Pipeline Packaging now open in Conroe
Pipeline Packaging is located in Conroe Park North, two miles from I-45. (Courtesy Kaplan Public Relations)
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By Andy Li | | Updated
At a Sept. 22 workshop, a proposal came up that could make Conroe a certified local government.
'There’s always going to be another emergency or another disaster:' Lone Star College begins process to add fourth bachelor's program
Lone Star College System is in the process of adding a baccalaureate program in emergency management to provide additional options for students seeking higher education.
According to the company, the machines kill COVID-19 at a rate of 99.999%. Units are being used in MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston Methodist Hospital and St. Joseph Medical Center.
Redistricting is one of the items on the third special session, and the state Senate released proposed maps on Sept. 18.
The Houston-Galveston Area Council will be celebrating its 55th anniversary this October.
Read the latest on the FM 1097 widening, a new road extension in Conroe and plans for sidewalk improvements.
A demographic report completed this spring by demographics firm Population and Survey Analysts projects Montgomery ISD’s enrollment will grow more than 45% in 10 years. As a result, the district is beginning discussions for a possible May 2022 bond election, district officials said.
After setting a record high of active cases in early September, Montgomery County has reported decreases, although ICU bed usage remains high.
Montgomery County Food Bank's president and CEO talks about how the food bank weathered storms of all kinds in the past year.
A retail center with space for about six to eight tenants will break ground in January northwest of FM 1097 and Kennedy Street in Willis.
Texas Medical Center coronavirus updates: Daily average hospitalizations drop 15% week over week; ICU sees dip in number of patients
Coronavirus patients at TMC hospitals number 2,107, which in itself is an 11% week over week decline.
“[The COVID-19 outbreak] is coming at the worst time for us because it’s a bad distemper year,” MCAS Assistant Director Mark Wysocki said. “Either of those are a bit of managerial work. Together it’s a managerial nightmare.”