The new year begins with baby eaglet in Hughes Landing

by Lorrie Parise

Feb 1, 2017 | Uncategorized


Just in time for the new year, there's a new baby eaglet in Hughes Landing. 

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Photo by Stephen Matovich

Puffy Pine Cone ready for birthday blast with friends and free cupcakes

by Lorrie Parise

Jan 26, 2017 | Events


Who wears a size 25 shoe and will be celebrating his birthday on Saturday, January 28? Puffy Pine Cone

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Puffy Pine Cone and friends at 2016 Arbor Day celebration

The history of The Woodlands’ 41st Arbor Day Celebration

by Lorrie Parise

Jan 20, 2017 | Events


It's time for tree planting and tradition - it's time for Arbor Day in The Woodlands on Saturday, January 28. 

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Arbor Day sponsors meet to discuss the annual tradition. From left to right are Gordy Bunch,  Chairman of the Board of Directors for The Woodlands Township; Lorrie Parise,  Marketing Manager,  The Woodlands Development Company; Kimberly Berriochoa,  Repsol North American Community Relations and Branding; Alex Sutton,  Co-President,  The Woodlands Development Company; Joel Dodd,  Branch Manager,  BrightView; Laura Rejon,  Director,  Gas Trading North America,  Repsol; and David Argueta,  President at CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Hospital,  Lakeside Hospital and Springwoods Village.

VP of MPC, Health Melton, reflects on playing football for West Point

by Lorrie Parise

Dec 9, 2016 | Employees


When Heath Melton sits down to watch the Army vs. Navy game this weekend, he'll be more invested than most fans.

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The Woodlands Highlanders Radio Network brings live action to fans

by Lorrie Parise

Dec 1, 2016 | Residents


Nick Wolda, who by day is the director of community relations at The Woodlands Township and president of The Woodlands CVB, wants to bring you The Woodlands Highlanders game live – even if you can’t be there in person. 

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Pictured from left to right are Nick Wolda,  Rob Eissler,  Andre Burnett,  Stan Freeman and John Butler of The Woodlands Highlanders Football Radio Network,  celebrating its 14th season

Hughes Landing on Lake Woodlands: A dynamic lifestyle intersection for all

by Lorrie Parise

Sep 27, 2016 | Commerical


If you haven’t visited Hughes Landing yet, it's time to stop by. 


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Winners announced for The Woodlands Wildflower Festival Art Contest

by Lorrie Parise

Sep 14, 2016 | Residents, Events


Meet the artists behind this year's masterpieces. 

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Children from our families begin their new school adventures

by Lorrie Parise

Aug 24, 2016 | Employees


It’s that time again -- yellow buses filled with students are winding down school roads. It’s also the time of year when parents grab hold of some tissues as they let go of their college-bound children. The employees at The Woodlands Development Company and their families are no different than others, as many are beginning new chapters in their educational journeys.


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Where to staycation in The Woodlands

by Lorrie Parise

Aug 19, 2016 | Amenities, Residents


As school approaches, it’s time for that last minute getaway. But why go far when everything you need is in The Woodlands, including three luxury hotels. Here’s where to stay and what to do.  


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Enjoy Jordan’s Sweet Shoppe and Macaron by Patisse, both in The Woodlands, in honor of Candy Month

by Lorrie Parise

Jun 29, 2016 | Retailers


Two local sweet shops dish on their favorite treats. 

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The Woodlands Development Company continues long-time sponsorship of the Star-Spangled Salute Concert

by Lorrie Parise

Jun 29, 2016 | Events


The first Star-Spangled Salute Concert was held in The Woodlands in 1990.

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Courtesy of The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

One of the original residents of The Woodlands, Bob Hibbetts, celebrates 45 years with The Woodlands Development Company

by Lorrie Parise

Jun 17, 2016 | Employees, Residents


Bob Hibbetts is not only The Woodland Development Company's longest-serving employee, but also one of the The Woodlands' first residents. 

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Bob (right) with his wife and their five grandchildren