls to benefit the Alvin Meals on Wheels program.
Alvin Community College hosted its 47th annual Fall Festival on the campus grounds Oct. 29. The event was created in 1976 to provide an alternative to trick or treating on Halloween, the ACC Fall Festival has become the college’s largest event of the year.
ALVIN — The Alvin Community College Board of Regents recognized staff members for their hard work in implementing a data migration during their Nov. 17 meeting.
With the help of several softball teams from across the state, the Alvin Community College softball players helped raise toy and food donations for local children.
The Alvin Community College Foundation hosted its 23rd Annual Gala Boots and Bling on November 11 at the South Shore Harbor Resort. Funds raised from the Gala will support student scholarships and programs on campus.
A wide swath of meetings makes for a busy week of local government in Brazoria County with city council or school boards gathering in Angleton, Danbury, West Columbia, Jones Creek, Quintana, Holiday Lakes, Sweeny and Richwood, plus multiple meetings in Freeport.