Brazoria County sees whooping increase in the whooping cough

Brazoria County is seeing an increase in the number of whooping cough cases in 2018, with 37 reported diagnoses reported through July compared to six the year before. Of this years cases, 73 percent were for people under 19 years old, said Cathy Sbrusch, Director of Public Health Services with the Brazoria County Health Department.... Continue Reading →

ESD takes over Manvel EMS duties

Alvin Sun Joshua Truksa Aug 28, 2018 Dozens of citizens and first responders showed up at Southview Baptist Church in Manvel on Aug. 21 for a town hall meeting with the commissioners of Brazoria County Emergency Service District No. 3. The town hall was set up to answer concerns that citizens voiced during a previous... Continue Reading →

Brazoria County group collecting flags for proper retirement

  Just as there’s a proper method for folding an American flag, there’s a proper ceremony for retiring flags that have been weather-beaten and torn by the elements. For the fourth year, the Fort Velasco Chapter, DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) will perform a flag retirement ceremony as part of the Texas Navy Day... Continue Reading →

In aftermath of Santa Fe, school struggles to hire patrol officers

While the City of Angleton announces their new police chief, Aaron Ausmus, former Internal Affairs Sergeant, the Angleton Independent School District struggles to fill its positions. A source close to the school police department has told MBCN that former police chief Bryan Corb of Richwood has or will accept the job as a K9 handler... Continue Reading →

Brazoswood Goddard Rocket Team receives Inaugural PORT Award

By: AJOT | Jul 30 2018 at 11:20 AM | Ports & Terminals FREEPORT, TX - During the commission meeting held July 19th, Port Freeport presented the inaugural PORT Award to the Brazoswood Goddard Rocket Team led by Mr. Dale Hobbs for their outstanding achievement in the SystemsGo Rocket Competition. Members of the Rocket Team... Continue Reading →

Cupcakes and Canvases

Join the Brazoria County Historical Museum Thursday, August 2nd at 6 pm, for an evening of cupcakes and canvases with renown local artist Peihong Endris. Parents, or grandparents, and children are invited to enjoy an evening creating a step-by-step painting while savoring delicious cupcakes. The Cupcakes & Canvases class is perfect for quality family time,... Continue Reading →

Will Brazoria County say “NO” to disabled veterans?

Author: Damian Wallace, MBCN Staff Writer Free toll road access for Veterans July 25th the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority announced they will be waiving fees for certain classes of veterans. Executive director Mike Hieligenstien announced that the board of directors passed the program and they are happy to be able to offer this to... Continue Reading →

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