1. The Corndog Company had the grand opening for its food truck at 18571 Hwy. 105, Montgomery, on June 3, according to CEO Michael O’Neal. The truck features corn dogs and deep-fried desserts along with its cheese pop and cheese bomb. 936-247-3030. www.thecorndogco.com

2. Generations Concierge opened in Montgomery on March 15, according to owner Sheri McBride. The business offers senior moving and service needs, including sorting and downsizing housing; coordinating care services; and daily or weekly check-ins. 936-446-6403. www.generationsconcierge.life

3. Hunger Crush Cafe opened in early June at 15250 Hwy. 105 W., Ste. 160, Montgomery. The eatery offers breakfast, brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner daily with a menu of American comfort food with a twist, according to a June 9 news release. Menu items include soups, sandwiches, salads and entrees, such as the Hunger Crush Burger, pulled-pork tacos and chicken-fried steak. 936-224-7518. www.hungercrushcafe.com

4. Sugar Sugar opened June 10. Located at 810 Pine Market Ave., Ste. 150, Montgomery, Sugar Sugar is a candy store where customers can purchase an array of gummies, chocolate or nostalgic items. There are also truffles, ice cream and old-fashioned sodas for sale. 832-877-6881. www.sugarsugar.store

5. American State Bank opened at 1700 N. Loop 336 W., Conroe, on May 31, according to the business. The full-service bank offers a variety of consumer and commercial products and services as well as commercial lending. 936-494-4860. www.asbtx.com