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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 […]

Texas Instruments Re-Development could break ground before Christmas


Street Level Investments (SLI), the Dallas-based developer of the 192-acre $500 million Texas Instruments project, said it could break ground on its new mixed use development at Kirkwood & U.S. 59 before Christmas. SLI Principal Brian Murphy said there will be an announcement forthcoming soon. The site was originally scheduled to break ground earlier this […]

Meadows Place council dismisses city secretary


The city of Meadows Place dismissed city secretary Janice “Jan” Moore last week after an unanimous 5-0 vote by the city council. Meadows Place Mayor Charles Jessup said he didn’t have a vote in the decision, but he would have made the same decision. “Jan is certainly qualified to do the work, but she didn’t […]

Fort Bend Commissioners stay neutral in Galveston case


rt The Fort Bend Commissioner’s Court remained neutral in a Galveston County Case that pitted Galveston County Commissioner’s against a judge from judicial branch in the county. However, Fort Bend’s Commissioner’s Court passed a resolution last week to support the separation of powers in light of the court case in Galveston, which started last year […]

Memorial Hermann Health System President & CEO Dan Wolterman announces intent to retire next year

Memorial Hermann
President & CEO

System board has begun search for new leader As part of a long-term succession plan implemented more than a year ago, Dan Wolterman, President & CEO of the Memorial Hermann Health System has announced his intention to retire in the second half of 2016.  The Memorial Hermann Health System Board and executive leadership have engaged […]

Judge drops State Bar complaints against Healey, Hanna

John Healey

Staff Reports On Oct. 9, the professional misconduct cases brought by the State Bar of Texas against Fort Bend County District Attorney John Healey and Chief Narcotics Prosecutor Mark Hanna were dismissed in their entirety by Judge Jonathan Bailey of Denton County, presiding by special appointment in the 268th Judicial District Court of Fort Bend […]

Shayla Eagleton – Bush High senior tri-captain


Bush High senior tri-captain Shayla Eagleton helped lead the Broncos to their first-ever playoff appearance last season. The Broncos will host Texas City at 6 p.m. Friday. (Photo by Michael Sudhalter)

Sugar Land Skate Park gets a welcomed upgrade in memory of Arjun Gali

The Sugar Land Skate Park has added two new skate ramps in honor of the late Arjun Gali,  a New Territory resident who passed away unexpectedly last November. (Submitted photo)

Thanks to a generous donation from Rama and Sangeetha Gali, family and many friends, the Sugar Land Skate Park has two exciting new skate ramps: a “grind box” and “Jersey barrier”. This truly was a community effort to remember and honor Arjun Gail, who unexpectedly passed away in November of 2014. This $9,000 upgrade brings […]

Missouri City Author sheds light on darkness of bullying

Lauretta Hill

By Deborah Rowe For The Star Author and Missouri City resident Lauretta Hill delves into the harrowing effects of bullying and conquering it with her newly published adolescent fiction book, “The Crying Rag: The Legacy I am.” Hill said the book she wrote is about an 11-year-old African-American girl in Kansas named Edie Ann Griffin, […]

Richard Ramirez named Stafford’s interim police chief

Richard Ramirez
Stafford Interim Police Chief

Staff Reports Richard Ramirez, who has served with the Stafford Police Department since 1994, was promoted to interim chief. Ramirez, a Stafford resident, succeeds Bonny Krahn, who served as SPD Chief since 1973. Ramirez plans on applying to become the permanent chief. Ramirez has served as a Patrolman, Gang Unit Investigator, Patrol Supervisor, Detective, Support […]

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