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Located 40 miles from Houston in the southeast region of Texas Conroe is named after Southern Cavalry officer Isaac Conroe. During the oil boom Conroe had more millionaires per capita than any city in the United States. Lake Conroe is seven miles from the city but Candy Cane Park is located within the city itself. Rock Cartwright of the NFL as well as Kevin Slowey and Brandon Allen of the MLB were all residents of Conroe.

Population: 36811
Local Newspapers: The Conroe Courier
Local Sports Teams: The Houston Astros (MLB)
Local Colleges: Lone Star College-Montgomery

Zip Codes associated with conroe, texas: 77301 77302 77303 77304 77306 77384 77385
Towns/Cities near conroe, texas : Panorama Village Woodloch Egypt The Woodlands Grangerland Montgomery

Conroe News
Woman intruder fatally shot during attempted home break-in

Authorities say a woman in a north Houston suburb has shot and killed another woman who was trying to break into her home. Montgomery County Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Wayne Mack says 38-year-old Marci Green was pronounced dead at a Conroe hospital early Sunday after she was shot around midnight.

Flying Tigers spirit lives on

The General Chennault Flying Tiger Academy officially opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday at Lone Star College in Conroe, a small city north of Houston. Consul General of China Li Qiangmin , ex Flying Tiger pilots , General Chennault's granddaughter Nell Chennault Calloway and other dignitaries cut the ribbon for the opening ceremony of the General Chennault Flying Tiger [flight] Academy.

Parents upset with school's handling of racist message

The parents of an African-American high school freshman in Texas say they are livid with their daughter's school district for not doing enough to discipline a student who sent her a racist message saying, "we should have hung all u n*****s while we had the chance." The white male student - who also is a ninth-grader at The Woodlands High School in Conroe - sent the direct message, adding, "trust me it would make the world better."

Home Showcase: Open Houses for Sunday, Oct. 15, 20171 HRAre you in...

Are you in the market for a new dream home? The Houston real estate scene is on fire and we want to show you some of the hottest homes on the market right now. A familiar face to Houston TV, Lily Jang of Lily Jang Real Estate, has a tour of some dream spaces.

Graphic: Horses allegedly starved to death

Montgomery County authorities are investigating after the colt pictured here was allegedly starved to death, along with its mother, in Porter in September 2017.

Family fun: Plan your weekend here, parents

Allie Banks, 4, of Baytown, smiles as face paint artist, Mary Morris holds up a mirror for her to see her face at the 13th Annual Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, Sunday, Oct. 11, 2009, in Houston. less Allie Banks, 4, of Baytown, smiles as face paint artist, Mary Morris holds up a mirror for her to see her face at the 13th Annual Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, Sunday, Oct. 11, ... more Spring resident Stephanie Randall, center, watches her son, Ronnie Lamb, 4, try to pet a live catfish held by Joel Luce of the Texas Fishing Forum, right, during the Cajun Catfish Festival on Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014, in downtown Conroe.

Bald eagle euthanized due to severe injuries

A bald eagle found injured in The Woodlands on Monday was euthanized due to the extent of its injuries. Experts believe the eagle was at some point hit by a car.

Navigators expects eight-figure storm losses

A mobile home that was destroyed by hurricane Irma is seen on September 18, 2017 in Marathon, Florida. Stamford-based insurer Navigators estimates its losses from natural catastrophes in the third quarter of 2017 - including claims from Hurricanes Irma and Harvey and earthquakes in Mexico - will range from $50 million to $70 million pre-tax and $33 million to $45 million after tax.

Fugitives sought by Greater Houston police

Avery Drew Brides of Conroe is wanted by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office on a charge of burglary of habitation. Avery Drew Brides of Conroe is wanted by the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office on a charge of burglary of habitation.

Bridgeway Capital Management renews Greenway Plaza lease

Bridgeway Capital Management has renewed its lease in the renovated 20 Greenway Plaza building near Richmond Avenue and Cummins Street. Bridgeway Capital Management has renewed its lease in the renovated 20 Greenway Plaza building near Richmond Avenue and Cummins Street.

Chinese furniture company expands to Houston with industrial purchase

Conroe is the fastest-growing city in the nation, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. The Woodlands High School is shown here.

Live music this weekend

Wayne Toups, right, performed at a First Thursday Free Concert at Heritage Park in downtown Conroe.

Suit Claims Homes Near Lake Conroe Were Intentionally Flooded During Harvey

The lawsuit maintains that the flooding that swamped Kingwood High School, along with multiple homes and businesses on and near Lake Conroe , was intentional.

Homeowners claim decades of 'intentional flooding' in new suit against river authority

Nearly 60 Harris County homeowners are suing two state agencies for what they say has been more than two decades of mismanagement of the Lake Conroe Dam, flooding their houses multiple times, including from Hurricane Harvey. In a class-action lawsuit filed Monday, 58 families from Kingwood, Atascotia and Humble accuse the San Jacinto River Authority and the Texas Water Development Board of "intentional flooding" of their homes with releases from the dam dating as far back as 1994.

Fugitives sought by Houston area police in September

Crime Stoppers of Houston and the Multi-County Crime Stoppers released the names and mugshots of dozens of wanted persons sought by police. Crime Stoppers of Houston and the Multi-County Crime Stoppers released the names and mugshots of dozens of wanted persons sought by police.

Conroe Student Collects Homecoming Dresses For Kids Affected By Harvey

All it takes is one individual to change the world. And Ashley Reel from Conroe High School is changing the world of classmates and others who lost everything in the aftermath of Harvey.

Tyler hires Scott Taylor of Conroe as new managing director of public works and utilities

The city of Tyler has hired Scott Taylor as its new managing director of public works and utilities. Taylor is currently director of public works for the city of Conroe, and previously worked for the cities of Sherman and Wichita Falls, as well as the North Texas Municipal Water District in Wylie.

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