The Weekly Rewind (March 14 - March 20)
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, March 14 - March 20.
The Woodlands has garnered one of the most prestigious rankings in its history as it was named the Best City to Live in America, according to Niche.com.
Memorial Hermann invites all members of the community – regardless of vaccination eligibility – to complete its COVID-19 Vaccination Request Form. All members of the community 18 years of age and older can use this online tool to register for the opportunity to receive a COVID-19 vaccine from Memorial Hermann.
Market Street’s popular Spring Concert Series, featuring artists performing Top 40, jazz, Latin, country, cover favorites and more, returns to the shopping, dining and entertainment destination every Thursday April 8 through May 27 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Growing up in a musical family, Raymond Maynard, of Bryan, was determined to seek stardom, but the time spent in that quest would not compare to the “priceless pearl” he would later find.
A meeting was held in The Woodlands specifically for Cherokee Nation citizens to discuss tribal issues affecting Cherokees living in and around the Houston area. Johnny Jack Kidwell, a tribal citizen from Oklahoma, is currently running for a seat on the Cherokee National Tribal Council and was in attendance to listen to citizen's tribal concerns and discuss possible solutions to those issues.
Spring is in bloom here in The Woodlands Area, and despite February’s freeze, experts anticipant that the wildflowers this season will still dazzle and thrive.
For more news in and around The Woodlands and Texas, please visit the Woodlands Online News section.