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5 handy tips to help students thrive in College Station

By Lacey Lively, Marketing & Community Outreach Coordinator

If you’re a student either returning to College Station or moving here for the first time, learning about basic city ordinances is probably not high on your to-do list. 520 more words

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Start Smart Football draws up winning play for youth

In many cases, a child’s first organized sports experience is through a league that focuses on competition rather than learning the basic skills they need to succeed. 428 more words

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Payday, auto title lending ordinance takes effect Wednesday

Emergency cash is needed for a variety of reasons — cars break down, children get sick or injured, and sometimes jobs are lost.

In 2013, 4,557 people in the College Station-Bryan Metropolitan Statistical Area visited a Credit Access Business (CAB) and used payday and auto title loans to meet their need for emergency funds. 538 more words

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Live Blog: Monday's city council meetings (Aug. 25)

This is a live blog from the College Station City Council’s workshop and regular meetings on Monday, Aug. 25. It’s not the official minutes.

Both meetings are being broadcast live on Suddenlink Channel 19 and can also be watched  853 more words

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Five things to watch at Monday's city council meetings

The College Station City Council gathers Monday at city hall for its workshop (est. 5:30 p.m.) and regular (7 p.m.) meetings. Here are five items to watch:   229 more words

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Notes from budget workshop No. 3 (Wednesday)

The College Station City Council had the last of three workshops regarding the proposed FY15 city budget Wednesday afternoon at the CSU Meeting and Training Facility. 1,645 more words

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College Station to spray for West Nile mosquitoes

In the next few days, the City of College Station will be fogging areas where mosquitoes tested positive last week for the West Nile virus. Targeted fogging operations will continue through mosquito season if additional positive tests occur. 229 more words

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