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On Saturday, voters across Fort Bend County will have the responsibility of electing officials to represent their municipalities and decide upon measures that could change the way their local governments operate. 

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The fallout of Winter Storm Uri prompted the Texas House of Representatives to convene its Energy Resources and State Affairs committees last Thursday and Friday in response to the crisis that left thousands of Fort Bend County residents without power and/or water in the midst of freezing te…

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With Winter Storm Uri in Fort Bend County’s wake, area residents are beginning to recover from a week marred by freezing temperatures, power outages and damage to homes and businesses caused by water pipes that froze and then burst.

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 The city of Rosenberg’s recycling program, operated by Republic Services, could be suspended due to residents’ continued inclusion of non-recyclable materials, which contaminates the loads of recycled materials and forces them to be disposed of in a landfill, city officials said in a Jan. 2…

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Fort Bend County first responders in need of trauma counseling now have a support officer available for meetings within the department.

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By Landan Kuhlmann LKuhlmann@fortbendstar.com The city of Rosenberg announced Jan. 5 that it has introduced Curtis Campbell as its new fire marshal. “The Rosenberg Fire Department is proud to have Curtis as the next fire marshal for the city of Rosenberg,” Fire Chief Darrell Himly said in a news release. “The knowledge and experience that […]