The Lone Star GCD Board of Directors is holding its monthly board meeting in person, with the option for public comment remotely by videoconference.
Attorney General Paxton has joined a cert-stage amicus brief led by West Virginia and Louisiana that argues the U.S. Supreme Court should take up Groff v. DeJoy,
Attorney General Paxton signed a Utah-led letter to Acting Comptroller Hsu of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) regarding the appointment of a Chief Climate Risk
The New Orleans-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit sided with Attorney General Paxton and Secretary of State John Scott
Governor Greg Abbott today congratulated Rio Grande Valley Linking Economic and Academic Development (RGV LEAD)
Attorney General Paxton has secured another major victory over the Biden Administration with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas ruling in favor of Texas
Governor Greg Abbott today congratulated the Texas public institutions of higher education honored with the 2022 Veteran Education Excellence Recognition
Today, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit upheld in favor of Texas Judge Wayne Mack’s practice of recognizing volunteer chaplains—including Muslim, Jewish,
Governor Greg Abbott today announced the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) is providing more than $344.9 million in emergency
Recently and reported by Conroe Today, Conroe City Council in a 3-2 vote enacted the termination process for Conroe City Administrator Paul Virgadamo and Conroe CFO Steve Williams. Virgadamo was subsequently terminated after 25 years working for the
The Conroe City Council held a special council meeting on Wednesday, August 17, to discuss the proposed Fiscal Year 2022-2023 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program Budget.
Councilmembers Porter, Hardman, and Wood release statements Conroe City Hall was abuzz last week with the surprise termination of City Administrator Paul Virgadamo and the simultaneous acceptance of the resignation of assistant city administrator Steve Williams
Facilities Manager Tammie Rushing has been named the 2021 City of Conroe Employee of the Year. The City of Conroe’s Employee of the Year
To the registered voters of the County of Montgomery County, City of Conroe, Texas
Councilwoman Marsha Porter fought back against personal attacks posted on social media pages.
Conroe has won every lawsuit and appeal against the San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA) to date including another win this past week.
There have been several inaccurate reports posted on social media stating Harry Hardman personally received over $50,000 from a political action committee (PAC). This is simply not true. The campaign finance reports are available at City Hall.
This morning, Conroe City Council voted and approved an increase on the current homestead exemption from 2.5% to 20%.
92 percent of respondents rated the Miracle City as “Excellent” or “Good” place to live – 18 percentage points above the national average An independent, in-depth assessment of resident satisfaction with the delivery of city services in Conroe indicates citizens are more than content with life in their south Texas home.
City of Conroe Mayor Jody Czajkoski is pleased to report the victory on behalf of the water users of Conroe in the suit against the San Jacinto River Authority.