By LeaAnne Klentzman Monday morning Rosenberg police were called to investigate the theft of numerous wheels removed from cars parked on the Legacy Ford dealership lot in the 27000 block of US 59 in Rosenberg. According to police spokesman Lieutenant Colin Davidson, the theft occurred after a security check Saturday night and early Monday morning. Davidson said the … [Read more...] about Thieves hit Rosenberg dealership
Archives for August 2012
By LeaAnne Klentzman Now, husband bashing can be full time sport, however, when you find someone who has propelled it to an art form…well, ya just gotta pay homage! So there is this woman, she lives in a town just up the road a piece – she told police she was aiming at a skunk, but accidently hit her husband! Not to worry, he was released from the Houston hospital where … [Read more...] about Ladies – Here is a plan!
What’s next after Roger Clemens’ debut? By Elsa Maxey After mosquito spraying had taken place throughout Sugar Land, this past Saturday’s Skeeters game at Constellation Field against the Bridgeport Bluefish, with 7,724 fans went down as a historic moment. It showed what some said was “a lot of love” for 50-year old Roger Clemens, former famed Astros pitcher and a … [Read more...] about Historic day for Skeeters with # 21
The Literacy Council of Fort Bend held its 3rd annual Great Grown Uo Spelling Bee this past Friday. Winners of the Spelling Bee sponsored by Riverstone Development are the Spelling Stones - Trey Reichert, Heather Reichert and Manish Asthana. The Bee-lible Hours sponsored by Roberts Markel Weinberg, PC with Frank Carroll, Dustin Fessler and Justin Market was the runner up team … [Read more...] about Here’s the “Buzz” about the “Bee”!
By Elsa Maxey The Fort Bend area is not only tracking menacing tropical storm/hurricane Issac as it crosses the Gulf with a coning formation that may impact it peripherally, but it’s also keeping track of the potential impact the West Nile virus can have here. If you see a dead bird anywhere, that’s a red flag warning. Mosquitoes become infected when they bite birds with … [Read more...] about More West Nile cases expected