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A Tale of Two Storms

By Commissioner Vincent Morales, Precinct 1, Fort Bend – Recently Fort Bend, particularly Precinct 1, has been hit with two significant rain...
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Summer 2019 – Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce

Social Power Hour Panel: Moderator, Glenn Smith of Glenn Smith Executive Coaching; Division Chair Robert Thompson of TruCore Business Development;...
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The New Kids on the Sugar Land Block

Political Profile | By Christopher Hill – If Fort Bend County had a hill, the shining star on top would be Sugar Land. For decades the city...
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absolutely! focus media Welcomes General Manager Diane Strehl

absolutely! focus media, publisher of community magazines Fort Bend Focus, absolutely! Brazos, absolutely! Katy and Fort Bend CEO, is proud to...
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Staycationing

While I do plan a lot of travel inside and outside of this country, there’s plenty to be experienced right in our own backyard. Houston has so...
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The Four R’s of Fine Jewelry: Restyle, Restore, Resale and Replace

By Susan DeBakey – Protecting your investment in fine jewelry offers options that oftentimes, owners do not consider.  Times change, as do...
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City Manager Announces Retirement After 44 Years of Public Service

Sugar Land City Manager Allen Bogard plans to retire on January 31st, 2020. His 44 years of public service includes 25 in Sugar Land with 19 as its...
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Invest in Yourself

GOLF PRO | By Travis Johnson – There are new drivers, irons, wedges and putters that come out more often than we can keep up with. We all have...
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recent from PUBLISHERS PREVIEW Fort Bend’s Future
Fort Bend’s Future In this issue, we focus on the future of Fort Bend. First up, Sugar Land. With the inclusion of two business leaders, Naushad Kermally and Stewart Jacobson, to Sugar Land City Council, these new kids on the block bring a wealth of community involvement and leadership to the city’s governing board. We live...
recent from FEATURE STORY A Tale of Two Storms
A Tale of Two Storms By Commissioner Vincent Morales, Precinct 1, Fort Bend – Recently Fort Bend, particularly Precinct 1, has been hit with two significant rain events within 30 days of one another.  The first on Tuesday, May 7th – a storm that was not associated with any tropical system, nor forecast to be as severe...
recent from POLITICAL The New Kids on the Sugar Land Block
The New Kids on the Sugar Land Block Political Profile | By Christopher Hill – If Fort Bend County had a hill, the shining star on top would be Sugar Land. For decades the city has been an example for many of how to manage growth for the betterment of their community. The city spoke directly to the constituents about city enhancements,...
recent from FORT BEND CHAMBER Summer 2019 – Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce
Summer 2019 – Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce Social Power Hour Panel: Moderator, Glenn Smith of Glenn Smith Executive Coaching; Division Chair Robert Thompson of TruCore Business Development; Tristen Sutton of Tristen Sutton Consulting; Christine Di Stadio of KHOU 11; Lach Mullen of Fort Bend County Homeland Security & Emergency Management and...
recent from TRAVEL Luxury Defined:  Sandals Barbados Luxury Included Resort & Spa
Luxury Defined:  Sandals Barbados Luxury Included Resort & Spa The 2019 Islands’ All-Inclusive Award results are in and leading in the category of best room is the Sandals Royal Barbados’ Skypool Butler Suite – both the Editors’ Choice and Readers’ Choice winner. The Sandals brands all boast exceptional service, including a private butler to create any...
recent from EXECUTIVE INSIGHTS Why You Need A Project Manager
Why You Need A Project Manager By Jim Rice, LEED AP BD+C, CxA – Starting a construction project, whether it be a new build, renovation or expansion, can be very exciting. However, it’s probably not the only thing on your to-do list. You have a business to run, and while your staff is great, can they manage a design/construction...