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Opposition fuels change in Sugar Land Development Code

A political group known as Sugar Land Votes helped steer the city toward making adjustments in its policies regarding apartments and development. (Submitted Photo)

By Michael Sudhalter Politics in Sugar Land are changing before our eyes. Sugar Land Votes – a grassroots political group – accumulated 3,104 signatures on a petition to repeal Ordinance 2014 as an effort to curb Planned Development in the city. Before the group ever had the chance to submit the petition, council members […]

Miller plans to continue fighting apartments in Sugar Land


By Michael Sudhalter When Sugar Land Mayor James Thompson announced that Newland Communities decided to take apartments off the table in a mixed-use development proposal, Diana Miller wasn’t high-fiving anyone or jumping for joy. Instead, Miller – a Sugar Land realtor and the spokesperson for the Sugar Land Votes political group – believes removing […]

FOOTBALL NOTEBOOK: Fort Bend teams vie for playoff spots

Clements High junior quarterback Nick Infante and the Rangers will look to spoil Dulles’ playoff hopes at 7 p.m. Friday at Mercer Stadium. (Photo by Michael Subhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter The playoff picture in Fort Bend continues to become clearer, but the next two weeks will go a long way in finalizing it. Hightower (9-0, 7-0) clinched its second straight Class 6A-District 23 Championship with a hard-fought 10-7 victory at Alief Taylor (6-2, 5-1) last Friday. The Hurricanes – who have […]

Does Houston mayoral election affect Fort Bend?


By Michael Sudhalter Throughout the Greater Houston area, the political discussion has focused on two City of Houston issues – the city’s next mayor and the outcome of a highly-debated proposition. But the larger question for Fort Bend County residents is whether these two issues should matter to them when Houston voters go to […]

Local Homes for Heroes Affiliates are hosting a Home Buyer Seminar

Homes for Heroes is working toward supporting military veterans in Fort Bend County. 
(Submitted photo)

If you know any military veterans in Fort Bend County you’d like us to write about in the Nov. 11 Veteran’s Day edition, e-mail Star editor Michael Sudhalter at Homes for Heroes is a program started after Sept. 11, 2001 to provide a way to give back to our heroes who give so much […]

Mary Joyce announces candidacy for Sugar Land At Large Position 2

Mary Joyce

Longtime Sugar Land resident Mary Joyce has announced her intent to run as a candidate for the Sugar Land City Council, At Large, Position 2. Joyce is the first candidate to declare that she’s running for the position. She will look to succeed current At Large Position 2 council member Joe Zimmerman, who is facing […]

CIVIL SERVANT OF THE WEEK: Fort Bend Paramedic Will Chen


By Michael Sudhalter Sugar Land resident Will Chen finds his job as a Fort Bend County paramedic to be very rewarding. “The fact that I’m able to do something to make a difference in someone’s life is special,” Chen said. “When you have those serious calls and you’re on scene to help, it causes […]

Missouri City woman describes surviving breast cancer


By Deborah Rowe For The Star Five years ago, a Missouri City woman’s life changed forever because of breast cancer. Though put through trial and tribulation, she triumphed over adversity. Demetria “Dee” Trice, 52, was diagnosed with breast cancer at 47. It was a shock to her and her two sons, Larrion, 27, and Desmond, […]

Hope for Three looks to continue raising money for Autistic children

Hope For Three Executive Director Matt Jackson, left, pictured with his family, has been working tirelessly to help the Stafford-based non-profit raise money for Autism intervention services. The Jackson family lives in Missouri City. (Submitted Photo)

By Michael Sudhalter Hope For Three, a Stafford-based charity, wants to make life better and more productive for children who have been diagnosed with Autism. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a disorder of brain development that results in difficulties in social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication and repetitive behaviors. One in 68 children will […]

COMMENTARY: County Facilities Bond isn’t perfect, but it’s worth considering…

Michael Sudhalter

Raise your hand if you enjoy going for dental cleanings or routine automobile services. Few of us circle and highlight these events out of excitement, but they become a regular and necessary part of our lives. Facilities Management is very similar. Citizens often don’t complain about limited, outdated or inadequate facilities until it affects them. […]

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