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Five Skeeters to play in All-Star Game

Travis Scott, selected to his third-consecutive all-star game, slides safely into home during Friday’s game against the York Revolution. (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Bill McCaughey | For The Fort Bend Star – Jeremy Barfield, Travis Scott, Andrew Johnston, Derrick Loop and Robbie Weinhardt will represent the Sugar Land Skeeters in the Atlantic League All-Star Game at Lancaster, Penn. Barfield, an outfielder, and Scott, a catcher, were chosen by league officials, coaching staffs and media voting, while pitchers […]

Skeeters mascot Swatson hugs singer Mary Sarah

(Photo by Joe Southern)

Sugar Land Skeeters mascot Swatson hugs singer Mary Sarah during pre-game festivities for the Fourth of July. The singer and Voice finalist sang the National Anthem at the game.

Religious leaders of various faiths unite with Habitat for Humanity

0713 Interfaith Habitat

The Fort Bend Interfaith Council helped build a home for a young family at a St. Laurence Catholic Church-Fort Bend Habitat for Humanity house build on Saturday, May 7, in Rosenberg. The Fort Bend Interfaith Council strives to foster a spirit of friendship and respect between Fort Bend’s diverse faith communities through service projects, prayer […]

Skeeters start second half in first place

Skeeter of the Week Ricky Hague crosses home plate after hitting a home run against York. (Photo by Bill McCaughey)

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star The Sugar Land Skeeters began the second half of the Atlantic League season by winning their first two series. The Skeeters took two out of three from New Britain, and three out of four from the first half Freedom Division champion York Revolution, to put them in […]

Freezing people a hot trend for good health

Robert Garza operates the cyrotherapy machine for Rene Torrez of Fresno. It was Torrez’s first time to try the freezing therapy. (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Robert Garza and Robert Ezzell have the coolest job in town. They along with their partner Simon Maldonado own Lonestar Cryo. They quite literally get to spend the day chilling with their clients. “It’s a modern version of an ice bath,” Garza said. Cryotherapy is a relatively new therapy with multiple […]

Civil Servant of the Month: Former Marine lives for law enforcement


By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Martin Garret always knew he wanted to be a cop. Being too young to join the force when he graduated from Dulles High School in 1987, he did the next best thing. He joined the Marines. Today he is a deputy in the Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office. The […]

Sugar Land becomes entertainment destination

Smart Financial Center at Sugar Land located of U.S. Highway 59 and University Blvd., soon to be open to the public.

ACE SL, LLC and the City of Sugar Land have partnered to develop the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land, the region’s first state-of-the-art, indoor performance venue. The $84 million project will further position the city as a destination location for culture and entertainment. Located off of U.S. Highway 59 and University Boulevard, Smart Financial […]

Indictments dismissed against officials in Lamar CISD case

The Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office announced the dismissal of all the indictments returned against Richmond businessman James Gonzales, Lamar Consolidated ISD Trustee Anna Gonzales (no relation) and Richmond City Commissioner Jesse Torres which arose from an investigation triggered by complaints made to the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office by newly elected Lamar Consolidated […]

Flood recovery slow in hard-hit areas


By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star The Brazos River has receded, but the concerns of Fort Bend County homeowners in some of the worst hit areas of Rosenberg and Richmond affected by the Memorial Day Flood are growing. This after a community meeting June 20 informing residents that if they are in […]

Women’s Club of Missouri City 60th anniversary


In celebrating their 60th anniversary as Missouri City’s oldest social service organization, the Women’s Club of Missouri City honored members who have been active 30 or more years. Pictured here are Virginia Hodges, member 36 years; Charlotte Etgen, 31 years; Mary Burger, 40 years; Shirley Renfrow, 33 years and Jane Thompson, 37 years. (Not pictured is […]

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