As we prepare for the fall semester to start, you may see some new faces – and lots of moving vans – around your neighborhood. Here are five thoughtful ways you can welcome newcomers to our community. Continue reading 5 thoughtful ways to establish friendly relationships with your new neighbors
If you’re looking for a town’s unique personality, local restaurants and shops probably top your list, and College Station has plenty. But what about a place to take fun social media photos or keepsake images you and your family will treasure forever? Continue reading Must-see local murals offer ideal photo ops
Welcome to our live blog from the College Station City Council’s workshop and regular meetings on Thursday, March 11. The meetings are streamed live on Suddenlink Channel 19 and at cstx.gov/cstv19. The workshop will start after 4:30 p.m., followed by the regular meeting at 6. Continue reading Live Blog: Thursday’s city council meetings (March 11)
As a former Texas A&M student and now a permanent resident, I love the hustle and bustle that fall brings. Watching the students move in and gear up for classes brings back fond memories, and it’s also a perfect opportunity to offer some friendly advice for our new residents. Continue reading 8 easy ways for students to thrive in College Station
By Debbie Eller, Community Services Director
When Texas A&M ended its bike share contract with ofo in December, you probably thought you’d seen the last of those yellow bicycles.
Not quite. And contrary to what you may be thinking, that’s a good thing. Continue reading “How yellow bikes turned out to be a community asset”
Last spring, Texas A&M partnered with Ofo Bike Share Systems to offer the yellow bikes as an alternative mode of travel on and around campus. Unfortunately, the bikes have turned up in a multitude of unintended locations such as grassy areas, sidewalks, roadways – even treetops. Reminder: Users must park dockless bikes in the geo-fence zone that encompasses the area in and around campus. Continue reading What to do when Ofo becomes an oh no