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Category archives for: Sugar Land

Skeeters’ baseball camp teachers basics to youngsters

Skeeters pitcher Derrick Loop gives instructions to Nelson Klein.

By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star The 2026 Texas A&M men’s baseball team may have a first basewoman if Crystal O’Krinsky continues to follow her dream. Crystal was one of about 70 children, 69 boys and her, to attend the Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Camp last Thursday. Crystal, 9 years old, plays first […]

Troop 731: Celebrates 25th anniversary, honors new Eagle Scouts

Troop 731’s new Eagles are, from the left, Thomas Madden, Samir Rahi. Bradley Nus and Dominick Trusko.

On the evening of May 14, Boy Scout Troop 731, founded in Sugar Land in 1991, celebrated its 25th anniversary at a dinner and Court of Honor held in the T.E. Harman Center on Matlage Way in Sugar Land. In recognition of the 25th anniversary, Amy Mitchell, member of the Sugar Land City Council and […]

Sugar Land police sergeant recognized for keeping children safe online

Sugar Land police Sgt. Matt Levan.

The Texas Center for the Missing named Sugar Land police Sgt. Matt Levan “TCM Friend of the Month” for June. Levan’s selection recognizes his work to promote online safety as an Internet Safety NetSmartz trainer; and the arrests of numerous predators through his participation on the Houston-Metro Internet Safety Crimes Against Children Task Force. As […]

STAY COOL – HOSE DOWN

(Photo by Joe Southern)

Tuesday, June 21, was Super Splash Day at Constellation Field and most of the fans in attendance were children. Between innings, Skeeters staff hosed down fans in the stands.

Skeeters edge closer to playoffs

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By Bill McCaughey For the Fort Bend Star Patrick Palmeiro’s bases loaded double in the 12th inning Sunday allowed the Sugar Land Skeeters to salvage last week’s road trip and pick up a game on the York Revolution. The Skeeters ended last week with three wins and three losses and moved into second place, two […]

Storms Over Sugar Land

(Photo by Victor D. Casas)

This is a multiple overlaying photo composition about the thunderstorm over Sugar Land on May 27. The photos were taken from Imperial. The two chimneys in the middle of the picture belong to Nalco.

Celebrate America at Fourth Annual Star Spangled Spectacular

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The City of Sugar Land’s Fourth of July Celebration is scheduled for Monday, July 4, from 6-10 p.m., at Constellation Field, 1 Stadium Drive. Gates will open at 5:30 p.m. This year’s event will highlight America’s favorite sport – baseball! Before the event moves to its new home near Sugar Land Memorial Park, the Sugar […]

Check your tires this summer before travel

(Submitted photo)

U.S. Rep. Pete Olson, R-Texas, checks the air pressure of a patron’s tire at Discount Tire, 4507 Highway 6 in Sugar Land on June 1 to promote safer driving this summer travel season.

Sugar Land to seek public input for city’s ethics code

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City of Sugar Land’s Citizens Ethics Task Force has scheduled a meeting on July 7, at 6 p.m., at Sugar Land City Hall, 2700 Town Center Blvd. North, to receive public input on the city’s Ethics Code for elected and appointed officials. The city council adopted the code in 2005 and changes in state law […]

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 […]

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