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Federal, state, and local elected officials gathered at the Bear Branch Dam in The Woodlands to celebrate the announcement of funding for the dam’s pr...

Sean K. Thompson
| 02/26/2024
Utilities & Public Services

Over the past fifteen years, thousands of businesses have been up for a coveted local recognition: the annual Woodlands Online ‘Best of The Woodlands’...

Woodlands Online Staff
| 02/23/2024
Business

Howard Hughes announces the first Salad and Go, a healthy dining establishment in a fast-service setup, in the Village of College Park in The Woodlands.

Lorrie Parise
| 02/22/2024
Restaurants & Food

As we continue to thrive during the spring season filled with goals, assists, and unforgettable moments on the soccer field, HTX Soccer is thrilled to...

Sports

Dragon Girls Golf Team Wins Tournament Tennis Team Is Runner Up, Track & Field Breaks Six School Records. Results from the week of February 26, 2024

Lynn Boeding
| 03/03/2024
Sports

As residents near the Gulf Coast prepare for the upcoming hurricane season, Lone Star College-University Park (LSC-University Park)

Shelley Steagall
| 03/02/2024
Education & School

Governor Greg Abbott today held a briefing with state and local officials and provided an update on the state’s ongoing response

Governor Greg Abbott Press Office
| 03/01/2024
Government & Politics

The Woodlands Township announces the beginning of a public comment period for an increase of the commuter bus service fare.

The Woodlands Township
| 03/01/2024
Government & Politics

The Woodlands Farmer's Market will close at 12 noon this Saturday due to the funeral mass of one of its founders, Bruce Cunningham.

Woodlands Online Staff
| 03/01/2024
Obituaries & Legacies

Shenandoah City Council recently held its monthly meeting on February 28. In attendance were Mayor John Escoto, Mayor Pro Tem Charlie Bradt (Posit...

City of Shenandoah
| 03/01/2024
Government & Politics
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The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is attempting to identify the suspects, pictured below, in reference to a Burglary of a Building that occurred

Stephen Walker, Specialist
| 03/01/2024
Crime & Public Safety

Today is your last chance to early vote for the Texas Primary Elections. As long as you’re in line by 7:00 p.m. tonight at any of the authorized polli...

Sean K. Thompson
| 03/01/2024
Government & Politics

Winter has apparently decided to take a hike early, and it seems like we’re in for some warmer, wetter, springlike weather already.

Woodlands Online Weather
| 03/01/2024
Weather

Serving Montgomery, Liberty and San Jacinto Counties. Featured Felons for the Week of 03-01-2024. All warrants confirmed active as of 02-28-2024.

Montgomery County Crime Stoppers
| 03/01/2024
Crime & Public Safety

This Saturday morning will see hundreds of runners pounding the pavement as – not one, not two, not three, but four – races take to the Township stree...

Woodlands Online Staff
| 03/01/2024
Woodlands Area

Today, Sheriff Rand Henderson, along with the men and women of The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and hundreds of law enforcement officers,

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office
| 02/29/2024
Crime & Public Safety

This Easter, enjoy the freshest seafood and seasonal accompaniments off Truluck's regular menu, including Florida stone crab claws, miso-glazed sea ba...

Woodlands Online Staff
| 02/29/2024
Restaurants & Food

Local mother and outspoken advocate against teen dating violence Mikayla Williams received the 2024 Advocate of the Year Award from the Texas Council ...

Woodlands Online Staff
| 02/29/2024
Crime & Public Safety

In the face of Houston’s challenging commercial real estate market conditions, entrepreneur Eduardo Morales, CEO of Mexcor International and Morales C...

Liz Grimm
| 02/29/2024
Business

Camp For All, a local nonprofit barrier-free camp experience that transforms the world for nearly 9,000 children and adults

Julia Bernstein
| 02/29/2024
Kids

Dress in Blue Day is the first Friday in March that promotes National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, according to the Colorectal Cancer Alliance. ...

Sean K. Thompson
| 02/29/2024
Health & Fitness

The Tamina utility project is a three-year project funded by federal ARPA dollars. The project will extend water and sewer services to the Tamina comm...

Kathie Reyer
| 02/29/2024
Utilities & Public Services

On February 16, 2024, Detectives with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, The Woodlands Criminal Investigations Division, along with Intelligence ...

Travis Wood, Specialist
| 02/28/2024
Crime & Public Safety

A beloved spring tradition is back at Market Street, and the shopping, dining and entertainment

Alicia Whitley
| 02/28/2024
Entertainment, Arts & Music

This Easter, Sorriso Italian Kitchen invites you and your loved ones to share more than just a meal; share a smile and a day filled with joy

Audrey Carni
| 02/28/2024
Restaurants & Food

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office will conduct the funeral procession for Deputy Charles Rivette, who recently died in the line of duty in an auto ac...

Woodlands Online Staff
| 02/28/2024
Woodlands Area

Registration for spring programs is now open. The Woodlands Township offers a wide array of seasonal programs offering ways to stay activ

The Woodlands Township
| 02/28/2024
Entertainment, Arts & Music

Montgomery’s own VFW Post 12223, held a Fish Fry Fundraiser at the Historic Montgomery Community Building this past Saturday.

Ruben Borjas, Jr., Columnist, Montgomery County News
| 02/28/2024
Nonprofits, Groups & Clubs

It was a perfect evening this past Saturday night, as a crowd of over 1,500 came

Ruben Borjas, Jr., Columnist, Montgomery County News
| 02/28/2024
Entertainment, Arts & Music

This week’s Veteran is one of the most beloved Veterans in Montgomery County, Michael John “Foy” Day.

Ruben Borjas, Jr., Columnist, Montgomery County News
| 02/28/2024
Nonprofits, Groups & Clubs