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Williamson County clears the air

The Environmental Protection Agency will finalize a new ground-level ozone standard by October that could impact road development and industrial growth projects in Williamson County if it is not met. more »

Apr 8, 2015 5:06 AM Georgetown 1 Comments

The Woodlands nearing end of development

Growth in The Woodlands is in its twilight. Forty years ago, George Mitchell envisioned a forested community where residents could live, work and play. more »

Apr 8, 2015 12:00 AM The Woodlands 2 Comments

Spring ISD addresses transcript irregularities

District helps affected students, makes administration changes more »

Apr 8, 2015 12:00 AM Spring | Klein

Local manufacturing industry sees effects of oil price decline

Despite steady growth in the Greater Houston area oil and gas industry over the past few years, several large-scale manufacturing companies with branches in Tomball and Magnolia have announced companywide layoffs. more »

Apr 1, 2015 8:16 AM Tomball | Magnolia

The construction of an overpass at the intersection of FM 1774 and FM 1488 in Magnolia is one of 77 mobility projects proposed for funding in the May 9 bond election.

Photo by Liza Winkler

Montgomery County to vote on $350 million road bond

Montgomery County voters will have an opportunity to head to the polls May 9 and weigh in on a $350 million mobility bond referendum representing 77 roadway projects. more »

Apr 1, 2015 8:12 AM , Tomball | Magnolia 1 Comments

Construction begins on Phase 2 of Brazos River Park

When the city of Sugar Land broke ground on Phase 2 of the Brazos River Park development, it not only marked the expansion of the city’s parks system but also garnered momentum for future commercial growth south of University Boulevard along Hwy. 59. more »

Apr 1, 2015 6:40 AM Sugar Land | Missouri City

Photo courtesy Bruce Quernemoen,

Officials: Hotel could spark new development

For seven years a concrete frame sat deserted at the corner of US 75 and SH 121 serving as an eyesore and a reminder to McKinney residents of a failed public-private development venture. more »

Apr 1, 2015 12:00 AM McKinney

Drivers on US 75 during their evening commute (above) inch their way through McKinney.

Photo by Lindsey Juarez

Relief in sight as end of road construction nears

Designed more than 50 years ago as a two-lane arterial to connect suburban Collin County communities, US 75 has since become overwhelmed by the more than 120,000 daily drivers who use the road for commuting to work and accessing local businesses. more »

Apr 1, 2015 12:00 AM McKinney

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