Archives for April 2012
By LeaAnne Klentzman So there was this residential burglary recently. The victims were only gone briefly and during that time, well, someone got in their home and liberated a whole mess of treasures…guns, jewelry, and electronics. Did I mention heirloom jewelry? Yeah, the kind that makes your blood run cold when you even think about losing it… the kind that no amount of … [Read more...] about This has a nice ring to it!
The Gala, which benefits Child Advocates of Fort Bend’s programs for children whose lives have been torn apart by abuse and neglect, will take place May 5 at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square. The gala provides several opportunities to make a difference in the life of a child, including attending the event ($125/person) or becoming a sponsor (sponsorships range from $1,500 to … [Read more...] about Candy Land Gala is May 5
By Betsy Dolan A handful of concerned residents made one last attempt to try and change the minds of Sugar Land's City Council in regard to a controversial plan to put 325 apartments on the old Imperial Sugar refinery property in Sugar Land's historic district. Despite the opposition, the council voted unanimously to approve the General Plan amendment and Planned Development … [Read more...] about Imperial Apartments get final okay by Sugar Land
By Betsy Dolan Back in December, Lisa Diehl of Richmond, was stumped. She had no idea what to get her husband and son for Christmas. They were a big baseball family, her sons having played Little League and high school ball while her daughter played softball in college. Remembering all of the good times spent outside at the ballpark, seeing neighbors and friends was all the … [Read more...] about Time for the Skeeters to “play ball” at Constellation Field