ROUNDUP: 7 businesses, restaurants now open, coming to or relocating in the Lake Conroe area

Wings Over Montgomery will open in September in downtown Montgomery. (Courtesy Wings Over Montgomery)
Wings Over Montgomery will open in September in downtown Montgomery. (Courtesy Wings Over Montgomery)

Wings Over Montgomery will open in September in downtown Montgomery. (Courtesy Wings Over Montgomery)

NOW OPEN



Frios Gourmet Pops will host its grand opening celebration Aug. 7 at 15885 Hwy. 105 W., Ste. 3, Montgomery. The store held a soft opening in late July and sells gourmet frozen pops with more than 60 flavors. 936-522-6109. www.friospopslakeconroe.square.site



K. Innovations opened June 4 at 304 John A. Butler St., Montgomery. The business offers custom graphic design, art and other customizable items. 936-777-4066. www.facebook.com/k.innovationss



Superior Shaved Ice held its grand opening July 4 at 18426 Hwy. 105, Montgomery. The mobile food trailer offers various flavors of shaved ice, snacks and lemonade. 346-386-1155. www.facebook.com/superiorshavedice



Conroe Office Solutions is now open at 610 N. Loop 336 E., Conroe, according to an Aug. 4 press release. The business offers work and meeting spaces that can be rented by daily or hourly rates. Offers range from reserved desk space in a shared area, a private office or a large conference room. Renters will have access to Wi-Fi and free coffee and tea. 936-320-0027. www.conroeofficesolutions.net



Annie's Angels Personal Home Care is now open at 610 N. Loop 336 E., Ste. 104, Conroe. The business provides companion services such as meal preparation, transportation and other live-in services in addition to basic personal care. 281-979-6143. www.aangelsphc.com



COMING SOON



Wings Over Montgomery plans to open in September at 14335 Liberty St., Montgomery. The restaurant specializes in chicken wings and also has various historic artifacts from the life of Texas lawyer Richard Haynes, the grandfather of co-owner Damon Haynes. 936-597-7030. www.wingsovermontgomery.com



Grand Central Storage opened July 21 at 1040 Gladstell St., Conroe. The storage facility offers electronic gate access, 24/7 video surveillance and month-to-month leases on storage units. 936-539-9510. www.mygcstorage.com



RELOCATIONS



Lake Conroe Christian Academy relocated to 2080 Longmire, Conroe, from 11360 Cude Cemetery Road, Willis, in late July. The private preschool offers services for children from 3 years old to first grade. The school offers Spanish lessons, arts and crafts, and chapel studies. 936-537-6305. www.lccawillis.com

By Andy Li
Originally from Boone, North Carolina, Andy Li is a graduate of East Carolina University with degrees in Communication with a concentration in Journalism and Political Science. While in school, he worked as a performing arts reporter, news, arts and copy editor and a columnist at the campus newspaper, The East Carolinian. He also had the privilege to work with NPR’s Next Generation Radio, a project for student journalists exploring radio news. Moving to Houston in May 2019, he now works as the reporter for the Conroe/Montgomery edition of Community Impact Newspaper.


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