The city of Sugar Land said Oct. 4 that longtime city secretary Glenda Gundermann died following a prolonged illness. Gundermann – who retired in 2019 – served with the city of Sugar Land for 35 years, according to a news release from the city.
Whether you’re looking for leisurely sightseeing or fishing or an intense full-body workout, paddling has something to offer to people at all levels.
After announcing they were going to become the Houston Astros' Triple-A affiliate, officials with the Sugar land Skeeters said before the season that while many things would change and they hoped to bring their fan interactions to new levels, they wanted to remain an affordable source of fam…
For more than a decade, a group of Fort Bend County and West Houston residents have gathered together to watch movies, play cards, have holiday parties, and more.
Last summer, Clements High School senior Sudharshini Prasanna was sitting with her younger sister brainstorming ideas for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge video competition when her stomach growled.
The Cullinan Park Conservancy, led by board president Robbin Mallett, hosted a series of guided bird watching events for people of all ages in celebration of Houston Bird Week, a program led by the Houston Audubon Society.
A Fort Bend County resident was one of four veterans recently presented with the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal for their role as Chinese-American service members during World War II.
Just weeks before the Fort Bend County Fair is set to return, officials with the organization announced several changes and cancellations as cases of the delta variant of coronavirus spike around the state.
If you ask someone to think about trailblazers in Houston, they are likely to tilt their head to the skies, a recognition of the area’s legacy in the field of space flight and aeronautical engineering.
One local first responder in particular will always remember the terrorist attacks on the United States after being on the ground in New York in the aftermath of the collapse of the World Trade Center 20 years ago. Cpt. Greg Hopper of the Sugar Land Fire Department was part of a select FEMA search-and-rescue team tasked with helping sift through the rubble after two hijacked planes crashed into the Twin Towers and caused them to fall.
As Louisianans braced for Hurricane Ida over the weekend and media reports spoke about preparations in New Orleans, Joel Barrios began to wonder about his hometown of Lafourche Parish.
We paid a visit to the Imperial Farmers Market in Sugar Land, which will be celebrating its 10th anniversary in the coming months.
If you’re looking for something to do on a night out that’s a little bit different than your typical evening out on the town at a bar or restaurant, CraftWorx owner Alexis Geissler may have a solution for you that unleashes your creative side.
A Fort Bend County man has been sentenced to 55 years in prison for sexually assaulting a child back in 2018, according to the District Attorney’s Office.
Agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday seized more than 700 million pills and shuttered operations at a Sugar Land pharmaceutical distribution company as part of an opioid investigation, according to the administration.
In 2017, Faas founded Inspired Fitness, where she and other women bond over motherhood and their shared desire to live healthy and active lifestyles and be there for each other as friends.
The Cullinan Park Conservancy is accepting submissions for its fifth annual photo contest, the organization said in an Aug. 2 news release.Photographers of all ages may submit up to five total photos across five different categories – birds, wildlife, flora (trees, flowers, plants), landscap…
About two months ago, Cookie Joe Arthur learned she had Stage 2 breast cancer, just a short time after finding a lump during a self-examination.
Oyster Creek Park feels like a cozy neighborhood park, and it is, largely because of its water garden with a fountain and a waterfall feature that is surrounded by rocks and tucked back comfortably in the shade. But it is also rather large, at 111 acres.
Throughout the last year, finding a good arcade bar was not exactly top of mind during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The rainy weather last weekend was the impetus for the last-minute change in plans which resulted in my discovery of Altitude Trampoline Park at 4550 State Highway 6 S. in Sugar Land.
The cause for celebration, of course, was Juneteenth, which originated in Galveston and was first celebrated in 1866 to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved people at the end of the Civil War.
Parents in search of mentally stimulating and interactive activities for their children this summer have a variety of choices available to them in Missouri City and Sugar Land.
Fort Bend County Judge KP George partnered with the Houston Food Bank and Missouri City-based Second Mile Mission for a food drive last Saturday at Heritage Rose Elementary School in Rosharon that served residents of Fresno and Rosharon impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and Winter Storm Uri.
For the second straight year, Crossbridge Church at 1049 Eldridge Rd. in Sugar Land partnered with RIP Medical Debt, a New York-based nonprofit, to purchase and forgive $1.9 million in medical debt for 688 individuals who earn less than twice the federal poverty level, or $26,500.
COVID-19 has given Stafford native Mike Augias the fight of his life, but the 51-year-old appears to be beating the odds and making progress on the long road to recovery.
Stafford product Esat Bayar is proud to be a first-generation college student, but he also recognizes that several of his peers who come from low-income households face some of the same challenges he did in learning to navigate a professional setting and get the most out of a collegiate experience.
No matter how daunting the obstacle, Fabian Romo has never backed away from a chance to shoot his shot. The 24-year-old is giving his latest challenge his all as he remains on the watch list for the U.S. men’s national wheelchair basketball team as it prepares for the upcoming Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Sugar Land’s Food Truck Fridays series is back beginning next Friday, April 16, at Sugar Land Memorial Park at 15300 University Blvd. There will be additional events on April 23 and April 30.
Erin Cummings, founder of YESYoga in Sugar Land, has helped create a community of fitness lovers thanks to her offering of free weekly classes at Sugar Land Town Square.
The Fort Bend Exchange Club (FBEC) honored the thousands of child abuse victims who have been served by Child Advocates of Fort Bend through the dedication of its “awareness field” Monday in Stafford.