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How soon could Sugar Land see a female mayor?

Mary Joyce is running for the Sugar Land At-Large Position 2 council seat. If Joyce is elected, Sugar Land will have three female council members for the first time in the city’s history.

By S. Barot For The Star With half of the Sugar Land’s population being female, there is still a lack of gender parity in city politics. Nevertheless, Sugar Land has more women on Council, compared to Missouri City and Stafford. Both of those cities currently only have one sitting female council member. Since 1959, 16 […]

The Exchange Club of Fort Bend, Second Mile Mission and Toys for Tots

The Exchange Club of Sugar Land will participate in the Toys For Tots program this year. (Submitted photo)

The Exchange Club of Sugar Land, Sugar Land Rotary, The Exchange Club of Fort Bend, Second Mile Mission and Toys for Tots, have partnered in a joint community service project to provide thousands of toys for Fort Bend County children this Christmas. Parents in need are sent invitations to visit Santa’s Exchange and “shop” for […]

Fort Bend ISD Board expects improvements at schools that didn’t meet state standards


Staff Reports Sixty-seven of Fort Bend ISD’s 70 campuses met the standards of the State Accountability Ratings for a total of 96 percent. But FBISD board president Grayle James, speaking on behalf of the board of trustees, said the board won’t be satisfied until those statistics are 70-of-70 and 100 percent. The three campuses that […]

COMMENTARY: Missouri City extends a second chance to city executive

Michael Sudhalter

Please join The Star in extending a warm welcome to new Missouri City City Manager Anthony Snipes. For months, many Missouri City residents have been asking for fresh ideas and a new approach to challenges that the city faces such as updating outdated infrastructure, spurring economic development and ensuring the Quail Valley City Centre is […]

Stafford freshman steps up for undefeated Spartans


By Michael Sudhalter As the playoffs progress and the opponents become more challenging, Kirvin Bonilla knows the moment may arrive. The one where he’s called upon to make a game-winning field goal for the undefeated Stafford High football team. “At first, I was really nervous, but ever since I started making them, I started […]

OakBend Medical Center – A Center for Change

CEO —OakBend Medical Center

CEO Joe Freudenberger talks future community plans at Center By Donna Hill For The Star In health care, life and death situations call for location, location, location. Joe Freudenberger, CEO of OakBend Medical Center, knows this is the future of medical care. As the CEO for over seven years, many consider him to be a […]

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital earns top grade for patient safety


Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital once again earned an “A” for patient safety in the Fall 2015 Hospital Safety Score ratings program. The Hospital Safety Score uses performance measures from a broad range of government and industry organizations – including the American Hospital Association, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the Centers for […]

Missouri City will hire Snipes as its next City Manager; Atkinson to resume role as Assistant

Anthony Snipes

With two finalists for the City Manager position, the Missouri City city council had a clear choice – go with a known quantity, or hire a candidate unfamiliar with the city. It’s decision proved to be a compromise. The council voted unanimously on Wednesday night to hire former Austin Assistant City Manager Anthony Snipes, but […]

Sugar Land remains a competitive market for Economic and Housing Development


By S. Barot For The Star The Sugar Land Planning & Zoning Commission will reconsider retracting some of the amendments made to the City’s Development Code. Earlier this month, the Sugar Land City Council unanimously approved restricting multi-family units at planned developments to 200 per mile. This action was taken in response to strong community […]

HCC Missouri City Project stays on track as Facilities Bonds easily pass


By Michael Sudhalter Houston Community College’s new Missouri City campus is set to stay on track for 2017, thanks to the passage of Fort Bend Facilities Proposition 4. Fort Bend voters approved all four Propositions, including Prop 4 by a 60-to-40 margin on Nov. 3. Included in Prop 4 was a $8 million request […]

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