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Hall Lake residents want path relocated

Several Hall Lake subdivision residents protest the location of a bike path in front of their neighborhood. They said they want it moved next to Brooks Street where the drainage ditch is currently.  (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern Residents of the Hall Lake community along Brooks Street say they support construction of a bike path in front of their community, just not the location of it. Several of them gathered March 31 at the entrance to their community with picket signs protesting the path they say is dangerous, harmful […]

Brazos Bend Easter

(Photo by Joe Southern)

Visitors at Brazos Bend State Park stroll between a pair of alligators resting alongside the Spillway Trail Sunday afternoon. Easter Sunday is traditionally one of the busiest days at the park.

Spartan homecoming

Pictured from the left are Leslie Wasik, Oseas Romero, Deanna Bordelon, Angel Maldonado, Sergio Hinojosa, Abel Maldonado and Joshua Swann.
(Submitted photo)

Several alums return to teach in Stafford MSD By Stafford MSD Communicationscom There’s a popular saying that people vote with their feet. If it’s true, Stafford Municipal School District is getting a whole bunch of votes. Several Stafford MSD alums enjoyed their educational experience so much that they decided to return as faculty. SMSD has […]

Fort Bend Medic 13 partnered at Richmond Fire Station No. 3

Richmond Fire Station No. 3

The City of Richmond and Fort Bend County Emergency Medical Services have partnered to provide services more readily available to Richmond’s growing population in its extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ). On April 1, the Richmond Fire Department will partner with Fort Bend County Emergency Medical Services to house an ambulance at Richmond Fire Station No. 3 on […]

Civil Servant of the Week: Lindsay Miller connecting Fulshear police with community


By Joe Southern The Fulshear Police Department was recently honored at the Best Practices Recognition Program of the Texas Police Chief’s Association in Austin. That makes the Fulshear department one of only 126 in the state to hold that distinction. “This is a great achievement for our department,” said Sgt. Lindsay Miller, who shepherded the […]

Student publishes book about Wall Street

Andrew Brierty

By Donna Hill Fort Bend Star correspondent After Andrew Brierty started his blog about finance, he thought he could write a book about finance. He’d write about what most successful authors before him had always done. Write what you know they said. So he did. What they didn’t know was that Brierty is only 15 […]

Pet of the Week 03/30/16


Olive is a 3 year-old hound mix. She’s a sweet, affectionate dog that loves going for walks and gets along great with other dogs. She’s a big fan of squeaky toys and bacon treats.  You can meet Olive in person at 14700 Almeda Rd, and see hundreds of pets for adoption online at

Fort Settlement Middle School science bowl teams

(Submitted photo)

Fort Settlement Middle School science bowl teams participated in the Regional Science Bowl competition at Texas A&M on March 5. The team sponsored by Karen Staley (science teacher) placed first in the regional competition and is progressing to nationals in Washington D.C. Pictured from the left are team members Victor Zhou, Siddharth Muppalla, Nithin Parsan, […]



Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrators involved in a burglary case in New Territory. At about 6 a.m. Tuesday, March 8, Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to the Maryam Islamic Center, which is located in the […]

Easter Bunny

(Photo by Joe Southern)

Yau Yau Kuo takes pictures of her children, Jace and Millie Kuo, with the rabbit at the Big Bunny Party hosted Saturday, March 26, at First Colony Church of Christ. More than 3,500 people attended the annual event at the church.

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