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Local scholarship available to HCC students


Each Spring Bhayani Home Team Scholarship through the HCC Foundation will award up to $50,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors from Fort Bend ISD public high schools. Each eligible graduate will be awarded up to $1,000 for each school year for tuition and fees at Houston Community College. Awards are renewable up to two years. […]

Olson opposes debt limit budget deal


U.S. Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX) voted last week against the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, a large, complex spending bill that increases spending by $80 billion over the next three years with most of the cuts not taking place until 2025. This bill includes provisions to lift the debt ceiling until March 2017 and adjust […]

County approves $15,000 to fight Truancy litigation

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The Fort Bend County Commissioner’s Court unanimously approved up to $15,000 to hire a Houston-based attorney in litigation related to the Fort Bend Truancy Court. The County plans to “retain attorney W. Troy McKinney to study an appropriate course of action to be taken on behalf of any County officials and employees named as potential […]

FBISD trustee pushes neighborhood road issue


By Michael Sudhalter Fort Bend ISD trustee Kristin Tassin has expressed frustration in an hour-long commute to Ridge Point High – where her children attend school. Tassin – who is advocating on behalf of many of her Sienna Point neighbors – would like to see a paved east-west road built connecting the Sienna Point […]

COMMENTARY: Should prep football coaches be held accountable for on-field performance?

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High school football plays just as important of a role in Texas culture as barbecue, bluebonnets and conservative politics. Coaches from other states dream about the possibility of becoming a head football coach at a 6A or 5A school in Texas, so they can focus solely on being a coach/campus athletic coordinator. They won’t have […]

Nominate The Star of the Year


The Fort Bend Star is contiuning a tradition we started last year– The Star of the Year. We’re going to write a story on DEC. 23 honoring a Fort Bend County resident who has shown extraordinary effort in making Fort Bend County the exceptional place that it is. This person could be a public employee, […]

Independent Living Community makes strides in building a resident-centric culture

Watercrest of Sugar Land has  resident-centric culture.  (Submitted photo_)

By S. Barot For The Star Taking a car ride down Brooks Street between U.S. 90-A and State Hwy. 6, is a reminder of the old-world charm of Sugar Land. Lined with beautiful post-war home architecture and an abundance of trees and greenery, Brooks is an area that tells a story of the city during […]

Opposition fuels change in Sugar Land Development Code

A political group known as Sugar Land Votes helped steer the city toward making adjustments in its policies regarding apartments and development. (Submitted Photo)

By Michael Sudhalter Politics in Sugar Land are changing before our eyes. Sugar Land Votes – a grassroots political group – accumulated 3,104 signatures on a petition to repeal Ordinance 2014 as an effort to curb Planned Development in the city. Before the group ever had the chance to submit the petition, council members […]

FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Fort Bend teams vie for playoff spots

Clements High junior quarterback Nick Infante and the Rangers will look to spoil Dulles’ playoff hopes at 7 p.m. Friday at Mercer Stadium. (Photo by Michael Subhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter The playoff picture in Fort Bend continues to become clearer, but the next two weeks will go a long way in finalizing it. Hightower (9-0, 7-0) clinched its second straight Class 6A-District 23 Championship with a hard-fought 10-7 victory at Alief Taylor (6-2, 5-1) last Friday. The Hurricanes – who have […]

Local Homes for Heroes Affiliates are hosting a Home Buyer Seminar

Homes for Heroes is working toward supporting military veterans in Fort Bend County. 
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If you know any military veterans in Fort Bend County you’d like us to write about in the Nov. 11 Veteran’s Day edition, e-mail Star editor Michael Sudhalter at Homes for Heroes is a program started after Sept. 11, 2001 to provide a way to give back to our heroes who give so much […]

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