With The Woodlands Convention and Visitors Bureau making efforts to attract both local and international tourists to the community, interest in The Woodlands as a tourist destination is at all-time high.
There is an old painting above the fire place in the dining room at Aldo’s Cucina Italiana. The painting is likely called “Old Man With Grapes,” because it depicts an old man smelling a bunch of grapes, no doubt destined for a fantastic wine vintage.
At its Sept. 10 meeting, the Oak Ridge North City Council voted to pass a resolution opposing new transportation and traffic projects in the area, namely a flyover linking I-45 to Research Forest Drive.
The Magnolia Historical Society welcomes residents to its first 9/11 Memorial 6 p.m. Tuesday at The Historical Magnolia Depot, 426 Melton St. A former fire department chief who helped lead rescue efforts will be one of the two keynote speakers.
Mark Smith, administrator of the San Jacinto River Authority Groundwater Reduction Plan, has partnered with the township and its Going G.R.E.E.N. Sustainability Lecture Series to address issues associated with conservation and the water supply.