Washington County’s confirmed cases of coronavirus climbed to 31 Thursday, after four more cases came back positive.
CHAPPELL HILL — For many residents of Washington County, it’s hard to imagine Easter without the church. Many families celebrate Easter with festive brunches, Easter egg hunts, family photos in the bluebonnets and whacking each other over the head with confetti eggs. For so many, these ritua…
After three additional cases were confirmed Wednesday, Washington County has 27 confirmed cases of the coronavirus as the state total rose to 9,353.
At least three cases of COVID-19 coronavirus in Brenham, one of them the only death to have been reported so far, may have been low income residents managed by the Brenham Housing Authority.
Brenham Independent School District has temporarily closed all of its drive-thru meal locations after an employee was forced to self-quarantine due to a possible exposure to COVID-19.
Mama’s Kitchen was essential to the small community of Somerville long before the novel coronavirus, but now the future of the town’s longest operating mom-and-pop eatery is unclear.
The maker of BRIANNAS Fine Salad Dressing in Brenham is shutting down for two weeks after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus.
The Joint Information Center (JIC) of Washington County emergency management officials, the city of Brenham, local school districts, Blinn, the Chamber of Commerce, Baylor Scott & White, Washington County Sheriff’s office and more have announced the introduction of a streamlined resource…
The Brenham ISD board of trustees held its second virtual meeting through a YouTube video Monday to discuss several topics as the end of the school year approaches.
The Blinn-Brenham Theatre Arts Program’s presentation of “Macbeth” won a host of awards at the recent Texas Community College Speech and Theatre Association (TCCSTA) Play Festival, including an “excellent” rating for the production.
The Baylor Scott & White (BS&W) system has seen a big change in the last few weeks: Of the almost 14,000 health and wellness visits Monday, more than 7,000 were done virtually.
With Texans relying on delivery now more than ever, H-E-B has a new option for seniors and other Brenham residents seeking to successfully socially distance themselves.
The Brenham Independent School District board of trustees will conduct a special virtual meeting at noon Monday, days after Washington County officials confirmed the county’s first COVID-19-related death, which came Friday morning.
Faith Mission’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) disaster program is providing “Serve Safely” on-call volunteer opportunities to help those immediately affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
Jennifer Patrick, director of youth at First United Methodist Church (FUMC) Brenham, had an innovative idea when Pastor Bobbie Maltas asked for new and creative ways to celebrate Palm Sunday safely in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Local officials are mobilizing resources and collaborating to keep Washington County residents informed about the increasing positive cases of COVID-19 coronavirus.
County commissioners approved Stuart J. Yoffe, M.D. as the interim medical director for the Washington County Jail Tuesday during commissioners court. Contract negotiations are to follow.
A regular city council meeting will be held via teleconference and video conference Thursday at 1 p.m. to discuss items regarding the city’s action plan for COVID-19.
Saying that final goodbye to a loved one is never easy, and for area funeral home owners and directors, the job of easing families into the final phase of life is getting increasingly more difficult.
AUSTIN — Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar reminds business owners that for many property types, April 15 is the deadline to file property tax renditions with their county appraisal districts. Different deadlines apply for certain regulated property.
Brenham’s own U.S. Congressman, Rep. Michael McCaul, appeared on Fox News last week to lambast the Chinese Communist Party over its handling of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Brenham and Burton ISD announced Monday they will be extending the suspension of normal school operations beyond April 3. There is no date set for students to return yet.
A workshop to discuss the medical director for the Washington County jail is on the agenda for Washington County Commissioner’s Court Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the courthouse chamber No. 103.
The Brenham ISD board of trustees conducted a special virtual meeting Friday to discuss several issues the district faces as the COVID-19 outbreak continues.
The Brenham Police Department wants to urge its citizens to be very aware of scammers, especially during these times. Police have recieved multiple calls on scams that are happening and want to remind citizens that some scammers will use local phone numbers to make their stories seem more “c…
The city of Brenham and other local governments are bracing for a major blow to their budgets due to the economic shutdown caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus.