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Emily Moreland

Moreland Properties owner and broker Emily Moreland, originally from Houston, settled in West Austin with her now-deceased husband in 1985 and opened Moreland Properties in 1986.

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Champions Westlake

Champions Westlake owner Gretchen Huddleston knew she wanted to be a cheer and gymnastics coach early on but took a roundabout way to get there.

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Hans Graf

The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion has served as the summer home for the Houston Symphony Orchestra for the past 20 years.

Updated 6:27 pm April 27, 2015 CST

Shenandoah cuts taxes

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.

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Education for Tomorrow Alliance

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.

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Woodforest Bank Stadium

Conroe ISD’s Woodforest Bank Stadium is a distinctive amenity the likes of which few school districts in the state can offer to sports fans.

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Breathe Pilates Studio

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.

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Research Forest

The development along Research Forest Drive, like elsewhere in The Woodlands, has been successful, with restaurants, housing, retail and office development growing at a steady pace.

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PRO Pest Control

One of the keys to success for any small business is establishing personal relationships with its client base.

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Aldo’s Cucina Italiana

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.