With its expansion completed, NEORig plans to hire additional employees in 2019
NEORig completed its expansion in July, located in Conroe Park North.
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By Jules Rogers |
By Jules Rogers
Conroe ISD officials: Individuals with a positive COVID-19 test will not be allowed to enter district schools
Superintendent Curtis Null said the district was granted the authority after state officials updated policies.
Montgomery County commissioners vote on proposed tax rate, set date for public hearing on FY 2021-22 budget
A public hearing is scheduled for Aug. 20 to adopt the final budget and tax rate for the 2021-22 fiscal year.
The beauty supply boutique Modern Chic Enhancements will be located on Hwy. 105.
In a typical year, a student's household must meet income eligibility requirements to qualify for free or reduced-priced meals.
Royce Janik, owner of Royce’s Home Improvement in Conroe, offers tips to homeowners on when to invest in a remodel and how to plan for one.
As part of our Real Estate Edition, Whitney Jeski, owner of SORT, a home organization company based in Montgomery, offers tips on maintaining an organized home and the value of doing so.
Customers will not have to pay the standard 8.25% sales tax on select clothing, footwear, school supplies and backpacks under $100.
Guests will receive free coffee and "Moon Milk" samples at the grand opening.
Main Chick Hot Chicken opens in Sugar Land; Urban Bird Hot Chicken coming to Cy-Fair and more Houston-area news
Read the latest business and community news for the Houston area, including two new chicken restaurants.
Ruben W. Hope, Jr. Elementary School, 14755 Granger Pines Way, Conroe, will open on August 11 for the first day of the 2021-22 school year.
Montgomery County commissioners debated the possibility of a 5% raise in salaries across the board as a priority for the 2021-22 fiscal year budget.
The downtown annual parade and festival, scheduled for Sept. 25, will be replaced by a Montrose block party and other events, organizers announced July 25.