Pflugerville ISD Superintendent Charles Dupre announced at a Sept. 11 Pflugerville Chamber of Commerce luncheon that the district is likely to hold off on calling a May 2013 bond election to fund a new high school.
The City of Shenandoah City Council adopted its fiscal year 2012-13 budget last month, one that lowers the city’s property tax rate from 32.37 cents per $100 of property valuation to 31.73 cents, a 2 percent decrease.
By partnering with some of the largest companies in the Houston area, as well as the nation, the Education for Tomorrow Alliance has been helping local students become more career-driven and education-oriented for the past 23 years.
When Pilates instructor Kelly Milton moved to The Woodlands from Atlanta five years ago and her husband suggested she open a Pilates studio, she immediately recognized the opportunity the community presented.
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.