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Explosion rocks Stafford this morning

Photo by Joe Southern
The back half of the Jimerson Underground, Inc., facility was blown apart around 4 a.m. Thursday morning by an explosion of unknown origin. No one was injured in the blast. The Stafford Fire Department quickly extinguished the blaze. The cause of the explosion is under investigation.

By Joe Southern An early morning explosion ripped apart the back half of an underground utilities company in Stafford, causing plenty of damage but no injuries. Investigators with the Stafford Fire Department are sifting through the ruins of the secluded building on Brand Lane near Highway 90 this morning to try and determine a cause […]

Sugar Land’s 14th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting is Thursday

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Mr. and Mrs. Claus are bringing their holiday magic to Sugar Land Town Square for the 14th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Thursday, Dec. 1, from 5-8 p.m. The steps of City Hall will light up with holiday cheer and entertainment as community groups fill the stage with a variety of performances. Entertainment will include […]

All-American Reid is a stalwart for the Stafford Spartans

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By Stafford MSD Communications Stafford High senior offensive/defensive lineman Eric Reid knows what it means to play a complete game of football. Reid, who has played varsity football since his freshman year, is a two-way starter for the Spartans – a rarity in Class 4A football. “Eric is going to be a good college football […]

Stars are coming out at Smart Financial Centre

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If you build it, they will come – “they” being A-list celebrities and entertainers. The Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land is still more than a month away from its grand opening and already the schedule for the first few months of 2017 is quickly filling. The Sugar Land arts and entertainment venue has been […]

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital receives 2016 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award

Each morning Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital managers and directors participate in a safety huddle to address any operations concerns or anticipated issues.

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital has been named a recipient of the 2016 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the nation’s highest Presidential honor for performance excellence. U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker made the announcement recently recognizing Memorial Hermann Sugar Land for its outstanding commitment to sustainable excellence through innovation, improvement and visionary leadership. “This recognition […]

Shootin’ the Bull

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Houston Texans wide receiver Will Fuller makes a spectacular 33-yard catch past San Diego Chargers cornerback Craig Mager to bring the Texans to the 1-yard line Sunday during the Texans 21-13 loss. Quarterback Brock Osweiler scored on a keeper on the next play. Up next, the Texans (6-5) travel to Green Bay (4-6) to take […]

Civil War weekend

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U.S. Navy reenactors engage in a Civil War battle reenactment Nov. 19 during the annual Civil War Weekend at Liendo Plantation. Each year on the weekend before Thanksgiving, Liendo Plantation hosts one of the largest Civil War reenactments in Texas. This year thousands of people came out to watch hundreds of reenactors in period dress […]

Deck the Halls with the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra on Dec. 4

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The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra’s most popular concert of the year is Deck the Halls, a family-friendly opener to the joyous holiday season. Patrons are encouraged to plan early to obtain the best seats. The afternoon is a Christmas stocking full of holiday music, shopping opportunities and special surprises for the little ones. It will […]

Arbor Day in Sugar Land

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Arbor Day in Texas is the first Friday in November, but on Nov. 15 the Alexander Hodge Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Sugar Land Garden Club, and a Boy Scout working toward his Eagle award, joined together to have five red bud trees planted at the Sugar Land Memorial Park. Two […]

Mom says adoption worth the effort

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By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Married to her best friend and watching her two young children play together in their Halloween costumes, Kasey Gillespie Eaglin smiled with the realization, “my family is complete.” It was a long time coming. Which is why the Missouri City mother is speaking out during National […]

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