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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.
J. Werner
“The grief doesn’t go away when the waters do,” say staff at Milstead Automotive Drivers and their wallets can be substantially affected long after the flood waters have receded and the process of replacing a car has begun. “Flooding can severely damage a car, which can lead to serious safety issues.
Donna Wick Publicity
Here’s what you can do to be ready for flooded roadways If area residents learned anything from the torrential rains last month, it’s that Houston and The Woodlands are vulnerable to flooding.
Donna Wick Publicity
The Woodlands Township continues to expand the methods with which its residents can receive public information and notices.
The Woodlands Township
Driving recommendations to eliminate the no go of the flow. With summer in The Woodlands comes more traffic...tourists, concert attendees, events participants. For the locals, a few tips to keep The Woodlands moving...
J. Werner
Six steps to take now to prepare your car for an evacuation Hurricane season is fast approaching. In the Houston area, there is always a very real possibility of an evacuation. For that reason, it’s important to make a plan and to be ready.
Donna Wick Publicity
Auto enthusiasts may be surprised to find out who makes the most sought-after commercial-use van on the road today In the days of old, what could only charitably be termed as “mobile offices” were essentially note pads suction-cupped to the windshield interior and perhaps a passenger seat-side tray that might keep files from spilling to the floorboard.
Donna Wick
Don't get stranded! The weather is getting warmer and summer will soon be here. It is time for planning vacation trips.
Donna Wick Publicity
You’re headed home for work, sitting in stop-and-go traffic and BAM! The next thing you know, you have a ‘fender bender’ on your hands. As much as we try to avoid or prevent these unwanted and painful situations
A. Puskorius
Passengers on The Woodlands Express, the daily commuter bus service to Houston, are starting to see some changes at the park and ride facilities.
The Woodlands Township
Mercedes-Benz of The Woodlands opens its doors to the public and its heart to the needy At Mercedes-Benz of The Woodlands, the luxury of world-class automotive engineering is sharing the driver’s seat with a commitment to the community.
Donna Wick Publicity
Below is the traffic impact for the 2015 Ironman Texas on May 16 Below is the traffic impact for the 2015 Ironman Texas on May 16:
Ironman Texas
Steve Guinn, owner of Hodges Collision Centers, is pleased to announce that several Hodge’s locations have been top ranked by State Farm and Allstate Insurance customers.
LJF Marketing
The weather is getting warmer and summer will soon be here. It is time for planning vacation trips. Before booking a campsite, owners of campers and recreational vehicles should perform some routine maintenance first.
Donna Wick Publicity
Milstead Automotive and Milstead Collision, two subsidiaries of the local Milstead automotive family, recently was voted second place and third place in two different categories of “Best of The Woodlands 2015,” hosted by Woodlands Online
Donna Wick Publicity
Steve Guinn, owner of Hodges Collision Centers, is pleased to announce that Steve Pawlik is named manager at the Hodges’ Rayford Road location.
LJF Marketing
Bob Milner is living the dream. Milner and his wife Teresa lived for many happy years in The Woodlands before career and life swept them off to Florida in 2001, followed by a move to Southern California.
Donna Wick Publicity
New Caney suspect believed to have hopped a passing train. Sheriff deputies and other law enforcement agencies pursued a suspect through west Montgomery and north Harris Counties, and also resulting in a patrol car being stolen.
WOL Staff
Committee prepares to promote bond. Montgomery County Commissioners Court on Monday voted to put $350 million in road bonds to voters in May. The Court voted 5 - 0 for the bond election amount after the Montgomery County 2015 Road Bond Committee presented its final reports.
Keep Montgomery County Moving
The Montgomery County 2015 Road Bond Committee is wrapping up work on a proposed list of projects and recommended price tag for a road bond issue that will be put to voters in May 2015, the group's co-chairman said.
Nelda Luce Blair