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City Chooses Sculpture for Easement in Front of Woodlands

City Chooses Sculpture for Easement in Front of Woodlands

City commissioners approved the design of an art piece to be installed along Commercial Boulevard in front of the Woodlands Country Club.…

Meet and Greet Held for Candidate Nan Rich

Meet and Greet Held for Candidate Nan Rich

A Meet and Greet event for candidate for Broward County Commission Nan Rich was held at the home of former Commissioner Ilene Lieberman, who once held the seat before she was term-limited in 2014. …

Dr. Nathalie Lynch-Walsh for School Board District Five

Dr. Nathalie Lynch-Walsh for School Board District Five

An accountant who has announced her candidacy for school board wants to make it her mission to hold the right people accountable and ensure the $800 million bond promises are kept, especially to long-neglected schools.…

Dog Barely Survives Attack of Africanized Honey Bees

Dog Barely Survives Attack of Africanized Honey Bees

A dog almost lost its life after being attacked by a swarm of Africanized honey bees on Friday evening.…

Coyote Trapper Unable to Fulfill Contract: Traps Removed

Coyote Trapper Unable to Fulfill Contract: Traps Removed

Due to the issues and complaints about coyotes, the Woodlands Master Association hired trapper Paul Zambrano with Bandit Wildlife in December 2015 after he told a board representative…

Neighbors Share Why They Love Living in the Woodlands

Neighbors Share Why They Love Living in the Woodlands

We asked our neighbors what they liked most about living in the Woodlands Country Club.…

A Journey Through the Creation of our Bikeway

A Journey Through the Creation of our Bikeway

By: Sharon Aron Baron The bikeway in the Woodlands didn’t just appear overnight, and at one time Woodlands Boulevard was a four lane road.  In fact, a true boulevard has two lanes on each side of the roadway so Woodlands Boulevard was appropriately named.  But our boulevard was a dangerous…