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Avalanche Food Group Partners with Fort Bend Family YMCA to Give Away 200 Christmas Trees for Holiday Season

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The Avalanche Food Group is teaming up with the Fort Bend Family YMCA to give away 200 Christmas trees to local families on Friday, Dec. 4 from 6– 9 p.m. at the YMCA (4433 Cartwright Road, Missouri City). Each Christmas tree will include ornaments and decorations, as well as a free tree stand. “My brothers […]

The Johnson Development Corporation acquires Richmond property for new Fort Bend Community 


The Johnson Development Corp. has acquired a prized, 590-acre property in Richmond near the northwest corner of Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59 for a master-planned community of new homes that will embrace the legacy of one of Texas’ most historic towns. The Fort Bend community will offer up to 2,500 new homes where residents […]

Civil Servant of the Week: Elizabeth Williams named the new FBISD principal of Colony Bend Elementary School


The Fort Bend ISD Board of Trustees appointed Elizabeth Williams as the new principal of Colony Bend Elementary School during its Called Meeting on November 9, 2015. Williams is the current assistant principal at Colony Bend and will replace Principal Sue Sierra, who will become the principal of Austin Parkway Elementary in January. Williams began […]

Law enforcement, medical staff answer the calls while we celebrate holidays

Fort Bend Sheriff’s Deputy Sean Baudat and Houston Methodist Sugar Land Nurse Sade Kelly work on the holidays, while many local residents enjoy friends and family.  
(Photos by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Like most of their fellow Fort Bend County residents, Sean Baudat and Sade Kelly wish they could spend all of the holidays with their beloved families. But Baudat, a 41-year-old Fort Bend Sheriff’s Deputy and Field Training Officer, and Kelly, a 26-year-old Nurse at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, know that […]

Star will introduce voluntary contribution next week

Michael Sudhalter

Today, I’d like to use this space to tell you about something new at The Star. Over the past 16 months, we’ve introduced new traditions such as The Star of the Year and Civil Servant of the Week. We have a new tradition we’re ready to introduce. In next week’s edition of this newspaper, you’ll […]

State Rep. Rick Miller to run for third term

Rick Miller
State Representative

Saturday, State Representative Rick Miller (R-Sugar Land) officially filed as a candidate for re-election for a third term as the legislator representing the constituents of House District 26, which encompasses part of Fort Bend County. Representative Miller was first elected to represent House District 26 in 2012. “It is a privilege and a great honor […]

Nine FBISD students will travel to China for cultural exchange program


By Deborah Rowe For The Star Nine Fort Bend ISD students will be traveling to China as part of a cultural exchange program known as the FBISD Global Iniative. Their educational adventure is January 2-17. “The Fort Bend Global Initiative is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that was created in 2012 to enhance the quality […]

Missouri City hires Snipes as new City Manager


By Michael Sudhalter With two finalists for the City Manager position, the Missouri City city council had a clear choice – go with a known quantity, or hire a new candidate. It’s decision proved to be a compromise. The council voted unanimously to hire former Austin Assistant City Manager Anthony Snipes, but Interim City […]

HCC student from Stafford helped trap ‘Godzilla’ alligator

Stafford resident Christy Kroboth is a state-licensed alligator trapper who helped trap the “Godzilla” alligator in Sugar Land.
(Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter The 13-foot, 900-pound alligator that visited the Home Depot parking lot in Sugar Land earlier this month garnered international headlines. Lifelong Stafford resident and Houston Community College student Christy Kroboth was one of the individuals responsible for securing the aptly named “Godzilla” and relocating him to an alligator farm in El […]

How soon could Sugar Land see a female mayor?

Mary Joyce is running for the Sugar Land At-Large Position 2 council seat. If Joyce is elected, Sugar Land will have three female council members for the first time in the city’s history.

By S. Barot For The Star With half of the Sugar Land’s population being female, there is still a lack of gender parity in city politics. Nevertheless, Sugar Land has more women on Council, compared to Missouri City and Stafford. Both of those cities currently only have one sitting female council member. Since 1959, 16 […]

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