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Hundreds of people turned out to hear what turned out to be a mostly positive forecast for the local economy during the 32nd annual Economic... [Read More]
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John Anthony Brown, aside from serving on The Woodlands Township Board of Directors, is also the vice chairman of the township's Convention and Visitors Bureau... [Read More]
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The popular, but embattled, Woodlands Waterway Cruisers ferry service has been suspended indefinitely, Woodlands officials announced Friday night. Bruce Rieser, a member of The Woodlands... [Read More]
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A sick puppy at the Pet Fair store in The Woodlands is causing an uproar in social media, but the store's manager and local veterinarians... [Read More]
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The several month quest to find financial help for an exhibit showcasing the attractions of The Woodlands at the South By Southwest festival has paid... [Read More]
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Apparently it was a relatively quiet month on the streets of Oak Ridge North in January, with police reporting less than a handful of assaults... [Read More]
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A Woodlands woman who's been leading an effort that's helped scores of Hurricane Harvey victims has scheduled what she's describing as the "final big distribution"... [Read More]
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The ongoing rancor of some the residents of the Laurelhurst neighborhood in The Woodlands over expansion work at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church continues... [Read More]
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More than 200 people, including a number of local leaders and political hopefuls, turned out Tuesday night, Feb. 6, to see and hear a presentation... [Read More]
A woman from The Woodlands who describes herself as a "professor, a lawyer, a wife and a mom" is running as a Democrat in the... [Read More]
A woman from The Woodlands who describes herself as a "professor, a lawyer, a wife and a mom" is running as a Democrat in the... [Read More]
Hundreds of people are expected to attend what's being described as the premier business event in The Woodlands area. The annual Economic Outlook Conference, created... [Read More]
A retired teacher who suffered a series of debilitating strokes is grateful he has what he terms a "chance at life without recurring strokes" after... [Read More]
About 200 people turned out to meet the local candidates during a "Whistle Stop Tour" in The Woodlands Friday, Feb. 2. Nearly 30 candidates were... [Read More]
Members of The Woodlands Township Ad Hoc Economic Development Committee are taking another step forward in working on a cultural arts study that could eventually... [Read More]
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS COMMITTEE TO MEET THIS WEEK The Woodlands Township Development Standards Committee is scheduled to meet this week. The committee has a number of... [Read More]
People across The Woodlands Township may be seeing the water that comes out of their faucets and taps looking a bit different over the next... [Read More]
Officials at Jones State Forest expect to finally start a prescribed burn in the forest Friday morning, Feb. 2, after poor weather conditions caused numerous... [Read More]
The financial state of The Woodlands Township appears to be looking bright, with more money coming in than expected and less money than predicted being... [Read More]
The Woodlands Township Board of Directors Chairman Gordy Bunch is describing a trip he, Director Bruce Rieser, and other local officials made to Washington, D.C.... [Read More]
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