Business is booming and crowds are beginning to gather as more and more people are receiving the coronavirus vaccine, but those Fort Bend County organizations and advocates for the most vulnerable residents are still waiting for the storm to arrive.
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Fort Bend County law enforcement arrested 19 people on suspicion of driving while intoxicated over the Fourth of July holiday, a major uptick in arrests compared to other recent no-refusal weekends, according to the district attorney’s office.
Lisa Torry Smith was killed, and her six-year-old son severely injured, when the driver of a car struck them in a crosswalk while she was walking him to school in October 2017.
Keri Schmidt and her staff at the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce weathered the coronavirus pandemic, and even helped distribute more than $43.7…
Fort Bend County stands out in the speed and size of its population growth in recent years.
Backstage at the Smart Financial Centre in Sugar Land before a show is as busy as a beehive.
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.