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STATE 7 0N 7 FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

Photo by Graith Photography

Travis High School’s Grant Griffin (2) catches the ball at the State 7on7 Football Tournament on July 8 at Veteran’s Park in College Station.

Constellation Field has the county’s largest restaurant

Diego Cuellar (left to right), Jessica Matthews, and Guadalupe de Avila at the Tex-Mex station.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star On the Fourth of July, Greg Hernandez and Tait Guthrie opened their restaurant doors and invited in their guests. By 6 p.m. many of the 8,606 guests were ready to eat. Hernandez, general manager of hospitality services, and Guthrie, executive chef, manage the food service for the […]

Skeeters start slow after all-star break

Photo by Joe Southern
Beamer Weems goes to bat for the Skeeters in a game earlier this season. He was named the Fort Bend Star’s Skeeter of the Week for having a .500 batting average, a double and an RBI during the short week after the all-star game.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star The Sugar Land Skeeters started slow after the all-star break, losing their first three games to the Bridgeport Bluefish. They begin a three game home stand on Friday against the York Revolution before going on a 10-game road trip. ALL-STAR GAME The Freedom Division beat the Liberty […]

Sugar Land stands together

Color Guard Scouts Troop 992.

Diverse city message: We are a community of respect, we stand united Overcast skies, light drizzling for a while, and in spite of the heat and humidity, Sugar Land residents have come together to proclaim their message of unity, support and respect. Of symbolic relevance, a couple of loud thunder claps from up above were […]

Applied Optoelectronics expands in Sugar Land

(Submitted photo) 
Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. officials celebrate the company’s recent listing on the NASDAQ stock exchange.

Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. (AOI) is a leading, vertically integrated provider of fiber-optic networking products and technologies, founded in 1997 by President, Chairman and CEO Dr. Chih-Hsiang (Thompson) Lin. AOI is currently trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker “AAOI”. AOI’s vertically integrated capabilities target three end markets, all driven by rapidly growing consumer […]

Sugar Land receives $500,000 donation for Cullinan Park development

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The Cullinan Park Conservancy’s recent contribution of $500,000 to the City of Sugar Land is a milestone in the future development of Cullinan Park – 754 acres of mostly inaccessible forest and wetlands north of Sugar Land Regional Airport. The donation was made possible, in part, by The George Foundation’s commitment of $1 million and […]

Fort Bend Education Foundation awards nearly $460,000 in grants to FBISD teachers and schools

Shown presenting a check to FBISD Deputy Superintendent Dr. Christie Whitbeck (right) is FBEF President Frank Petras (left), with FBEF Board of Directors in the background.

At its 2016 Grant Awards Program, the Fort Bend Education Foundation presented Fort Bend ISD with a check for nearly $460,000 to fund grants for teachers and schools, professional development grants, and new teacher grants. Since its inception, the Education Foundation has awarded $5 million in grants to teachers and schools. For the 2015-16 school […]

Sugar Land dentist provides $10,000 in free dentistry to veterans in need

Dr. Jacob Dent presents a check to a representative of Pinups for Patriots.

Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics provided more than $10,000 in donated dentistry to nine retired U.S. military veterans on May 28. Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics also raised $1,100 for Pinups for Patriots by offering 10 percent off dentistry to patients with a donation of $10. Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics teamed […]

Pet of the Week 07/20/16

Gregorio

Meet Gregorio!  He’s a Chihuahua/corgi mix.  He’s about 3 years old.  He’s outgoing, friendly, and loves to give kisses!  He’s available for adoption at the Houston Humane Society, 14700 Almeda Rd.  You can find out more info about Gregorio, and see hundreds of pets available for adoption at www.HoustonHumane.org.

FBISD students living with disabilities graduate from Project SEARCH

Project SEARCH graduates pose with (back, left) Don Langer, CEO, UnitedHealthcare Community Plan of Texas, Dr. Charles Dupre, Fort Bend ISD Superintendent, and Rep. Rick Miller (TX-26) (far right).

Seven Fort Bend Independent School District students and families, teachers, and UnitedHealthcare leaders recently participated in the second annual Project SEARCH graduation ceremony at UnitedHealthcare’s offices in Sugar Land. Project SEARCH is a school-to-work program designed to hire and train people living with disabilities. The program provides real-life work experience through internships at UnitedHealthcare, which […]

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