The Weekly Rewind (April 4 - April 10)
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, April 4 - April 10.
Did you know that the Wunsche Brothers Café is the oldest original building in Old Town Spring? After being forced to close its doors due to a fire in 2015, the historic restaurant reopened in February of this year.
Commuters traveling east from I-45 to FM 242 will have an opportunity to bypass the traffic lights and congestion that occurs in this area with a planned direct connect. The non-tolled flyover has begun its preconstruction phase with the approval from Montgomery County Commissioners Court and discussions with an appointed engineering firm. The new flyover will be using the same approach as the current FM 242 flyover, with an added new flyover lane heading east on FM 242. The commuter will have the opportunity to maintain highway speed and merge into the flow of FM 242 traffic, well past the traffic lights and congestion that congregate in this area, which is bordered by multiple medical facilities, businesses, schools and neighborhoods.
The Woodlands Township features an exciting slate of activities in the Summer 2021 Action Guide, available now atwww.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/actionguide
“How can I help?” asked US Congressman Kevin Brady during his visit to Montgomery County Food Bank, April 7. Congressman Brady serves the 8th District of Texas in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Zach Richmond of the Richmond Realty Group – RE/MAX The Woodlands & Spring was the proud sponsor of The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly “Business After Hours” for March.
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