Feb. 26, 1997: Lyle Lovett, class of 1979, won best country album for The Road to Ensenada at the Grammy Awards. The album included the swingi…
Feb. 2, 2016: Former Texas A&M All-American defensive end Jacob Green was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Green, who is the 1…
The Chappell Hill Historical Society Board of Directors and Festival Committee announced Thursday it has canceled the 2020 Scarecrow Festival, which was scheduled for Oct. 10-11.
Thursday afternoons and evenings are "can't miss" family time for the Skows -- and it's time they share with dozens of friends and strangers of all ages at The Bridge Ministries' weekly food pantry in Downtown Bryan.
When Brooke Conrad started volunteering with the Sexual Assault Resource Center, a good friend discussed the years of sexual abuse she experienced at the hands of her stepfather as a child, which she had never told anyone about.
The premise of Big Brothers Big Sisters is simple: Match youth in the community to a caring and responsible adult mentor.
The original intent of United Way of the Brazos Valley was to serve as a central fundraising arm for area nonprofit organizations, and 65 years later, that is still its primary service to the community.
The community has shown an outpouring of support in the form of monetary and toy donations toward this year's Salvation Army Angel Tree campai…
The Red Cross has been a part of the Brazos Valley for 101 years, and in just the past five months it has assisted 93 families after their homes burned down. The group has provided assistance to 248 military families, and Red Cross-trained individuals have given CPR to over 1,100 people.
KBTX-TV has been teaming up with the Brazos Valley Food Bank for more than two decades to help "fill the gap" for families in the Brazos Valley during the holidays with the Food for Families Food Drive.
While coordinating parent education programs for the Bryan Independent School District starting in 1990, Jeannie McGuire noticed that it was often difficult to connect families with the resources they needed.
The College Station Noon Lions Club is seeking volunteers to help with its annual Fourth of July fireworks celebration at the George Bush Pres…
Thanks to all the volunteers who helped place wreaths
In 2015, volunteers began working together to place sponsored wreaths at graves of veterans in Bryan-College Station.
Graves of local veterans will be adorned with wreaths on Saturday as part of the annual Wreaths Across America Day.
Texas A&M junior defensive specialist Amy Houser was named to the Southeastern Conference volleyball community service team, the SEC announced Wednesday. Houser has logged nearly 75 volunteer hours over the last year, not including a second mission trip with other A&M athletes to help the people of Haiti with service projects such as planting trees, painting houses and providing water filters.
The Salvation Army has kicked off its annual Red Kettle Campaign and Angel Tree program, through which the organization aims to help even more…
The Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to ring bells during its holiday red kettle campaign.
The Texas A&M volleyball program has added Brett Anema as a volunteer coach. The 6-foot-7 middle blocker played three seasons at Concordia University in Irvine, California, earning AVCA/NAIA All-America honors in 2015, his senior season.
Texas A&M is seeking volunteers for the Aggie Invitational men’s golf tournament set for April 1-2 at Traditions Club.
The Texas A&M women’s golf team has added two-time All-American Katerina Ruzickova-Bruner as a volunteer assistant coach, the school announced Tuesday.
Since her husband — a former College Station city employee — died in 2014, Eula Taylor hasn’t been able to keep up with the exterior of her Carolina Street home the way her husband once did.
With the 2016 campus Muster ceremony only a few days away, hundreds affiliated with Texas A&M are hard at work, doing their best to make t…