A friend of the 15-year-old girl who died in an auto-pedestrian crash Monday said she always would leave a smile on your face.
Officials identified the deceased as Savannah Pero, a Montgomery High School sophomore who originally was from New York state. Pero and her twin sister were running across Texas 105 West near April Sound in Conroe just past dark Monday when a Chevy Malibu struck Savannah, killing her. click here for complete story
Changes galore. That’s what Realignment Day brought to local schools as the University Interscholastic League released its official district configurations for football (2016-18) and basketball (2016-17) on Monday morning.
Perhaps the biggest shakeup came in Class 6A where the Conroe ISD schools — Conroe, The Woodlands, College Park and Oak Ridge — were aligned with Montgomery, Lufkin and Beaumont West Brook to form District 12-6A. click here for complete story
Police arrested a man Friday they believe has been manufacturing and selling synthetic drugs to students in Montgomery County.
Law enforcement agencies in the county started an investigation after the death of 16-year-old Montgomery High School student Grant Hobson early last month. Two other students from the school were hospitalized Feb. 20, while one from Willis High School was hospitalized Thursday after taking synthetic LSD.
Nine juveniles were arrested on various drug charges, ranging from possession of marijuana to possession of a controlled substance, but it was unclear until Friday whether authorities were on to the source of the synthetic psychedelic drug known as 25I-NBOMe, or by its street name “N-bomb.”
A memorial was held Saturday for a high school student who died early Friday morning in a motorcycle crash near Conroe.
The victim had just put the Yamaha up for sale on Thursday.
Trenton Fortune, 17, was riding to meet his girlfriend for breakfast at McDonald’s when he hit a Hyundai making a turn on Highway 105 near Freeport Street. click here for complete story
The Woodlands began its state championship defense with a 25-9, 25-21, 25-17 bi-district playoff victory over Montgomery on Monday evening at Marsha Porter Gymnasium at Conroe High School.
The Lady Highlanders (34-3), ranked No. 6 in this week’s Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 6A poll, have now won eight consecutive playoff matches dating back to last season.
“I thought we did a really nice job serving tough, and I thought our offense was clicking,” The Woodlands coach Leslie Madison said. “Defensively, I think we could have been better and need to be better. But other than that, I thought they did a good job.”
Courtney Quinn led The Woodlands with 12 kills, and Rachel Reed once again filled the stat sheet with 10 kills, six digs, four aces and two blocks. Hailey Reier led the team with 10 digs, and Kendall Cook set the tempo for the offense with 31 assists. click here for complete story