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Sugar Creek Women’s Association “Holiday Treasures” Market scheduled for Thursday

The Sugar Creek Women’s Association will host the Holiday Treasures Market tomorrow at the Sugar Creek Country Club, 420 Country Club Blvd. in Sugar Land.  (Submitted photo)

The Sugar Creek Country Club Women’s Association continues its longtime tradition of sponsoring their spectacular annual market, “Holiday Treasures”, on November 5 at the Sugar Creek Country Club, 420 Country Club Blvd., Sugar Land. The public is invited to shop from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a $5 admission fee. The proceeds from this […]

Mary Joyce announces candidacy for Sugar Land At Large Position 2

Mary Joyce

Longtime Sugar Land resident Mary Joyce has announced her intent to run as a candidate for the Sugar Land City Council, At Large, Position 2. Joyce is the first candidate to declare that she’s running for the position. She will look to succeed current At Large Position 2 council member Joe Zimmerman, who is facing […]

Sugar Land asks Citizens to participate in Public Art Plan Survey

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Sugar Land wants community members of any age to participate in the City’s first-ever Public Art Plan survey. The plan is envisioned as a comprehensive, multi-year initiative that will further define the City’s vision for public art and outline efforts to achieve the City’s vision during the next 10 years. The effort is identified in […]

Texas Instruments Re-Development could break ground before Christmas


Street Level Investments (SLI), the Dallas-based developer of the 192-acre $500 million Texas Instruments project, said it could break ground on its new mixed use development at Kirkwood & U.S. 59 before Christmas. SLI Principal Brian Murphy said there will be an announcement forthcoming soon. The site was originally scheduled to break ground earlier this […]

Maroulis to decide Missouri City’s next City Manager

District C Candidate

By Michael Sudhalter Six months ago, Anthony Maroulis was an Engineer with no political experience. On Monday night, the first-term Missouri City District C member will provide the deciding vote between whether interim city manager Bill Atkinson or former Austin Assistant City Manager Anthony Snipes. “Our staff deserves an answer this month – to […]

SKEETERS NOTEBOOK: Wallace, Young named to Atlantic League All-Star Team

Delwyn Young of the Sugar Land Skeeters was named to the Atlantic League All-Star Team after the season ended earlier this month.

The Atlantic League announced on Tuesday two members of the Sugar Land Skeeters were selected to the 2015 End-Of-Season All-Star Team. Catcher and Team MVP Chris Wallace as well as 2014 Skeeters MVP Delwyn Young were named to the All-Star squad at catcher and second base, respectively. Wallace, a Houston native who played for the […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK: Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Carlos Castillo


By S. Barot For The Star Fort Bend Sheriff’s Office Deputy Carlos Castillo is a man who has worn many hats. He is not only an army veteran, he is also a dedicated law enforcement officer and educator at the Gus George Law Enforcement Academy in Richmond. Castillo’s career with the Sheriff’s Office began as a […]

Three Missouri City teens earn Prestigious Eagle Scout Award

Missouri City teenagers, from left, Ethan Spendlove, Matheus Menezes and Tyler Echard earned Eagle Scout designation at a Court of Honor conducted at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sienna Plantation. (Submitted photo)

Three Missouri City teens, Ethan Spendlove (17), Matheus Menezes (18), and Tyler Echard (15) were recently awarded the Eagle Scout designation at a Court of Honor conducted at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sienna Plantation. Friends, family and troop leaders attended the celebration.  Spendlove, Menezes and Echard belong to Troop 395 […]

Integrated Pest Management finds success through promises kept

Integrated Pest Management business partners Bob McQueen, left, and Frank Comstive have been running the Richmond-based pest control company for more than 30 years.

Do what you promise. It seems like a simple enough concept. For long-time friends and business partners, Frank Comstive and Bob McQueen, it is a principle that launched and has sustained Richmond-based Integrated Pest Management, Inc. for over 30 years. When Comstive and McQueen first teamed up it was as a temporary sales team for […]

Sugar Land Skate Park gets a welcomed upgrade in memory of Arjun Gali

The Sugar Land Skate Park has added two new skate ramps in honor of the late Arjun Gali,  a New Territory resident who passed away unexpectedly last November. (Submitted photo)

Thanks to a generous donation from Rama and Sangeetha Gali, family and many friends, the Sugar Land Skate Park has two exciting new skate ramps: a “grind box” and “Jersey barrier”. This truly was a community effort to remember and honor Arjun Gail, who unexpectedly passed away in November of 2014. This $9,000 upgrade brings […]

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