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The Conroe Independent School District Board of Trustees recognized the Assistance League of Montgomery County with the Patrons Influencing Education (PIE) Award at a recent meeting for its dedication to and support of the school children of CISD.
Family Promise of Montgomery County held its 4th Annual Luncheon in April at The Woodlands United Methodist Church.
Three local nonprofits each received a $2,750 grant from the ExxonMobil Foundation to hire an intern for 35 hours a week for eight weeks this summer.
New Danville announced today that two moms and a grandmother have accepted the financial responsibility for the annual veterinarian charges of New Danville’s 14 equine (horses and donkeys) in the Ag-Life Program.
David Feranchak, the Chairman of Conroe High School’s Theater and Fine Arts Department, was recently honored by The Woodlands Arts Council (TWAC) as the recipient of the 2018 Dr. David Gottlieb Outstanding Teacher in the Arts Award.
On June 6, 2018, Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were notified by family that Candace Nash was missing.
Conroe Diving Club sends eleven divers to the AAU Red, White & Blue Championship and brings home several Golds, Bronze and top 10 finisher medals.
Primrose School of Conroe celebrated their Pre-K and Kindergarten Classes of 2018 at an exciting ceremony hosted at the Creighton Theater.
The Annual Volunteer Luncheon “Heroes of Montgomery County” hosted by Dispute Resolution Center of Montgomery County, Inc. (DRC-MC) honored both Service Award recipients and Achievement Award recipients at April Sound Country Club on April 28.
U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady (TX-08) announced that Gracie Evers, a junior from New Caney ISD, is the winner of the 2018 Congressional Art Competition for the 8th Congressional District of Texas.
When Conroe ISD Superintendent Dr. Don Stockton announced his retirement in August 2017, scores of people and organizations sought to honor his service to Conroe ISD.
Chesmar will feature its series of new single-family homes on 50-foot home sites in The Woodlands Hills.
Victory, which had eluded the College Park Cavaliers all season, tasted oh so sweet on Friday night.