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RE/MAX Southwest marks 30 years in Sugar Land

RE/MAX Southwest agents pose for a picture in honor of the agency’s 30th anniversary. (Submitted photo)

By Andrea Dillahunty Special to The Fort Bend Star Anyone who bought a home from one of the original five RE/MAX Southwest Owners and stayed put, their house would be paid for by now. RE/MAX Southwest is celebrating 30 years in business. Back then, Frank DeCicco had the foresight to buy RE/MAX franchises for Texas. […]

Citizen’s Police Academy changes attitudes of graduates

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The 2016 graduating class of the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Police Academy.

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Last in a series Before she walked into the first Citizen’s Academy class, the thought of being stopped on the road by the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office filled Margaret Materre with apprehension. She shared her concerns with Sheriff Troy Nehls the first day of class. […]

Animal shelter, hospital host mega pet adoption weekend


Swatson helps promote pet adoptions By Donna Hill For The Fort Bend Star Swatson, the mascot of the Sugar Land Skeeters baseball team, found time from his usual gig of running the bases to promote a local animal hospital and Petsmart Charities National Adoption Weekend. Lexington Boulevard Animal Hospital celebrated 30 years of service by […]

Trump wins, but Fort Bend County turns blue for Clinton


By Joe Southern Although Donald Trump won the election for President of the United States over Hillary Clinton, Fort Bend County, in the heart of a Republican stronghold state, turned blue on Election Day. Clinton took 134,475 (51.37 percent) votes in the county compared to Trump’s 117,212 (44.78 percent). Libertarian Gary Johnson garnered 6,898 […]

Best in the West returns to raise funds for Arc of Fort Bend

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Guests at Best in the West enjoy some dancing at last year’s event.

Before you carve the turkey this Thanksgiving, join The Arc of Fort Bend County’s “Best in the West” 38th annual fundraiser. The tradition of endless top auction action, socializing, and a good time is Saturday, Nov. 19 at the George Ranch arena. Over 600 auction items will be available to the highest bidder in either […]

Willowridge makes playoffs as FBISD rolls a 7

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Willowridge coach Richard Lazarou gets a victory ice bath after making the playoffs for the first time in seven years.

By Bill McCaughey For The Fort Bend Star For the first time since 2009, Willowridge High School is in the football playoffs. The Eagles join six other Fort Bend ISD schools as the district placed seven teams in the 2016 football playoffs, the maximum available to them in the current alignment. The teams were placed […]

2016 Election results


These are the election results for Fort Bend County. The results do not reflect totals for regional, statewide or national races, just how residents in Fort Bend County voted. President Hillary Clinton (D) 134,475 51.37% Donald Trump (R) 117,212 44.78% Gary Johnson (L) 6,898 2.64% Jill Stein (L) 1,782 0.68% House of Representatives, District 9 […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital physical therapy residency program achieves national milestone

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Pictured from the left are (back row) Mathew Vilangattuseril, Hand Residency Faculty; Kyle Belski, Residency Faculty; Toko Nguyen, Supervisor of Residency Programs; Michael Parkinson, Hand Residency Faculty; (middle row) Stephanie Kerwin, Residency Faculty; Regina Bautista, Residency Faculty; Peggy Boineau, Hand Residency Coordinator; Kristen Booher, Hand Residency Faculty; Marie Potter, Sports Residency Coordinator; (bottom row) Adeeb Khalfe, Residency Faculty; Christina Gomez, Ortho Residency Coordinator.

The board-certified physical and occupational therapists at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital do more than help patients improve mobility and return to active lifestyles. They are also training the next generation of specialized therapists in areas such as orthopedic physical therapy, sports physical therapy, athletic training and occupational therapy with a specialty in hand rehabilitation. […]

Stafford High senior powers Spartans into playoff football opener


By Stafford MSD Communications The ball is snapped and the opposing defense is stacking the box. The quarterback hands the ball off – and instead of three yards and a cloud of dust – it’s “23 yards and wow, did you just see No. 3 for the Stafford High Spartans elude four defenders?” Meet Stafford […]

HCC Foundation supports Katy Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 9182

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The Houston Community Foundation has received a $7,500 commitment from the Katy VFW Post 9182 to provide valuable support for veteran students as they pursue their higher education through the Houston Community College System. Pictured with HCC Chancellor Cesar Maldonado (center) are: Ed Bland, Senior Vice Commander of Katy VFW Post 9182; Kenneth R. Burton […]

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