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College Station Bans Traditional Pet Shops

At Thursday's meeting, the College Station city council passed an ordinance that prohibits the sale of non-rescue dogs and cats in pet...

College Station to Vote on ROO in Special Meeting Today

The College Station City Council meets Monday at 4 p.m. at city hall to consider a Restricted Occupancy Overlay (ROO). The ordinance would allow single-family...

College Station Plans on Borrowing Additional $62 Million Without Taxpayer Vote

The College Station City Council voted to begin the process of issuing $62 million in certificates of obligations for capital projects. The...

Brazos Valley Hospitalizations Continue to Decline After Mask Order Rescinded

Texas Governor Greg Abbott issued Executive Order GA-34 on March 2, 2021, and the order went into effect on March 10, 2021....

A woman wearing a face mask in the Times Square subway station during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in New York City, April 17, 2020. (Jeenah Moon/Reuters) When Delta comes, are New Yorkers finally going to live up to our reputation for toughness, or are we going to curl into a fetal position again?

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE M onday, September 13, was a landmark day for New York City: The city schools reopened, with mandatory in-person instruction, and the subways and sidewalks were the busiest they’ve been since the Before Times. Meanwhile, four of Broadway’s tentpole shows were to reopen the following day, giving fans of Hamilton, The Lion King, Wicked, and Chicago their first chance to see these offerings since March of 2020.

Restaurants and bars, which by city mandate are now required to ensure that all adult patrons are vaccinated, are going strong. Real-estate salesmen tell me that, though there was a mass exodus last spring, especially

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State News

Lavish School Spending in Crosshairs as Property Tax Bill Advances in Senate

A plan to buy down Texans’ school property taxes using surplus money in the state budget advanced in the Texas Senate for the second...

First Look at Proposed Senate Redistricting Maps

Over the weekend, the proposed new Texas Senate district boundaries as a part of the overall decennial redistricting process were officially made public, just...

Round Rock ISD Seeks to Censure Pro-Transparency Board Members

Last week, Texas Scorecard reported on Round Rock ISD’s refusal to allow citizens to enter a board of trustees meeting where the district was...

Jones: Who Does Keller ISD’s School Board Serve?

Speaking as an alumnus and semi-recent graduate (2017) of Keller High School, I can say with certainty that no one is surprised by Texas...

What Will it Take to End Sexual Transitioning of Texas Children?  – Episode 134

What will it take to end sexual transitioning of Texas children? The theme of today’s podcast developed a month ago when Texas Values, the largest family...

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