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Meadowcreek man wants to see Missouri City take action on vacant home


By Michael Sudhalter A longtime resident of the Meadowcreek subdivision in Missouri City would like to see the city government take stronger action against a home that has been vacant for seven years. But the city government and the management group that represent the Meadowcreek Homeowners Association say their hands are tied. According to […]

Fort Bend Commissioners stay neutral in Galveston case


rt The Fort Bend Commissioner’s Court remained neutral in a Galveston County Case that pitted Galveston County Commissioner’s against a judge from judicial branch in the county. However, Fort Bend’s Commissioner’s Court passed a resolution last week to support the separation of powers in light of the court case in Galveston, which started last year […]

COMMENTARY: It’s time to honor – not mock – Native Americans

Michael Sudhalter

Last week, the Fort Bend Commissioner’s Court decided to stay neutral regarding a matter in Galveston County (see page 1 for the story), but I can’t stay neutral on another issue affecting our neighbors to the southeast. Fort Bend ISD has more than 70 campuses, but none of them have a Native American mascot. But […]

Inaugural Fort Bend Star Senior Expo was a success


By Michael Sudhalter For five hours last week, the Stafford Centre was the place to be in Fort Bend County as the inaugural Fort Bend Star Senior Expo took center stage at the popular venue. The event, which was geared entirely toward senior citizens, more than 800 seniors and 57 vendors – far more […]

Judge drops State Bar complaints against Healey, Hanna

John Healey

Staff Reports On Oct. 9, the professional misconduct cases brought by the State Bar of Texas against Fort Bend County District Attorney John Healey and Chief Narcotics Prosecutor Mark Hanna were dismissed in their entirety by Judge Jonathan Bailey of Denton County, presiding by special appointment in the 268th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend […]

U.S. Army Sergeant surprises daughters at Baines MS

U.S. Army Sgt.  David Blalock surprised his daughters , Baines Middle School students Caitlyn and Camryn Blalock, who thought he was still deployed in Afghanistan. (Submitted photo)

Story Courtesy of FBISD What some thought would be a typical Friday morning at Baines Middle School in Missouri City turned into a morning of elation as U.S. Army Sergeant David Blalock surprised his daughters, Caitlyn and Camryn, with his return home from Afghanistan. The girls, in grades 6 and 7, had no idea their […]

Metzer, Dulles enjoy record-setting win over Kempner

Dulles High junior quarterback Luke Metzer threw a FBISD-record eight touchdown passes in a 69-34 win over Kempner. 
(File photo)

By Michael Sudhalter Dulles High junior quarterback Luke Metzer set a Fort Bend ISD record with eight touchdown passes in the Vikings’ 69-34 victory over Kempner last Friday. Metzer passed for 510 yards and no interceptions as the Vikings (3-3, 2-2) scored 69 points – believed to be the most points scored by DHS […]

DEVELOPMENT NOTEBOOK: Sugar Land Council approves Schlumberger Headquarters


By S. Barot For The Star The Sugar Land City Council unanimously approved an economic development performance agreement and tax abatement agreement that will move oilfield services giant Schlumberger’s (NYSE: SLB) North American headquarters to Sugar Land. Both Sugar Land and Fort Bend County will pay for the widening of Industrial Boulevard, which will be […]

Sugar Land hires national law firm to collect Red Light fines

The City of Sugar Land has hired an Austin-based law firm to collect Red Light fines.

By S. Barot For The Star The City of Sugar Land has contracted services to nationwide law firm Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP to collect unpaid red light camera fines. They are a national law firm that specializes in the collection of delinquent funds owed to government. Helwig F. Van Der Grinten, founder of the […]

Three girls join Fort Settlement Football Team

Fort Settlement eighth graders Macy Hicks, Mia Duvenhage and Grace Elias joined the school’s football team this season.
(Submitted Photo)

By Deborah Rowe For The Star It isn’t every day that you hear of three eighth grade girls joining their school’s football team. Sugar Land residents Macy Hicks, 13, Mia Duvenhage, 13, and Grace Elias, 13, attend Fort Settlement Middle School in Sugar Land. At the start of the school year, the girls heard that […]

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