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  Vol. XXXIII   No. 32

 

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Methodist Sugar Land Hospital receives Get With The Guidelines - Stroke Bronze Performance Achievement Award
Methodist Sugar Land Hospital has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®–Stroke Bronze Performance Achievement Award.
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Back to life progresses at
Imperial redevelopment site
A contract to begin the preliminary phase of the historic Char House renovation by the Johnson Development Corp continues the momentum of the Imperial redevelopment site’s progress.
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Candidate forums scheduled
The Sugar Land AARP Chapter 4075 will give City and School Board candidates 3-5 minutes to introduce themselves at their next meeting.
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A major storm is brewing on the horizon
The perfect storm is brewing on the horizon, and every day it edges closer and closer to Fort Bend County, and is expected to hit full force this summer.
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Missouri City Police and Fire Auxiliary
fundraiser nets $16,000
The Missouri City Police and Fire Auxiliary’s 25th annual fund-raiser was a big success.
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Missouri City Police Dept. proudly
announces promotions & new additions
Continuing its commitment to provide citizens with superior leadership, the Missouri City Police Department has announced a new addition and some recent promotions on the force.
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Missouri City’s recycling center reopens
On March 21, the Missouri City Recycling Center reopened after undergoing upgrades that will enable residents to access bins more easily and improve the look and function of the facility.
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Pet of the week
Peppy is a loving 7 month old lab/terrier mix. He is 35lbs and probably almost full grown at that size.
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Stafford’s annual Spring Clean Up set for April 16
The City of Stafford is holding its’ annual City Wide Pride Spring Clean Up on Saturday April 16 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
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TLC for Trees attracts more than 25 volunteers
More than 100 young live oak trees received some “TLC” (tender loving care) during the city’s first ever “Tree L. C.” event on Feb. 19.
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Wellness Resource website launched
The City of Sugar Land, the Mayor’s Fitness Council and Shape Up Sugar Land launched a new website on Feb. 17 to provide community wellness resources.  
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QV Proud Hotline
The Quail Valley Proud Hotline
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Sgt. Mike Richards recognized
as SLPD Officer of the Year
The Sugar Land Police Department’s 2010 Officer of the Year Award went to a sergeant whose leadership resulted in more than 70 arrests during a six-month period that ranged from illegal drugs to burglaries, thefts and dangerous weapons.
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Construction begins on University Blvd. South
Work recently began on a 1.8-mile stretch of University Boulevard from Commonwealth Boulevard to Riverstone that will eventually connect U.S. Highway 59 to State Highway 6.
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Free screening for colorectal cancer
offered at Methodist Sugar Land Hospital
The month of March is dedicated to colorectal cancer awareness. Colorectal cancer affects one out of 18 Americans.
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Sales tax collections trending up in Sugar Land
Spring has Sprung! It’s time to get your yard looking great and Stephen F. Austin Prograd can help!
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Sugar Land announces Spring 2011
rabies awareness and prevention
Sugar Land Animal Services is working in conjunction with the Department of State Health Services Zoonosis Control Branch to help promote the Spring 2011 statewide Rabies Awareness and Prevention campaign.
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Sugar Land joins the fight
to support Marines in combat
The City of Sugar Land has established a Fit to Fight Food Drive drop-off location at City Hall, 2700 Town Center Blvd.
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QV Proud Hotline
The Quail Valley Proud Hotline
>FULL STORY


Oak Bend Medical Center cuts the
ribbon on new Emergency Room
Recently, a ribbon cutting for OakBend Medical Center's new Emergency Room, Grand Parkway location, 7830 W. Grand Parkway South, Richmond, was held...
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FedEx trailer tires catch fire on freeway
Last week Sugar Land police were notified of a truck fire along the freeway.
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QV Proud Hotline
The Quail Valley Proud Hotline
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