The Weekly Rewind (May 16 - May 22)

By: Woodlands Online | Published 05/24/2021


THE WOODLANDS, TX - The news never stops in and around The Woodlands and Texas. Here are some of the most read stories from last week, May 16 - May 22.

Possible Road Rage Causes Major Accident Just South of The Woodlands

Spring firefighters responded to a motor vehicle incident that had both vehicles leaving the roadway, rolling over several times, and resulting in multiple entrapments in both vehicles.

Community members voice concern at CISD board meeting over mask mandates for students and Critical Race Theory course currently taught in classrooms

“This is the forum to share your ideas, your thoughts with us, and we do appreciate everybody,” said CISD Board of Trustees President, Skeeter Hubert, at the district’s board meeting, May 18.

Constable Investigators Arrest Suspect For Prostitution At A Spring Massage Parlor

On May 17, 2021 Investigators with Constable Mark Herman's Office Criminal Investigations Division conducted a Prostitution / Human Trafficking investigation at the J&A Massage located in the 5000 block of Louetta Rd after receiving several citizen complaints.

The Woodlands Fire Department Responds to House Fire Caused By Lightning Strike in Cochran's Crossing

The Woodlands Fire Department was dispatched to a report of a roof on fire after a lightning strike on Golden Sunset Circle in Cochran’s Crossing.

25 Date Ideas in The Woodlands, Texas

Whether you're looking for something to do with your significant other, friends, or kicking it solo, these ideas can be enjoyed by all!

HS Baseball Playoffs: Grand Oaks sweeps The Woodlands to advance to Round 4

A night after Grand Oaks’ dramatic comeback victory in Game 1, the Grizzlies returned to Humble HS on Friday with a chance to win the series. Grand Oaks chose to complete their comeback much earlier in Game 2, as their six-run third inning erased The Woodlands’ 3-0 lead and led them to a 10-6 win over the Highlanders.

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