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Spring is a great time to visit Brazos Bend State Park

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If you like nature or just want to get outside and enjoy this beautiful weather we’ve been having, let me suggest a visit to Brazos Bend State Park. Spring in the Houston area if finicky and fleet and should be enjoyed at every possible moment. I can’t think of a much better place in Fort […]

Property tax protest and appeal procedures announced

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Property tax protest and appeal procedures announced by the Fort Bend Central Appraisal District protest hearings are set for May 9. The law gives property owners the right to protest actions concerning their property tax appraisals. Taxpayers may follow the appeal procedures if they have a concern about: • The market or appraised value of […]

Sheriff urges check for vehicle recalls after airbag death

Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Deputy Danny Beckworth holds up the piece of shrapnel from a faulty airbag injector that killed George Ranch High School senior Huma Hanif in a minor traffic accident March 31. Looking on are Hanif’s brother, Faizan Hanif (center) and Sheriff Troy Nehls (right). (Photo by Joe Southern)

By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com The message borne of tragedy couldn’t have been any clearer: Check the recall messages on motor vehicles and get them fixed, especially if they are airbags. The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office held a press conference April 7 where Sheriff Troy Nehls, Deputy Danny Beckworth and Faizan Hanif, the brother of […]

Spartan baseball team a diamond in the rough

JOE SOUTHERN
EDITOR

Apparently I made Stafford High School baseball history on my first visit to the school March 29. At the invitation of Michael Sudhalter, my predecessor here at the Star, who is now the communication director for the school district, I got to be the honorary team captain for the Spartans as they took on the […]

32-year-old female reported missing

Deandrea Dimitria Uche

The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in finding a missing person. The subject, Deandrea Dimitria Uche, 32, was reported as missing from her last known residence in the 2500 block of Slippery Rock in the Sugar Land area. She is a black female, about 5-feet, 10-inches tall and weighs about 220 pounds. […]

Groups hold event to promote awareness of child abuse

No excuse for child abuse say more than 150 blue-clad Scouts and child advocates in recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month. Organizers will blanket Fort Bend County inblue to raise awareness. (Submitted photo)

By Theresa D. McClellan For the Fort Bend Star Blue. The color of bruises. A feeling of depression. Now a symbol of hope. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and organizers intend to blanket Fort Bend County with the color of blue as a reminder that, “child abuse exists in every community.” Last Friday night […]

City, county tear down old pedestrian bridge

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Ownership in question, no plan to rebuild By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com A decrepit pedestrian bridge in the Fonmeadow community was torn down Monday but will probably not be rebuilt, much to the dismay of local residents. “There are no plans to replace it. Nothing is in the works,” said resident Bruce Zaborowski. He is one […]

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 jsouthern@fortbendstar.com 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 […]

The four horsemen of the political apocalypse are upon us

JOE SOUTHERN
EDITOR

Yes, this is an opinion page. No, I don’t normally write about politics, which is what you normally find on an opinion page. This week is different. I am going to talk about politics. Presidential politics are especially nasty this year. They’re nasty every time we have a presidential election, but this year is off-the-charts […]

TSTC marks milestone in campus construction

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By Joe Southern jsouthern@fortbendstar.com Construction of the first building at Texas State Technical College’s new Rosenberg campus recently reached a milestone and was celebrated March 23 with a Topping Out Ceremony featuring many local dignitaries and school officials. The traditional topping out ceremony signifies placement of the last structural beam on a building. “We are […]

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