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Joyce Mae Franek

Joyce Mae Franek

April 15, 1942  – September 30, 2015 Joyce Mae Franek, 73 of Richmond, passed away on Wednesday, September 30, 2015. She was born in Shiner, Texas to Evelyn (Hajek) and Willie Stock. Joyce, was a housewife and mother by trade, spent many hours cultivating her yard in Sugar Land, where she and her husband Edwin […]

COMMENTARY: Responding to Council Member Jajoo


As the Mayor of Sugar Land, I have rarely, if ever, felt it necessary to respond to an article written by a member of our City Council. When the prudent financial management of Sugar Land and the actions of City Council is called into question, I feel compelled to set the record the straight. I […]

COMMENTARY: Entry Level Jobs & Crime: A Dangerous & Growing Correlation

Will Smith

While growing up as a young man on Galveston Island, I couldn’t wait to become old enough, get an hourly job and begin the process to take on responsibility. Weeks before reaching my sixteenth birthday, my foray into the world of employment commenced as a bus boy at the Golden Griddle Restaurant on the Seawall. […]


Thursday’s game Alief Elsik at Hightower, 6 p.m. (Hall) Friday’s games Travis at Austin, 7 p.m. (Mercer) Bush at Ridge Point, 7 p.m. (Hall) Dulles at Alief Taylor, 7 p.m. Elkins at Galveston Ball, 7 p.m. Marshall at Texas City, 7 p.m. St. Pius X at Stafford, 7:30 p.m. Saturday’s games Alief Hastings at Kempner, […]

Citizens petition Sugar Land to change development code

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By S. Barot For The Star The City of Sugar Land issued a press release confirming their receipt of a petition to repeal Ordinance No. 2014 – which legally adopts the City’s current Development Code. Petitioners issued a statement to Council on Sept. 1 letting them know they intend to petition to rescind the ordinance. […]

Academy Sports + Outdoors Opens in Sienna Plantation

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Commercial development within Sienna Plantation continues to flourish, with the recent opening of Academy Sports + Outdoors. The 63,000-square-foot sporting goods store debuted Sept. 18 at 9210 Highway 6 with a flurry of grand opening events and giveaways, including an appearance by Houston Astros center fielder Colby Rasmus. Academy is the most recent retail opening […]

New university coming to Meadows Place/Stafford area area next year


By Michael Sudhalter North Fort Bend County is quickly becoming an area for higher education. Stafford – already the home to a large Houston Community College campus – will have a new institution of higher learning, nearby in Meadows Place. North American University (NAU) will relocate from its current campus in North Houston to 11929 […]

Stafford man arrested for threatening cops

Gustavo Garcia

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch received a call from an unknown subject threatening to kill “everybody in the police department” last week. Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Communications personnel immediately contacted Investigators to investigate the source of the phone call.  Investigators were able to locate and identify the suspect who made the call. An […]

Missouri City Ballet Company celebrates excellence in dance

A still of the Sugar Plum Fairy and the Prince from the 2014 production of the Nutcracker.  (Submitted Photo)

By S. Barot For The Star Since 2011, the Missouri City Ballet Company has worked to produce pre-professional ballet productions. Artistic Director Sharon Teague, a 14-year veteran of the Houston Ballet, trains young dancers to prepare them for entry to a professional dance company or a summer program. D’Ann Shaver – Gimenez, founded the Company, […]

FBISD board unanimously approves Truancy program – with stipulations


By Michael Sudhalter When Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) signed a bill to decriminalize School Truancy – effective Sept. 1 – it didn’t answer or solve all of the questions regarding the matter. On Monday night, the Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve “Saved By The Bell,” a collaborative Truancy prevention […]

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