ShareTweetShareSection three neighbor Noel Reis was frantic when their 10-year old Maltese, Bushy, got out of the house last night. They looked all over the Woodlands but with no success. Bushy didn’t have his collar on and Noel believed he didn’t have a microchip. Today, she received a call from her old veterinarian letting her […]
One family in the Woodlands has been undergoing an amazing family journey due to their son being diagnosed with autism at an early age. Donald and Marty Kelley, who spend summers in Maine and winters in Florida along with their children Philip 12, Kenneth 9, and Caroline-Grace 4, have undergone such inconceivable challenges with their autistic son Kenneth, that few families could survive intact.
ShareTweetShare Michael Mayo, opinion columnist for the Sun-Sentinel spoke to the members of the ORT America Woodlands North Chapter April 14th at the Woodlands Country Club. Originally from Brooklyn, Mayo has been a writer for the Sun-Sentinel since 1989. He spoke to the members about his origins in the newspaper business and the slow decline […]
ShareTweetShareIt’s so hard to resist those small plastic bags. Store clerks mindlessly fill them with one or two items, and they can’t help but double or triple bag them as they have become so flimsy. Take a look at people walking out of the grocery store, you will see nothing but a shopping cart full […]
In the fall of 2010, I submitted some photos of some of our homes here in the Woodlands along with a letter to the editors of Atomic Ranch Magazine.
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron Have you ever been to Texas? If so, you’ve probably seen those “Drive Friendly” signs along the highways. I grew up thinking this was the state motto as it was so deeply ingrained in our psyche. Our state desperately needs these types of reminders on our roads. Maybe everyone should […]
ShareTweetShareBy: Sharon Aron Baron Tamarac residents Robert and Sondra thought retirement would be the greatest time of their lives. Sondra had retired from working at American Express after 23 years and Robert retired from the building business where he spent the past 20 traveling all over Florida, Central and South America. Retirement started out nicely, […]
Share17TweetShare17 SharesBy: Sharon Aron Baron The Woodlands ‘Architectural” committee has turned into a committee less about architecture and more about code infractions. This is almost impossible to do with such a small committee of volunteers, many who work full-time. Most communities in Broward County have the right idea: Hire the management company to police your […]
Here is a fascinating shot of the Woodlands back in 1969. Already you can see homes have been built in Section’s One, Two and parts of Five.
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron On January 8, 2011 I posted a video showing a stretch of Commercial Boulevard across the street from the Woodlands that I see twice, sometimes more each day. After more than a year, I still haven’t grown immune to this neglected part of our City. I found out that this […]