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  • Houston Chronicle
    In The Woodlands, having the bikes spread around the Woodlands Mall and other commercial areas, could entice residents and visitors alike, said Ann Snyder, a Woodlands Township board member. Snyder noted the community, a planned development created by the late George Mitchell, has 120 miles of trails for people to explore via bike.
  • Houston Chronicle
    A natural science museum and performing arts complex have emerged as top options as local leaders study how to enhance the cultural arts community in The Woodlands.
  • Houston Chronicle
    The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, the Harris County Constable's Office, Precinct 4, and The Woodlands Fire Department all take part in the program. There are also thousands of residents signed up to help out, with Leck saying there are more than 25,000 watch members and over 1,200 watch coordinators in The Woodlands registered to take part in the campaign.
  • Houston Chronicle
    The Waterway Cruiser boats began running again in a limited fashion on Dec. 8, bringing back the popular boats that ferry tourists and residents up and down The Woodlands Waterway and around Lake Woodlands.
  • Houston Chronicle
    "We're excited for many reasons. The bikes are intended for residents, visitors or daytime workers," Wolda said. "For people like our business executives, they can pick up a bike and ride to a local restaurant for lunch and back. There are multiple uses."
  • The Courier of Montgomery County
    Timelines and cost estimates for various mobility projects around the Woodlands.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    Wherever the company goes, it is creating 50,000 new jobs. The largest employers in Houston have an average of about 10,000 to 12,000 employees.
  • Houston Chronicle
    According to Mike Bass, executive director of the The Woodlands Arts Council, the organization's mission is "to provide regional cultural and educational enrichment opportunities to encourage, support and promote the performing and visual arts."
  • Houston Chronicle
    The job market in The Woodlands and Montgomery County continues to heat up, fueled by the ongoing expansion of some of its largest employers, and just as the busy holiday hiring season arrives.
  • Houston Chronicle
    Now in what's called Phase II, the trolley system is expanding into a new phase that would include increasing the route to 4.8 miles, extending service to Hughes Landing and adding five new stops. With the township in the process of hiring additional drivers, LaRue said on Thursday the expanded route is expected to be in service around the end of this year, or the beginning of next year.

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