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Constellation Field has the county’s largest restaurant

Diego Cuellar (left to right), Jessica Matthews, and Guadalupe de Avila at the Tex-Mex station.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star On the Fourth of July, Greg Hernandez and Tait Guthrie opened their restaurant doors and invited in their guests. By 6 p.m. many of the 8,606 guests were ready to eat. Hernandez, general manager of hospitality services, and Guthrie, executive chef, manage the food service for the […]

Skeeters start slow after all-star break

Photo by Joe Southern
Beamer Weems goes to bat for the Skeeters in a game earlier this season. He was named the Fort Bend Star’s Skeeter of the Week for having a .500 batting average, a double and an RBI during the short week after the all-star game.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star The Sugar Land Skeeters started slow after the all-star break, losing their first three games to the Bridgeport Bluefish. They begin a three game home stand on Friday against the York Revolution before going on a 10-game road trip. ALL-STAR GAME The Freedom Division beat the Liberty […]

Sugar Land receives $500,000 donation for Cullinan Park development

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The Cullinan Park Conservancy’s recent contribution of $500,000 to the City of Sugar Land is a milestone in the future development of Cullinan Park – 754 acres of mostly inaccessible forest and wetlands north of Sugar Land Regional Airport. The donation was made possible, in part, by The George Foundation’s commitment of $1 million and […]

Sugar Land dentist provides $10,000 in free dentistry to veterans in need

Dr. Jacob Dent presents a check to a representative of Pinups for Patriots.

Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics provided more than $10,000 in donated dentistry to nine retired U.S. military veterans on May 28. Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics also raised $1,100 for Pinups for Patriots by offering 10 percent off dentistry to patients with a donation of $10. Sugar Land Modern Dentistry and Orthodontics teamed […]

Sugar Land student wins Don’t Mess with Texas college scholarship

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The “Don’t mess with Texas” litter prevention campaign started 30 years ago, before today’s high school seniors were born, but Eugena Choice of Dulles High School in Sugar Land is being recognized by Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for her effort to share the program’s litter-prevention message with her community […]

Clements student honored by Exchange Club

Han Wen Zhang of Clements High School was honored as Exchange Club of Sugar Land’s Student of the Year. She was introduced by Sugar Land Council Member Amy Mitchell and ECSL President-Elect Carlos Perez.

Han Wen Zhang from Clements High School was honored as of the Student of the Year by The Exchange Club of Sugar Land. Han Wen is not only an AP National Scholar, but is fluent in English, Chinese and French. She has been issued a diploma of proficiency by The French Ministry of National Education […]

WCMC awards scholarships and charitable donations

The Woman’s Club of Missouri City awarded five Missouri City graduating seniors with $1,000 WCMC Legacy Scholarships during its May 3 meeting at First Methodist Church of Missouri City. Receiving the scholarships are, left to right, Saimol Edaparampil (Elkins); Jenny Chang (Elkins), who received The Jo Butterfield Scholarship, Travis Crissman (Elkins), Erin Breaux (Hightower) and Mohammad Abdel-Aziz (Elkins). WCMC has awarded $65,000 in scholarships to Missouri City graduates since 2003.

The Woman’s Club of Missouri City (WCMC) celebrated its 60th Anniversary on May 2 by receiving a proclamation from Missouri City Mayor Allen Owen and ended the year on a high note May 3 in the fellowship hall of The First Methodist Church of Missouri City. The time-honored organization awarded five scholarships to deserving Missouri […]

Sibling success: Brother and sister have adjoining restaurants

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By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com When it comes to competition in the restaurant business, there is no sibling rivalry here. In fact, there is no competition. They’re actually quite complimentary. Vasos Bar-B-Q has been a Sugar Land staple for nearly 30 years. For the past few months, the owner of Vasos has been anonymously helping his […]

Sugar Land approves targeted tax cuts for homeowners

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Sugar Land City Council took the first step to approve targeted tax cuts for homeowners on June 21 by voting to increase the homestead exemption from 8 to 10 percent, effective with 2016 values. The decision, based on a recommendation by Director of Finance Jennifer Brown, reduces the taxable value of homesteads by 2 percent, […]

Don Henley joins Smart Financial Centre’s opening weekend lineup

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Eagles founder and drummer, Don Henley will perform during opening weekend at the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land on Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. He will follow comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who will open the center the night before. Henley will perform songs spanning his entire career from the Eagles and his vast […]

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