Take a look at the top five trending stories across Community Impact Newspaper’s coverage areas in Texas as of April 11.
Note: The following stories were published April 8-11.
1838 Grill New Braunfels now open and more local business news
Check out nine business and dining updates from New Braunfels.
Amigo’s BBQ Grill in Pflugerville has served up a diverse menu since 2003
Amigo’s BBQ Grill, a well-loved Pflugerville taco and barbecue spot, has stood the test of time as the lone tenant remaining of the original Park at Grand Avenue occupants.
Tomball ISD considering boundary changes near The Woodlands
Tomball ISD is considering boundary changes affecting Creekview, Creekside Forest and Timber Creek elementary schools. TISD will not make a decision until the district can form a committee to review growth and school capacity, according to an April 8 message sent to the families in the three affected elementary schools.
Food truck venue The Table at Madeley celebrates grand opening in Conroe
The business features four trucks on-site, including Taste the Asian, Nacho Food Truck, Kajun Eatz and Italian District.
10 new tenants coming to Willowbrook Plaza
Willowbrook Plaza is set to gain 10 new businesses with over 15,000 square feet sold for these new tenants, according to Mishorim Gold, the manager of the property.
Lauren Canterberry, Kayli Thomson, Anna Lotz, Chrisopher Goodwin and Brooke Sjoberg contributed to this report.
CI TEXAS ROUNDUP: 1838 Grill New Braunfels now open and more local business updates; Tomball ISD considering boundary changes near The Woodlands and more top news
1838 Grill New Braunfels opened in early March and serves American-style food. (Courtesy 1838 Grill New Braunfels)