After several years of speculation about the fate of one of Sugar Land's most distinctive buildings, things may finally be coming into focus.
Memorial Hermann Sugar Land Hospital this week announced that is expanding its campus to meet the growing needs of the region, with Fort Bend County's population expected to reach 1 million by 2027.
Serenity Mental Health Centers announced Friday the opening of its new clinic in the Sugar Land area located in the Three Sugar Creek Center just off Highway 59 and Highway 90 Alternate. This will be Serenity’s third location in Texas, and its 14th clinic overall, according to the press release.
Crews aren’t set to complete the $4 million renovation at Missouri City’s Township Square until 2023, but already things are starting to look a little different.
The Fort Bend Habitat for Humanity has plans to construct a new subdivision for low-income families on 6.5 acres of land in Richmond, but must first raise about $600,000 to pay for infrastructure improvements at the site, according to officials with the organization.
A national developer has begun work on a new, 933-acre community near Rosenberg that could one day contain as many as 2,000 homes, according to a news release.
Housing in Fort Bend County has been hot. So hot in recent months that several Fort Bend County communities, including Sugar Land and Missouri City have taken steps to reduce residents’ tax burdens.
A Houston-based entrepreneurial program is expanding to Fort Bend County, with plans to tap into the area’s potential for startup companies, according to the company’s new owner.
How will mortgage rates behave in Texas in 2022? We took a look at what might happen and how you can prepare to handle this expense here.
Interest rates for homes across the country are spiking in the wake of news that the U.S. Federal Reserve plans to hike rates in a bid to tamp down on inflation, but experts say the trend should do little to dampen the real estate market in Fort Bend County.
A newish company that purports to help prospective homeowners afford the cost of a down payment is making inroads in Fort Bend County.
Consumers buying some categories of energy-efficient large appliances will have their sales taxes waived this weekend as Texas marks its annual Energy Star® Sales Tax Holiday.
A woman was home alone in a high-end Sugar Land home when the doorbell rang. She didn’t answer it, assuming the person would go away. She went back to the bedroom near a wall of glass facing their pool when suddenly she heard something crash against the glass a few feet away.
Sugar Land City Councilmember William Ferguson ignited a debate on social media last week when he shared a picture showing the appraised value of his home had increased almost $100,000 over the last 12 months.
Medical administrators along with county and city leaders gathered last month to celebrate breaking ground on a new, 33,000-square foot Kelsey-Seybold clinic in Stafford.
Growth in the western part of Fort Bend County continues at an astounding rate, with the developers behind a subdivision recently purchasing an additional 120 acres and selling land for a new $26.7 million school.
Representatives for the lingerie store have been feuding with the city over the definition of a sexually-oriented business.
An Australia-based yogurt shop that has evolved into a global phenomenon is expanding into Fort Bend County, Olive Garden is headed to Missouri City, and more in this week's Nibbles & Sips.
A Miami-based Mexican ice cream shop opened its first Texas location in Sugar Land by giving away free paletas, and a longtime Katy barbecue institution has plans to rebuild bigger and better than ever later this year.
A Thai restaurant chain is expanding to Sugar Land, and Torchy's Tacos adds its first Rosenberg location. Read more about the latest restaurant news in Fort Bend County in this week's Nibbles & Sips.
Crews should break ground on Austin Point sometime in the second quarter of this year, according to the developer of the project.
The bathtub has always been a quintessential bathroom fitting, and many people consider it necessary. There's something different about spending time in the bath compared to taking just a quick shower. When we immerse ourselves in warm water (with the soothing scent of aromatherapy oils to b…
A vegan restaurant with a “conscious food philosophy" is set to hold its soft opening Tuesday in Sugar Land, and more in this week's Nibbles & Sips.
A growing number of Missouri City residents have voiced opposition to a planned gas station near the Hunters Glen subdivision, arguing it would cause environmental problems and decrease home values, but city officials say there’s little they can do to stop the project from moving ahead.
Russo’s New York Pizzeria CEO and founder Anthony Russo is no stranger to Fort Bend County, with two locations in Sugar Land, one in the Sienna neighborhood of Missouri City and another in Richmond.
Ji Hui Jang, franchisee of Volcano Hot Pot & BBQ, said in a phone interview Monday the demand for hot pot in Fort Bend County has been bubbling over, and he plans to open the first Houston-area location of the Florida-based chain in late July or August at 3434 State Hwy. 6 S. in Sugar Land.
Learn more about the amenities at the forthcoming Brett's BBQ Shop location, plus a burrito joint headed to Meadows Place and a kolache maker opening a new location in Missouri City.
An Oregon-based coffee chain is expanding its reach across Fort Bend County, Shipley Do-Nuts has plans for another county location, and more in Nibbles & Sips.
A seafood restaurant chain based near Atlanta and a Chicago-based Filipino grocer have their sights set on Sugar Land, House of Pies is expanding to Katy, and more in Nibbles & Sips.
Best friends Melissa Harrington and Emily Castro of Fort Bend County are bringing their passion for seafood straight to homes across the country, with help from investor Lori Greiner of the TV show "Shark Tank."
A casual Chicago Italian restaurant and pizzeria chain is headed to Sugar Land next year, a new Cheesecake Factory is set to open next year in Katy, and more in this week's Nibbles & Sips.
A Houston-based daiquiri shop chain with seven Texas locations is now open in Missouri City, Thanksgiving meals are available for those in need in Richmond, and more in this week's Nibbles & Sips.