Video: And now for something completely positive (January)

Video: And now for something completely positive (January)

Take a look back at some of the positive things that happened in the City of College Station in January, including the naming of the basketball court at Castlegate Park “Alex Caruso Court,” the reopening of the Fun for All Playground, a CSPD officer rescuing a man from a burning car, and the naming of two assistant fire chiefs. Now that’s something completely positive! Continue reading Video: And now for something completely positive (January)

Video: Dendy Brown’s Remarkable Comeback

Video: Dendy Brown’s Remarkable Comeback

On Sept. 20, 2018, city employee Harold “Dendy” Brown was struck by a car while collecting a container on his solid waste route. Some 25 months after the accident, Dendy returned to work in the Solid Waste Division after enduring 11 surgeries. The likelihood of an injured worker returning after a six-month absence is about 5 percent. Returning after two years is extremely rare. This film tells the story of Dendy’s courageous comeback. Continue reading Video: Dendy Brown’s Remarkable Comeback

Video: Now for Something Completely Positive!

Video: Now for Something Completely Positive!

Take a look back at some of the positive things that happened in the City of College Station in September: A College Station woman caught a massive bass at the Central Park pond, Visit College Station — the city’s new tourism division — began a strategic partnership with Santa’s Wonderland, site work began for the new, three-million-gallon elevated water storage tank at Midtown Drive and State Highway 6, and the Fire Department unveiled a new diesel exhaust capturing system to protect our firefighters from carcinogens. Continue reading Video: Now for Something Completely Positive!

Video: Now for something completely positive (August)

Video: Now for something completely positive (August)

Take a look back at some of the positive things that happened in the City of College Station in August: The city’s Traffic Division made crossing University Drive easier for those who use wheelchairs, College Station was named the best city in the country for career opportunities during the pandemic, Water Services quick response to a leak prevented a major problem, first responders helped assisted living residents finally see their families, and Judge Spillane conducted his first Zoom wedding — from Kyle Field. Now that’s something completely positive! Continue reading Video: Now for something completely positive (August)