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The various stay home orders issued by federal, state, county and municipal authorities have led to an increase in domestic violence and hate crimes in Fort Bend County, District Attorney Bria…
Rosenberg City Council member Jacob Balderas said Friday he will fight any attempt by the mayor to impose a curfew during the COVID-19 crisis.
Another 27 people in Fort Bend County have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, upping the number of cases to 221 by the end of the day Thursday, health authorities reported.
Lamar Consolidated ISD confirmed on Thursday that one of its school principals has tested positive for COVID-19, the first case of the coronavirus in the district.
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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the city of Rosenberg’s Simple Recycling textile program is temporarily suspended until further notice.
NEW YORK (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo warned Thursday that the state's supply of breathing machines could be exhausted in six days if the number of people made critically ill by the coron…
Many resources are available to businesses during the COVID- 19 crisis.
Rosenberg Mayor William Benton is bewildered by the number of citizens he sees flouting social distancing guidelines developed to halt the spread of the deadly novel coronavirus.
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Lamar Consolidated ISD confirmed on Thursday that one of its school principals has tested positive for COVID-19, the first case of the coronavirus in the district. Read more