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Sub Zero flash-freezes ice cream with liquid nitrogen: Store now open in Sugar Land

Serving customers at Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt are, from the left, Ebby Beatrice, Citalli Nunez, Saif Maknojia, Farisha Kamdar and Aimee Parker. (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Ice cream doesn’t get any fresher – or colder – than this. Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt opened Friday, June 17, in Sugar Land, bringing to the city a dessert experience like no other. The customer selects the ingredients, which are mixed together and then flash-frozen with a blast of […]

Atlantic League considering Texas expansion


By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star The Sugar Land Skeeters may lower their travel expenses in 2018, as the Atlantic League would like to add three more teams in Texas. “We would like to have a Southwest Division in place by 2018. All of the Southwest Division teams would be located within a […]

Ramirez promoted to Stafford police chief

Stafford Police Chief Richard Ramirez is pinned by his wife Teresa during a recent ceremony to mark his promotion to the position. (Submitted photo)

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com It was a commitment to community that attracted Richard Ramirez to police work and that same dedication 23 years later carried him to the top spot on the Stafford Police Department. Ramirez, 48, was appointed police chief in April, formally replacing Bonny Krahn who led the department for 45 years and […]

Sugar Land reopens parks after historic Brazos River flooding

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Sugar Land Memorial Park and Pawm Springs Dog Park reopened recently after temporary closures caused by historic river flooding. More than 18 inches of rainfall north of Sugar Land last month caused the Brazos River to crest at 54.8 feet, an historic level not seen since 1922. This caused significant flooding at both Sugar Land […]

Public invited to appeal or comment on flood maps for Fort Bend, Wharton counties

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New preliminary flood maps in Fort Bend and Wharton counties are now ready for residents and business owners to review. The maps were produced by a team of local, state and FEMA floodplain officials. Residents and business owners are encouraged to view the maps to see if their property is at risk of flooding. This […]

Mark Your Calendar: TSTC Registration Rally June 21


Texas State Technical College in Fort Bend will be hosting a Registration Rally in Rosenberg, on Tuesday, June 21 – all part of an effort to make the registration process as easy as possible for incoming students. Recruiting and Admissions staff will be on standby to walk students through the registration process which can be […]

Sigourney Weaver heads ‘Aliens’ cast reunion at Comicpalooza


Comicpalooza, Texas’ largest comic and pop culture event, is celebrating the 30th anniversary of James Cameron’s blockbuster hit movie “Aliens” by welcoming three-time Academy Award nominee Sigourney Weaver and fellow castmates Bill Paxton, Paul Reiser, Carrie Henn, Michael Biehn, Jenette Goldstein, Lance Henriksen, and Mark Rolston to the Comicpalooza 2016 guest lineup in the first […]


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Over the weekend, the graduation party for Clements High School graduate Rafe Chaumette hosted by his mom, Jackie Baly, policy analyst for Fox 26, brought out more celebrants to the event, including the one for newly elected Sugar Land Mayor, Joe Zimmerman.  The turnout also had Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman and her husband, […]

Skeeters slow Revolution by taking 2 of 3 games

Aaron Thompson throws a pitch in the first inning Friday as the Sugar Land Skeeters took on the York Revolution. The Skeeters won 5-4 on Turn Back The Clock Night. (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Over the weekend, the Sugar Land Skeeters took two out of three games from the division leading York Revolution leaving them three games behind the Revolution. This week the Skeeters head east to play a three game series with the Lancaster Barnstormers and three games with the […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital celebrates expansion with physician office staff

Michelle Benton, Allison Gustave, Katherine Thomas Barlow and Amber Alley with Southwest OB/GYN enjoy a luncheon at Houston Methodist Sugar Land.

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital celebrated the hospital’s ongoing expansion by hosting a special luncheon for the often “unsung heroes” of medicine – office managers, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, medical assistants and other professionals who provide the first level of patient care and keep physician offices running smoothly. More than 175 people attended the event, […]

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