By LeaAnne Klentzman Even the Good Lord rested on Sunday! As the faithful gathered at a Richmond area church one recent Sunday, a crook was out loot’n the parking lot. Makes ya’ wonder…where is the lightening when you need it? Seems this car burglar smashed out the window of at least one car parked in the church lot in order to get to a purse and cell phone…and since the … [Read more...] about Even on a Sunday?
Archives for April 2014
Child Advocates of Fort Bend’s 2014 Gala Committee is busy finalizing details for the 2014 Cinderella Ball. The event, which benefits Child Advocates of Fort Bend’s programs for children whose lives have been torn apart by abuse and neglect, will take place on May 3, at the Sugar Land Marriott Town Square. Honorary Chairs for the event are Diana and John Null. Michele Fisher … [Read more...] about 2014 Cinderella Ball slated for May 3 at Sugar Land Marriott Town Square
Popular faces in town, (l-r) Two local attorneys, Amy Mitchell and Caroline Kelley, High Tech Texan Michael Garfield, Sharon Valiante in the public works industry, Medical Spa Diva, Dr. Shelena Lalji (Dr. Shel), and friend enjoy themselves at the Fort Bend Chamber’s 2014 Sugar Land Food and Wine Affair. Visit fortbendstar.com for event highlights. … [Read more...] about Sugar Land Food & Wine Affair draws a crowd
By Betsy Dolan Fort Bend ISD has launched plans alleviate severe overcrowding at two of its elementary schools located in high growth areas. Commonwealth Elementary, near Riverstone, and Oakland Elementary, in the northern part of the district, are currently over capacity with the situation getting worse every year, say district officials. Commonwealth is projected to … [Read more...] about Parents wary as Fort Bend ISD implements overcrowding plan
By Elsa Maxey A recently released report shows Fort Bend County leads the nation and all of Texas’ 254 counties in job growth, according to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). This is also consistent with its lead role in population growth. Fort Bend is part of the Houston metro area, and as such, population growth shows the largest increase in the nation at a rate … [Read more...] about Fort Bend’s lead continues as job and population growth standout