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Serial bank robber wanted throughout the nation confesses


Charles L. Wood, 49, of Louisiana was recently found guilty of a bank robbery in Sugar Land last year. He entered Compass BBVA Bank, 14121 Southwest Freeway, on Sept. 14, 2015, at 4:45 p.m.; displayed what appeared to be a weapon; demanded money; and left with just over $5,000 in cash. Bank employees quickly provided […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital encourages residents to stay aware of the Zika virus


Physicians at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital encourage Fort Bend residents to remain mindful of the Zika virus throughout the fall months. “While there might be fewer headlines about Zika now, the virus is still very much a concern, especially for individuals who have traveled to the Caribbean or who have sexual partners who may […]

SMSD hosts interns from university in Taiwan

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Stafford MSD welcomed teaching interns from Soochow University in Taiwan, to campus on Tuesday.

The Stafford Municipal School District recently welcomed education professor Dr. James Lee and his students from Soochow University in Taiwan. “Stafford MSD is a very diverse school district where our student body speaks a total of 33 different languages,” Stafford MSD Superintendent Dr. Robert Bostic said. “We were glad that Dr. Lee and his students […]

Tree removal part of Community Center Renovation Project

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These Bradford pear trees were cut down as part of the Phase II Renovation Plan for the Missouri City Community Center.

Recently, the Missouri City Parks and Recreation Department removed trees from the courtyard area of the Community Center in the City Hall Complex, 1522 Texas Pkwy. The tree removal is consistent with the Phase II Renovation Plan for the facility. Phase II of the Community Center Renovation Project may include a new roof over the […]

Sen. Kolkhorst’s eminent domain protections become law

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The State of Texas recently launched a sweeping new statewide online eminent domain database to provide more protections for landowners. The new tool will allow citizens to quickly verify which governmental and non-governmental entities have the authority to exercise eminent domain. The database was created by Senate Bill 1812, which was authored by Sen. Lois […]

Get the scoop on the 85th with Senators Kolkhorst, Huffman

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Senator Lois Kolkhorst

The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Relations Division will host Legislative Update and Preview with Senators Lois Kolkhorst and Joan Huffman, on Wednesday, Nov. 2, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, 445 Commerce Green Blvd., Sugar Land. Kolkhorst is a fifth-generation Texan with ancestral roots to the […]

Cancer walk, festival set for Oct. 30

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Missouri City Fitness in conjunction with Missouri City Church of Christ will host its second annual Breast Cancer Awareness walk and fall festival on Oct. 30. The walk will start at Missouri City Church of Christ at 2019 Bright Meadows Drive, Missouri City. The gathering starts at 11 a.m., and the walk begins at noon. […]

Restaurant owners donate nearly $20,000 to Connorman

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The owners of Brandani’s Restaurant & Wine Bar present a check to the Olympia family following a fundraiser they did for the Defeat DIPG Foundation. Pictured from the left are Peter, Alexis and Ryan Olympia, Ron and Claire Brandani and Christen Johnson of Johnson Development.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Amid tears and smiles from the parents and handclaps from the baby brother of Connor Olympia, the owners of Brandani’s Restaurant presented the Olympia family with the windfall of their month-long fundraising and awareness effort ¬– a check for nearly $20,000. For the last five Tuesdays […]

Stafford’s Garner teaches students about cars after retiring from General Motors

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Stafford College & Career Center automotive teacher David “Red” Garner retired from the automotive industry in 2001 and joined the education field to help create opportunities for students.

By SMSD Communications David “Red” Garner could be retired right now, but the 78-year-old Stafford Municipal School District automotive instructor loves introducing students to opportunities in the automotive industry. “I’ve always thought about giving back and helping, because a lot of people helped me achieve my goals,” said Garner, the Stafford College & Career Center’s […]

‘Confused about Medicare Workshop’ at Sugar Creek Baptist Church


What started out as a way to help unravel the maze of Medicare has turned into a mission for native Houstonian Toni King. The “Medicare rules are changing all the time and I talk to people who have master’s degrees and don’t understand the rules,” King said. Self-taught from experience, on the job training and […]

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