Category: Bellville

Disaster Resource Center Opens in Bellville for Austin County Residents [VIDEO]

In response to severe storms and flooding in Austin County from April 26, 2024, a Disaster Resource Center (DRC) will open in Bellville at the Bellville Police Department Training Center on 162 N Chesley St. Operating daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., the center offers support following President Biden’s declaration of a major disaster on May 17, 2024, making Austin County eligible for federal assistance. Residents, homeowners, renters, and businesses affected by the disaster can access recovery resources, including low-interest federal disaster loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA), with application assistance available onsite or online at sba.gov/disaster.

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Bellville PD and Austin County SO Arrest Travis Gilliam

Travis Gilliam was arrested by Bellville PD and Austin County SO for multiple outstanding warrants, including assault and burglary charges stemming from recent break-ins at local businesses. Gilliam, apprehended during a joint operation, faces charges ranging from Assault Family Violence to Burglary of a Building, following incidents at Brookshire Brothers Pharmacy and the Texaco Food Court. The arrest follows public assistance sought by Bellville PD, leading to Gilliam’s identification and subsequent booking into Austin County Jail.

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Bellville ISD Seeks Community Input to Honor O’Bryant Intermediate Campus Before Demolition

Following the recent approval of Propositions A and B in the 2023 Bond, Bellville Independent School District (ISD) is gearing up for significant changes that will shape the future of education in the community. With this transition comes the recognition of the historical significance of the O’Bryant Intermediate Campus within the fabric of Bellville ISD. As plans move forward to repurpose the site to better accommodate parking and traffic flow for the O’Bryant Primary Campus, the district is keen on commemorating the legacy of the O’Bryant Intermediate Campus. To facilitate this process, Bellville ISD is inviting community members to participate in a committee meeting slated for Monday, May 20th at 4:30 PM at the O’Bryant Intermediate Library. The purpose of this meeting is to engage in a collaborative discussion on how best to honor the role of the O’Bryant Intermediate Campus in the history of Bellville ISD schools.

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Bellville High School Track Team Shines at District Meet

The Bellville High School track team excelled at the district meet, with several athletes and relay teams qualifying for the Area meet. Led by standout performances from DJ Sanders, Zamarion Thomas, and Allyson Skeen, the Brahma and Brahmanette athletes showcased their talent and determination on the track and in the field. They now look ahead to the upcoming meet, aiming to continue their success and advance further in the competition.

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Disaster Resource Center Opens in Bellville for Austin County Residents [VIDEO]

In response to severe storms and flooding in Austin County from April 26, 2024, a Disaster Resource Center (DRC) will open in Bellville at the Bellville Police Department Training Center on 162 N Chesley St. Operating daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., the center offers support following President Biden’s declaration of a major disaster on May 17, 2024, making Austin County eligible for federal assistance. Residents, homeowners, renters, and businesses affected by the disaster can access recovery resources, including low-interest federal disaster loans from the Small Business Administration (SBA), with application assistance available onsite or online at sba.gov/disaster.

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