Opinions & Letters To Editor
The Woodlands Township Board of Directors scheduled an election in November 2021 for The Woodlands residents to vote on whether we should incorporate The Woodlands into a city. Voters overwhelmingly rejected incorporation, with over two-thirds voting
Richard Franks, a retired business owner and decorated veteran, announced his campaign for The Woodlands Township Director. Franks, who is married to Pamela Franks, a local realtor with Compass
Texas Right to Life, the nation’s leading pro-life organization, has announced their endorsement of conservative Republican Brandon Steinmann for Montgomery County Clerk.
Kelly McDonald, GOP candidate for Texas House District 3 has signed The Texas Conservative Pledge.
Brian Cain is seeking the office of Judge for County Court of Law 1 in Montgomery County after serving 12 years as a litigator in criminal defense cases,
“For The Community, By The Community.” Woodlands Online’s slogan from the very beginning has been this simple motto “For The Community, By The Community.”
The Woodlands Country Club had an issue: not capping its membership. Members struggle to get tee times. Their solution? Take over the Golf Trails of The Woodlands and force those members out.
Big Money has spent a jaw-dropping amount of money to defeat incorporation in The Woodlands. Preserve The Woodlands PAC and their partner, the Howard Hughes Corporation,
As a resident of The Woodlands I ask you... if not us, who? If not now, when?
Dear Fellow Residents: Please Vote “AGAINST” Incorporation
As many of you are aware, a majority of The Woodlands Township Board of Directors decided to place the incorporation referendum on the November 2, 2021, ballot for voters to decide whether The Woodlands will become its own city.
Many people in The woodlands are concerned about consolidating MUDs if The Woodlands incorporates. This study sheds some light on the impacts.
The Woodlands Township Board of Directors adopted the January 15, 2020 Novak Law Enforcement report and shared it with the community as a blueprint f
Scope of Practice Expansions Put Patients at Risk Several bills in the Texas Legislature aim to allow Non-Physicians to perform surgery
Does the SJRA have a conscience? As the entire world struggles with the most life changing event of our time, SJRA holds a meeting to determine how much they are going up on water rates.
The Woodlands Township held its first ever public meeting via videoconference at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Part of the meeting had to do with the futur
The COVID-19 pandemic is the most critical event we have faced for many years. It will result in long-lasting damage to our local and state economy in its wake.
I have known and volunteered with Bruce C. Tough in several community capacities for over 15 years. I served with Bruce on the former Woodlands Community Association board
The Township Board is entering the final phase of its Incorporation Study before it calls an election in November 2020. But after two years and spending lots of money ($1.4 million) , a critical question is still left unanswered-Why?
Letter to the Editor from a local Boy Scout