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Local quartet to perform at George Memorial Library


Fort Bend County Libraries will feature a performance by “The 2nd Street Brass Quartet” on Sunday, July 27, beginning at 2:00 pm, in the Meeting Room at George Memorial Library, 1001 Golfview in Richmond. Enjoy a variety of musical pieces, from classical to swing and blues. The quartet features two trumpets, a French horn, and […]

Strike a Pose for the “Many Faces of Autism” 2015 calendar


Ready, Set, Cheese!  It’s that time of year!  Time to smile big and strike a pose for the Many Faces of Autism 2015 Calendar.  Interested participants are asked to register and submit their photo to  Photo quality should be 300 dpi or higher.  Professional photos are not accepted.  Deadline for submission is September 12, […]

Local tradition kicks of 4th of July Celebrations in Sugar Land


4th of July celebrations started early in Sugar Land with the 8th annual Star-Spangled Sing-Along hosted at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The free, public event was led by “Uncle Sam” and featured patriotic songs and tributes to branches of the military. As has become tradition, the event honored a true American Hero, Marine […]

Split second action saves woman

By LeaAnne Klentzman  The lives of a Richmond police officer and the woman he pulled from the railroad tracks have been forever changed in the mere seconds he had to pull her from the tracks. While Richmond Police officer Ramon Morales does not want fanfare or hoopla, his quick thinking and fast reaction made him […]

Challenges ahead for Richmond as growth intersects with tradition


By Betsy Dolan When the National Anthem singer at Richmond’s State of the City luncheon struggled to remember the words, the crowd joined in to help out. It was the sort of cooperative spirit that Richmond Mayor Evalyn Moore is hoping to see more of in the months ahead as Richmond prepares for growth and […]

Mayhem Bronco Division wins PONY District Championship


The Meadows Place Mayhem Bronco All-Stars won the PONY District title this weekend. A balanced offensive and solid defense keyed victories over Kingwood and Huntsville.

Sienna Plantation hosts hundreds of Cub Scouts at Day Camp


Over 230 Cub Scouts ages 7 to 11 participated in the three-day 2014 Thunder Wolf District Day Camp hosted by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sienna Plantation. The “Cubs in Space” themed day camp provided scouts a first step in the camping progression, creating […]

Youth Art classes have fun while learning


T. W. Davis YMCA is sponsoring  community youth  art this year.  Acrylic painting classes are being offered.  The initial  class was  held at the Barbara Jordon Youth Center on Park Rd. in Needville. The second class was held at Meyer Elementary School in Rosenberg. Children gathered together for fun & friendship.  During the class they […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital breaks ground on new orthopedics facility


Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital recently celebrated the official groundbreaking on a new 60,000-square-foot home for Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine. The state-of-the-art facility – on the corner of Highway 59 and Sweetwater Boulevard – will allow Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine to move from its current location on Highway 6 and Brooks […]

Gridiron Legends promote Good Health at Brazos Bend Elementary School


Former NFL players are making their way into area classrooms to promote healthy eating habits among students. J.J. Moses, former Houston Texans Kick Returner, and Don Trull, former Houston Oilers Quarterback, recently surprised students at Brazos Bend Elementary School with a visit as part of the Gridiron Legends Fit for Life Program. Presented by Kelsey-Seybold, […]

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