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Low gasoline prices increase holiday driving traffic. Approximately 42 million Americans are expected to take a road trip this Thanksgiving, and drivers should pay the lowest pump prices for the Thanksgiving holiday since 2008.
In an effort to ease congestion and parking concerns, The Woodlands Township is offering free Holiday Shuttle Express service to allow for a more convenient way for the public to enjoy the holiday season in The Woodlands.
The Woodlands Township
County Judge Craig Doyal is inviting the public to attend a series of public meetings on a proposed Montgomery County Thoroughfare Plan that is designed to guide road development for the future.
Office of County Judge Craig Doyal
October is Fall Car Care Month. As the cooler fall air creeps into the forecast and sunroofs everywhere are reluctantly closing, weather experts predict another grueling winter may be just around the corner.
Donna Wick
Going Places Student Shuttle is the very first available transportation shuttle service for students in The Woodlands and surrounding areas. This day and age, families tend to find themselves in a bind for time with school, work, dinner, homework, extracurricular activities, tutoring, church, and much more.
Amanda Puskorius
Mercedes-Benz of The Woodlands recently donated $40,000 to the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund in a check presentation ceremony.
Donna Wick
Rayford Road to FM 1488 trashed. As if Rayford Road isn't congested enough, traffic had to plow its way through a debris field that stretched from Rayford Road to FM 1488 during yesterday's rush hour.
Woodlands Online staff
A new pathway is planned to begin construction in September 2015, adjacent to the new Kuykendahl connector between Crownridge Drive and Alden Bridge Drive.
The Woodlands Township
Captain Rusty Fincher of the Montgomery County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office has some tips for you The local schools are now back in session, and that means that school zones are active again.
Donna Wick Publicity
Questions and answers about the future of Robinson Road. Oak Ridge North questions and answers regarding Robinson...
Heather Neeley, City of Oak Ridge North
Scheduled road construction for the Riley Fuzzel area August 21 through September 10.
Commissioner James Noack
Montgomery County commissioners voted unanimously to place $280 million road bond referendum on November 3 ballot.
County Judge Craig Doyal
Donations total $80,000 Mercedes-Benz of The Woodlands recently donated one hundred percent of its net July profits to two noted non-profit organizations in an act of charitable giving that totaled $80,000.
Donna Wick Publicity
Steve Guinn, owner of all Hodges Collision Centers, is pleased to announce that Gary Scherer has been named Manager of the Highway 249/Tomball location.
Carla Clark, LJF Marketing
As the hot summer wears on, the news constantly reminds us to not leave pets and children in cars. But one local automotive company tells us about how the heat can damage the car itself...
Donna Wick Publicity
The Grand Parkway construction over I-45 in Spring has been completed, and all lanes north and south, have been reopened.
Zachry-Odebrecht Parkway Builders
Conroe-based automotive dealer has been a local mainstay for five decades One Conroe businessman is celebrating a golden anniversary in style. Don Buckalew, Montgomery County native and owner of Buckalew Chevrolet, is marking the 50th anniversary of his company.
Donna Wick
One Conroe businessman is celebrating a golden anniversary in style. Don Buckalew, Montgomery County native and owner of Buckalew Chevrolet, is marking the 50th anniversary of his company.
Donna Wick Publicity
An estimated 41.9 million people will travel this holiday weekend, averaging 50 miles or more, according to AAA, citing a stronger economy, rising consumer confidence, and lower gasoline prices, for the 0.7 percent increase over last year's traffic.
Woodlands Online staff
EZ Tags required to use flyovers. The free ride is over on the flyovers at I-45N and SH 242, starting Monday, July 6. The cost to use the flyover will be fifty cents per usage during peak hours.
J. Werner