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Mary Joyce announces candidacy for Sugar Land At Large Position 2

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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…

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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 Citizens often don’t complain about limited, outdated or inadequate facilities until it affects them. […]

Head Start programs coming to Fort Bend soon

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By Michael Sudhalter Some of the most important years in a child’s development are between birth and age 5, but not all families have the resources to send their child to pre-school. Houston-based Neighborhood Centers Inc. has brought one “Head Start” program to Fort Bend county and plans on adding six more over the […]

Stafford students learn about law enforcement

Stafford High freshmen Alexia Kizzee, left, and Leslie Casique, center, learn about operating law enforcement radios from Stafford Police Community Liasion Office H. Shanklin as part of the new “Police Explorer” program.  (Photo by Michael Subhalter)

By Michael Sudhalter Alexzander Joseph has always wanted to work as a police officer in his hometown of Stafford. Now, the Stafford High freshman is getting an up-close look at his future profession thanks to the Stafford Police Explorers Post 0915 – a new collaboration between Stafford MSD and the Stafford Police Department. “This […]

COMMENTARY: Fort Bend Chamber supports Proposition 7

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We are fortunate to reside in Fort Bend County, one of the fastest growing counties in the nation. Mobility is one of the keys to maintaining our quality of life. The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce is enlisting the active support of the citizens of Fort Bend County to vote “Yes” to Proposition 7. The […]

Holy Cross Pumpkin Patch to provide entertainment and proceeds help veterans


By Deborah Rowe For The Star A Richmond church is hosting its ninth annual pumpkin patch along with a special fundraising effort to benefit veterans and their families. Holy Cross Episcopal Church, at 5653 West River Park Dr., started hosting a pumpkin patch nine years ago. The first one was small but has grown over […]

Suspended: Sugar Land Says No to 900 Apartments

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By S. Barot For The Star The City of Sugar Land notified developer Newland Communities that it is suspending the developer’s application for the mixed-use planned development near University Boulevard and U.S. Highway 59. As presented, the application does not meet the requirements of the City’s new development code. The mixed-use development application could potentially […]

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