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Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital honored with quality achievement award for stroke care

Pictured from the left at James Ling, MD; Toby Yaltho, MD; Scott Stover, RN; Tiffany Bell, RN; Pauletta Blackstock, RN; Diane McGraw, RN; Damon Smith, RN; Maria Socci, RN; Larry Tran, MD. (Submitted Photo)

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award with Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite. The award recognizes Houston Methodist Sugar Land’s commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of stroke care by ensuring that stroke patients receive treatment according to […]

Mesothelioma symposium coming to Houston

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On May 20, the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation, a nonprofit organization working to eradicate the life-ending effects of mesothelioma, will hold a conference for patients and their loved ones in Houston to ensure that those in need are provided with life-saving information. The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation recently announced that, instead of one large conference […]

Heroes on the half shell in Rosenberg

Chance Ayala takes a picture of his step-son Dylan Duer, 4, with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Saturday in downtown Rosenberg during the Main Street Program’s Spring Arts Festival. (Photo by Joe Southern)


Barfield’s walk-off single lifts Skeeters in 10th


By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Jeremy Barfield singled in the winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning to beat the Bridgeport Bluefish 2-1, and give the Sugar Land Skeeters their fifth win in a row. Ian Marshall started for the Skeeters and gave up just one run and three hits […]

Major gift brings Fort Bend Y closer to annual campaign goal

Pictured from the left are Charlie Myer, Y vice president of advancement; Pam Filip, Community Executive Director; Bo Huggins, Houston Distributing CEO; and Mike Flory, Y board member.

Thanks to a recent pledge of support by Bo and Amy Huggins, the Fort Bend YMCA is $50,000 closer to its annual support campaign goal for 2016. Bo Huggins, president/CEO of Houston Distributing Co., made the announcement late last month that his family and company would be making a combined gift of $50,000 to support […]

Skeeters falter against Bridgeport, York

Ian Marshall pitches against Bridgeport in the first inning of the May 10 game, which the Sugar Land Skeeters won 2-1 in the 10th inning. (Photo by Joe Southern)

The Sugar Land Skeeters are set to play seven games in six days at home this week, weather permitting, following a rough week where the baseball team went 2-4 in games against Bridgeport at home and York on the road. The home stand was to begin Tuesday afternoon against Long Island, followed by a doubleheader […]

Impact A Hero has big events this weekend


The 12th Annual Impact A Hero Weekend will be held May 21-23 and will include activities such as races, golf and a gala dinner. The Impact A Hero 5K Walk, Run and Wheel takes place Saturday, May 21, at 7:30 a.m., at Cinco Ranch High School. Impact A Hero anticipates more than 2,500 runners, including […]

The J.J. Watt Charity Classic

J.J. Watt stands with former first lady Barbara Bush after he escorted her to the field for the ceremonial first pitch. 
(Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern The J.J. Watt Charity Classic, which moved this year from Constellation Field to Minute Maid Park, raised approximately $1.6 million Saturday night for the Justin J. Watt Foundation, which has funded $2 million for after-school athletic programs in 21 states. Nearly 30,000 fans attended the annual softball game between the Houston […]

Skeeters to honor bat boy with bobblehead Sunday

Michael “Big Mike” Garcia dances with Swatson before the game Tuesday. The two have a ritual of doing a short dance before each home game.  Right photo: Michael “Big Mike” Garcia holds one of his bobbleheads that will be given to fans after the Sugar Land Skeeters game Sunday. (Photos by Jacob Vyner)

By Joe Southern The Sugar Land Skeeters are doing what is quite possibly a first in professional baseball. On May 22 they will give away a bobblehead of a bat boy. The fans voted and Michael “Big Mike” Garcia was selected for statuary immortality. He joins the ranks of Manager Gary Gaetti, Skeeters Special […]

A Dream League of their own


Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star It is difficult to tell who gets the most satisfaction from a Challenger Division “Dream League” Little League game. It could be Joe “Action Joe” Kendall, who steps into the batter’s box, holds his hand over the plate indicating where he wants the pitch, and then promptly blasts […]

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