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Promenade Subdivision called to action again

Reserve C is the plat being considered for rezoning from commercial to residential in Stafford.

By Karen Daniels    At the July 17th Stafford City Council meeting, the property at US 90-A  and Promenade Blvd. that had recently been at the center of a contentious debate, was back on the agenda to discuss the replatting of this land. The week prior, the P&Z Commission unanimously recommended the plans submitted to […]

Donald Joseph Leonetti

Donald Joseph Leonetti

Donald Joseph Leonetti, 45 of Missouri City, Texas left this world suddenly and far too soon on Thursday, July 17, 2014.  Born June 8, 1969 in Houston, TX to Rose Ann Leonetti, Donald was a beloved husband; father, brother, son, friend and uncle.  Donald and his sister Jo Ann grew up in the Houston and […]

Sugar Land Rotary installs new Officers for 2014-2015

New Sugar Land Rotary president Patrick Bullard presents award to outgoing president Ward Pendleton.

In June, Sugar Land Rotary installed a new slate of officers for 2014-2015 that includes: Patrick Bullard, President; Stacy Croft, President-Elect; Mitch Rahim, Vice-President, Rafael Manrique de Lara, Secretary; Justin Steinhard, Treasurer; and Ward Pendelton, Past-President. At the installation ceremony, awards were given to those who were Rotarians of the Month for 2013-2014, as well […]

Meadows Place PONY Bronco Division wins Regional Title


Solid pitching and a well-balanced offense were key to the victories over Conroe and Kingwood as the Meadows Place Bronco Division All-Stars (Mayhem) finished undefeated and took home the regional title in the PONY Baseball regional tournament played last weekend in Conroe. The Mayhem advance to the PONY Baseball Zone tournament to be played in […]

Fredericka Phillips elected Vice Chair of the Texas Democratic Party


Fredericka Phillips was elected Vice Chairman of the Texas Democratic Party at the party’s convention in Dallas last week. Phillips is a member of the Fort Bend County Democratic Party and president of the Southwest Suburban Texas Democratic Women in Sugar Land. She is a long time resident of Sugar Land. “Having Fredericka Phillips elected […]

10th Annual Impact a Hero holds Hall of Fame Gala “Diamonds & Denim

Impact A Hero Chairman of the Board, Jim Hoelker with Founder and President of the organization Dick Lynch. 

Jim Hoelker, Chairman of the Board of Impact Player Partners, and Honorary Gala Chairs, Vice Chairman and C.O.O. of the NFL Houston Texas, Cal and Hannah McNair, recently presented the 10th Annual Impact A Hero, Hall of Fame Gala dinner at Reliant Stadium. This Gala benefits our severely wounded heroes injured in the Post 9/11 […]

Arrest follows allegations of sexual assault

Ovidio Antonio Villalobos

By LeaAnne Klentzman Last Saturday, Rosenberg police were notified that a child had been sexually assaulted. According to Lieutenant William Henry, spokesman for the Rosenberg Police Department, “The suspect in this investigation was identified as a Hispanic male from Rosenberg named Ovidio Antonio Villalobos”. Henry explained that patrol Officers Taylor Surratt, Brandon Moseley, Aerial Ronell, […]

Sugar Land Girl Scout betters YMCA soccer fields to earn Gold Award

Sasha Asthana

Girl Scout Sasha Asthana planned, constructed and installed benches at her local YMCA’s soccer fields to earn Girl Scouts of the USA’s Gold Award. “As a child, I always played soccer so I thought it would be appropriate to place my benches at the YMCA soccer fields,” said Sasha, a 2014 graduate of Clements High […]

FBISD student selected for Lone Star Leadership Academy

Caroline Meador

Caroline Meador, daughter of Andy and Heather Meador and a student at Baines Middle School in FBISD has been selected to travel to the Austin/San Antonio area as a participant in Education in Action’s Lone Star Leadership Academy, July 13-18. 2014. Caroline’s selection for the Academy was based on her outstanding academic success, demonstrated leadership […]

Local FCST swimmer to represent USA in Open Water meet

Pictured are Chris Yeager and Peyton Quattlebaum.

Two First Colony Swim Team (FCST) Senior Elite swimmers recently competed in the USA Swimming Open Water National Championship meet in Castaic Lake, California. Christopher Yeager, age 15, placed 16th in the 10K and 3rd overall for 18 & under boys.  His time of 1:54:47 qualified him to represent Team USA at the 2014 Junior […]

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