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Sugar Land resident opens Farm-to-Table restaurant in Missouri City


By Michael Sudhalter Farm-to-Table restaurants are opening all over the country, and experts are predicting that the new emphasis on establishments that serve fresh, organic food will be more than just a trend. Yesterday, Off The Vine Bistro, located at 2865 Dulles Ave. in Missouri City — became the first Farm-To-Table restaurant in Fort […]

County puts $98.5 million facilities bond on November ballot


Staff Reports The Fort Bend County Commissioners Court unanimously decided to put a $98.5 facilities bond on the Nov. 3 ballot. The upcoming ballot will feature the facilities bond and some state referendums, so County leaders expect informed voters to head to the polls. The following November is a Presidential Election year and could prove […]

Roberts Wealth Management to ring Opening Bell at New York Stock Exchange

April Roberts, J.D.

April Roberts and Paul Roberts Jr.’s presence has been requested on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange at 9:30 a.m. (EST) on Thursday, Aug. 27 for the Opening Bell Ceremony. April and Paul represent Roberts Wealth Management (RWM) as a member of the Global Financial Private Capital ‘s (“Global Financial”) advisor network. April […]

COMMENTARY: City Manager candidate deserves a second look

Michael Sudhalter

Almost three years ago, I went on a few dates with a woman. She decided that she wasn’t ready for a relationship. However, I was able to convince her that we should continue dating. Today, we’re happily married with plans of starting a family someday. It’s proof that second impressions can be impactful.That’s why the Missouri City […]

One man arrested after shooting incident at area school


A 20-year-old Richmond-area man is facing multiple charges after shooting a handgun while on top of a Lamar Consolidated Independent School District elementary school campus. Christian Pieper, 20, faces charges of Criminal Mischief, Deadly Conduct, Places with Prohibited Weapons, Possession of a Stolen Firearm and Trespassing, said Lt. William Henry of the Rosenberg Police Department. […]

Civil Servant: Sartartia Middle School teacher Valerie Wolterman


An exciting partnership between Fort Bend ISD, JASON Learning, and Chevron has begun! The partnership supports science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) learning and began when former Quail Valley Middle School student, Pilar Ibarra, and Sartartia Middle School teacher, Valerie Wolterman, applied for the JASON National Argonaut Program last year and were accepted after completing […]

Texas Connections Academy makes online high school an option in Fort Bend

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By Keon Broadnax For The Star When families move from one city or country to another, it means that the children must change schools. That entails new teachers, new friends and new environment. The new school can make school difficult and no longer fun, but there is a solution to making school easier for the […]

Public service announcement encourages parents to look before you lock

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By S. Barot For The Star In May 2012, the lives of Sugar Land parents Leland and Deannie Jacobson changed forever. Their son, seven-month-old Luke, was forgotten in the car. On the scene was Sugar Land Police Sergeant Trever Nehls, now Fort Bend County Precinct 4 Constable. “I was first one on the scene of […]

County to decide today on $100 -120 million facilities bond

Bob Hebert (R)

By Michael Sudhalter The Fort Bend Commissioner’s Court will have a special meeting today to determine whether to put a facilities bond on the November ballot. The bond, which would be the first one in eight years, would likely be between $100-120 million. Legally, a decision must be made by Monday to get on […]

Construction phase for Williams Trace project approved by council

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By S. Barot For The Star Sugar Land City Council approved the execution of a contract with Houston-based civil engineering and surveying firm Costello, Inc. for the reconstruction of a stretch of Williams Trace Boulevard – between Highway 6 and Austin Parkway. Costello Inc. is owned by Houston city council member and mayoral candidate Stephen […]

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