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Stafford, developer scrap outlet mall, but keep mixed use plan going

By Michael Sudhalter Stafford Mayor Leonard Scarcella breathed a sigh of relief recently when he discovered that the city wouldn’t have to provide Dallas-based Street Level Investments (SLI) between $20-25 million in incentives. SLI is expected to move forward on a 192-acre mixed-development project at the former Texas Instruments property, at U.S. Hwy. 59/Interstate […]

Two arrested within 24 Hours for leaving children unattended in a vehicle

Richmond Police made two arrests within a 24 hour period for individuals who left children inside a vehicle unattended in the heat.  Both incidents occurred at the Wal Mart parking lot located at 5330 Fm 1640 in Richmond. The first incident occurred at 1:00 PM Thursday afternoon, 07/23/2015.  Officer responded to a welfare concern and […]

Houston Astros acquire former Skeeter, Scott Kazmir

The Houston Astros acquired former Sugar Land Skeeters pitcher Scott Kazmir, in exchange for a pair of minor leaguers, from American League West Division rival, Oakland, on Thursday. Kazmir, a Houston native and a first-round MLB Draft pick out of Cypress Falls in 2002, was drafted by the New York Mets. But he started his Major League […]

COMMENTARY: Old Crow Medicine Show keeps traditional music alive


By Michael Sudhalter It’s rare for an opening act to receive a crowd reaction that’s usually reserved for a headliner, but the Old Crow Medicine Show isn’t your average opening band. Despite receiving little-to-no mainstream airplay, Old Crow Medicine Show has built up a strong following of fans. They’ve been around since 1998, but […]

University of Houston receives $54 million in construction bonds to expand Sugar Land campus


State leaders have paved the way for new construction at UH Sugar Land (UHSL), a campus of the University of Houston. UHSL received a $54 million allocation in HB100, which the governor recently signed, to construct a new 150,000-sq.-ft. classroom building. “If UH is going to continue to meet the higher education needs of the […]

Missouri City to choose between Castro and Olivares, as Ross withdraws from City Manager search


Missouri City has narrowed its City Manager search to three candidates – current West University Place city manager Michael Ross, current Jersey Village city manager Mike Castro and former Weslaco city manager Leonardo Olivares, but Ross  – the most experienced of the candidates – withdrew his name and decided to stay in West University Place […]

Upchurch convicted of third degree theft


The impending jury trial of a defendant accused of third degree theft was all it took to convince that defendant to plead guilty in the 268th District Court, Judge Brady Elliott presiding. Defendant Kenneth Upchurch entered the plea and was sentenced to three years in the Institutional Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, […]

Sugar Land Skeeters sign Stauffer, Dykstra


The Sugar Land Skeeters and manager Gary Gaetti announced the signing of pitcher Tim Stauffer and first baseman Allan Dykstra prior to the contest with York on Tuesday. Stauffer, 33, spent 10 seasons at the Major League level. He spent the first nine years of his big league career with the Padres before joining the […]

New shopping center, loft hotel coming to Sugar Land in 2017

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When the City of Sugar Land built Constellation Field, there wasn’t much in the area besides a largely unused former Imperial Sugar Tower. But Johnson Development built the area up with homes and apartments, and now, there are more plans to build the community near the intersection U.S. 90-A and Hwy. 6. Imperial Market recently […]

Missouri City HCC Campus set to debut in early 2017


Missouri City is expected to build a $21.5 million Houston Community College (HCC) campus on Texas Parkway by January 2017. The design phase on the 70,000 square foot campus is expected to be completed by October, and Construction by December 2016. The move-in phase will begin in January 2017. The construction manager is Turner Construction Company. […]

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