The new Scott & White hospital is expected to bring many more jobs to the College Station area. When the hospital opens in August of 2013 it will have an emergency department, neonatal intensive care unit, operating rooms, cath labs, cardiac services,  maternity services suites, intraoperative robotics and other specialty services, comprehensive cancer services, pharmacy, and state- of- the -art imaging technology and other diagnostic capabilities. The hospital will open with 119 beds but can be expanded later to accommodate another 24 beds should the need arise. The 98-acre campus is located at the intersection of Highway 6 and Rock Prairie Road. The hospital will have five floors and house 143 beds. An adjacent four- story building will house medical…

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The United States Department of Agriculture, the USDA, has a home loan program that might be helpful to you. In order for individuals to receive the loan, the household income must be at a certain level to be eligible. Also the home that you wish to purchase must be in an eligible rural area that is defined by the USDA.

            The 502 loan is in place so that low income families have the opportunity to buy a home in a rural area. The funds that are received can be used to repair, build, relocate, renovate, purchase, and prepare a home site like adding sewage and water facilities.

            There are some eligibility requirements for the loans. Applicants must be low or very low income. Very low income is defined as being below 50% of the area…

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South College Station's population and development has seen unprecedented growth in the last 24-36 months.  This growth pattern towards Houston doesn't seem to be slowing down at all anytime in the near future. Because of this population growth, after 72 years of having only one high school in College Station, in the Fall of 2012 College Station Independent School District unveiled its new state of the art modern multi-level high school located off

HWY 40 Fitch and Victoria Avenue. In May 2009, College Station voters approved the sale of $144.2 million in bonds, including approximately $112 million for the construction of a second comprehensive high school. College Station High School opened this August with freshmen and sophomores only attending the…

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