The Cities Creating The Most High-Wage Jobs

“…we may also see the shift of some business to small and mid-sized cities, which constituted 10 of the top 12 fastest growing areas for business service jobs, led by such diverse places as Wausau, Wisc., Monroe, Mich., and College Station, Texas.”

Four new tenants announced for upcoming Century Square project

The roster of tenants filling out College Station’s forthcoming Century Square added four new members Thursday, including a mix of local and national businesses.

CS City Council approves rezoning for commercial uses along Texas 6

The College Station City Council approved zoning changes Thursday to allow for commercial development on six different properties, half of which have frontage along Texas 6.

Podcast: Is this a thing? What’s coming to CS (episode 3)

This is the third edition of “Is This a Thing?” with Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz, who talks about restaurants and retail that are more than just a rumor.

New Academy Sports + Outdoors location now open

College Station’s new, bigger Academy Sports + Outdoors opened its doors June 23, just about a mile south on Texas 6 from its previous location.

Texas A&M in College Station ranked no. 39 on Safest Colleges in America list

Alarms.org has released its 2017 rankings of Safest Colleges in America. Texas A&M University’s College Station campus is listed as the nation’s 39th-safest campus.

CS Council Approves Economic Development Money Towards Street Extension

WTAW – The city of College Station’s economic development fund is helping pay for a street extension to open up land for building apartments and commercial businesses.

Groundbreaking of $70 Million RELLIS Building

WTAW – The first of nine buildings as part of a $300 million dollar conversion of the former Texas A& M Riverside campus is officially underway. Groundbreaking took place Monday on the $70 million dollar Center for Infrastructure Renewal. System chancellor John Sharp says it’s only the second facility of its type in the country.

Lockheed Martin, Texas A&M Team Up On F-35 Production

Texas A&M Today – Preparing for the take off of faster production, Lockheed Martin and the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Texas A&M University are investigating the use of advanced industrial engineering tools and procedures to study F-35 rate production.

A&M Researchers Unveil Freight Delivery Without Trucks

The Texas Tribune – Back in 1998, the federal government asked the Texas A&M Transportation Institute to find a way of moving freight that didn’t use trucks on highways. Eighteen years later, the researchers debuted the first Freight Shuttle System prototype on Friday.