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Tonya Williamson joins Fort Bend office

Tonya Williamson

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene is pleased to announce that Tonya Williamson has joined our Fort Bend office. Tonya graduated from Sam Houston State University with a BFA in Communications. She began her real estate career working part time as an assistant while in high school and college. Upon graduation, she worked […]

Sugar Land welcomes ABM, a Fortune 500 company

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The Sugar Land Development Corporation recently approved an agreement with ABM as the company relocates its corporate shared services operations to the City of Sugar Land. ABM, a Fortune 500 company and a leading provider of facility solutions, has been serving Texas since 1945 and currently has more than 10,000 employees maintaining over 4,500 buildings […]

Smart Financial Foundation bestows awards at fall luncheon


On Nov. 7, The Smart Financial Foundation recognized its 2016 Lifetime Achievement and Community Impact Award honorees at the foundation’s annual fall luncheon at the Junior League of Houston. The 2016 honorees included: Lifetime Achievement Award – Dr. Billy Reagan, former Superintendent for the Houston Independent School District, 1974 to 1986; Community Impact Award – […]

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. […]

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital opens new patient tower


Following 27 months of construction, 730 tons of reinforcing steel and 11,000 cubic yards of concrete, Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital opens the doors to its brand new 155,000 square-foot, six-story patient tower. The patient tower is the centerpiece of a $93 million expansion project on campus. “This is an exciting day not just for […]

Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital to open patient tower

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Greg Haralson, senior vice president and chief executive officer for Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital, stands at the doorway of an in-patient room in the new six-floor patient tower at the hospital.

By Joe Southern Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital is opening its new six-story patient tower next Wednesday. The tower is the centerpiece of a $93 million expansion to the campus. “The tower is complete and will open on Sept. 7 with our first patient,” said Greg Haralson, senior vice president and chief executive officer. […]

Sugar Land Animal Services looks to expand


Pet overpopulation a growing problem in city By Donna Hill For The Fort BendStar There could be a bigger future for Sugar Land Animal Services. With the shelter currently over capacity, and with the growth of Sugar Land bringing in new animals, it looks like the population of pets is growing along with the city. […]

Applied Optoelectronics expands in Sugar Land

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Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. officials celebrate the company’s recent listing on the NASDAQ stock exchange.

Applied Optoelectronics, Inc. (AOI) is a leading, vertically integrated provider of fiber-optic networking products and technologies, founded in 1997 by President, Chairman and CEO Dr. Chih-Hsiang (Thompson) Lin. AOI is currently trading on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker “AAOI”. AOI’s vertically integrated capabilities target three end markets, all driven by rapidly growing consumer […]

Jerry Seinfeld to open Smart Financial Centre

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Legendary comedian Jerry Seinfeld will headline Smart Financial Centre’s grand opening weekend, performing on Saturday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, July 15 at 10 a.m. on “We plan to offer our guests a wide range of performances, including concerts, family entertainment, theatrically-staged Broadway productions and of course […]

Fluor Foundation donates to LCISD STEM program

Fluor’s Tim Palmore presents a check for $20,800 to Janice Knight to underwrite STEM programs in Lamar CISD.

The Fluor Foundation has donated $20,800 to the Lamar Educational Awards Foundation to underwrite science, technology engineering and math (STEM) programs. “It’s encouraging to see the results of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program at Lamar CISD,” said Tim Palmore, Senior Project Manager for Fluor. “I was invited to meet with the students […]

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