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The statistics for 2012 are in for up to the month of July from the Texas A&M Real Estate Center for the Bryan-College Station. While the statistics are broad and can be confusing, the overall trend suggests that the real estate market is growing and recovering. Overall real estate sales have...
09/05/2012
The University of Georgia Bulldogs will not face off against the Texas A&M Aggies in the latter’s premiere season in the SEC. This, however, is no excuse to ignore that Georgia is, and has been, an elite program with the Southeastern Conference, and will remain to do so throughout the upcomin...
08/28/2012
·         Bryan Independent School District and Texas A&M University desire to instill confidence in middle and high school students.·         The two entities partnered together to create GEAR UP.·         GEAR UP is supported by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and seeks tosupp...
08/07/2012
·         This fall, the new College Station High School opens its doors to freshmen and sophomores.   o   It will be about the size of an average 3A high school. ·         The high school will offer junior and senior level courses for the freshmen and sophomore students who are interested and qu...
08/02/2012
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Pebble Creek is a neighborhood that has been firmly founded in the College Station area. It is new enough so that investors can be confident in the reliability of the subdivision, the HOA and the comfort of the property, but not so old that the homes are guaranteed to be falling apart. It houses ...
08/01/2012
Texas A&M was awarded a grant to implement a bio-security center in Bryan, College Station. This grant is the biggest thing to happen in Texas since NASA. But what is the purpose of this center? The center is meant to enhance the nation’s ability to react to biological attacks and pandemic ou...
07/27/2012
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Living in Texas under HOAs is not always a pleasant experience for the 20% of homeowners falling under that category. For instance, one homeowner in Atlanta laments his inability to install Solar Panels on the roof of his house due to HOA ruling. U.S. and state court systems have time after time ...
07/26/2012
Independence Day in Aggieland came a few days before the rest of the nation: the Aggies celebrated it on July 1st of this year. July 1st marked the date that A&M officially entered the Southeastern Conference. Hundreds gathered outside of Kyle Field to commemorate the occasion, including Pre...
07/25/2012
University of Florida is one of the most nationally known universities, what with their national titles, Gatorade, and Tim Tebow. However, they are strikingly similar in many ways, including academics, campus and enrollment size. Both Universities have similar (if not identical) national universi...
07/24/2012
College Station was recently ranked 6th in a Forbes List of Best Small Places for Business and Careers, marking a continuation of a popular trend recognizing College Station’s prosperity. Forbes Magazine is internationally renowned for its lists and authenticity. Even in the more subjective ranki...
07/19/2012
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