Meadows Place

The City of Meadows Place is conveniently located along Highway 59 at the first exit off of Beltway 8 in Fort Bend County. This prime location is close to the thriving Energy and Engineering Corridor, universities, sports and entertainment venues and the Medical Center, and the area enjoys high traffic...

Jingle Bell Time is the Right Time . . .

By Susan DeBakey – To propose! Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are the most popular days of the year to pop the question.  Indeed, according to Weddingwire, 40 percent of all engagements happen between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day. Engagement experts like Susan DeBakey at Loggins Jewelers of...

Lessons Learned: One Year After Hurricane Harvey

FEATURE |By Christopher Hill – The current gold standard for flood control employed by the federal government is the one percent risk elevation, the Base Flood Elevation or the 100-year flood elevation. These terms all refer to the elevation that predicts a one percent risk of flooding in any single...

Business Leaders Support Strong Schools, Strong Community

Business Leaders advocate in support of the 2018 FBISD  Bond Proposal – The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Team (GAT) advocates and serves as proxy on behalf of the membership on issues affecting job creation, economic development and the overall vitality of the region.  Issues...

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital Ranked Among Texas Top Hospitals

Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the leading hospitals in the Houston area and in the state. In the magazine’s prestigious “Best Hospital” annual rankings this year, Houston Methodist Sugar Land is ranked No. 5 in the Houston area and No. 8 in...

Business Succession Planning: Mistakes to Avoid

By WJ Interests – Most business owners expect to pass on their pride and joy one day – mostly likely to their children, but possibly to an employee or an outside buyer. This change in ownership is what will fund the owner’s retirement and carry the owner’s creation through the generations. Yet...

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