THE FORT BEND HERALD'S 2020 PROFILES OF PROGRESS
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Fort Bend County has seen a record number of voters turn out for the July 14 primary election.
Fort Bend County health authorities reported five deaths from COVID-19 in the past seven days, bringing to 61 the total number of residents who have succumbed to the deadly virus so far.
Fort Bend County Judge KP George announces the appointment of Mr. Reginald Robinson as the Fort Bend County Director of Community Supervision and Corrections, which was recently approved by th…
The city of Rosenberg has a new auditor.
The Trap Neuter Return program is officially underway.
Budget season is upon the city of Rosenberg.
Just over 8% of all eligible voters in Fort Bend County have already cast ballots in the July 14 primary runoff election.
Fort Bend County Judge KP George responded to a comment from Gov. Greg Abbott, who blasted local leaders in the state asking for a second stay-at-home order to fight the coronavirus.
Two more Fort Bend County residents have been felled by COVID-19 or complications from catching the virus, health authorities reported.
The Texas Education Agency released its guidelines for schools to operate for the 2020-21 school year, but two local school districts view the regulations differently.
The city of Rosenberg will get its very own tents for festivals and events.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Fort Bend County residents are turning out in record numbers to cast early votes in the July 14 primary runoff election.
Two more Fort Bend County residents have succumbed to the deadly novel coronavirus since Friday, county officials reported Monday.
Nothing lasts forever. Not even the long-standing agreement with the city of Rosenberg between its police department at Lamar Consolidated ISD.
- Petition created to remove Jaybird monument near Richmond City Hall
- Authorities: County seizes 227 dead, dying and neglected animals
- Fulshear photographer’s portraits of families during the pandemic draws mirth from misery
- Virginia Wehring Vitek
- Margaret Ann Charanza
- Rosemary Lawley
- County votes to extend disaster declaration, mask order to end of July
- FORT BEND COUNTY LIBRARIES ENCOURAGES ASPIRING WRITERS WITH STORY SPINNERS CLUB
- Allen Louis Albrecht
- Ernestina Juarez
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Fort Bend County authorities have seized over 220 animals — many in poor health — from a home in Katy in what they say is the largest-ever animal seizure in the county.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in finding a missing person. Zachary Ramirez, 15, was last seen on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 around midnight.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office is seeking help in finding 3 runaway siblings; 14-year-old male and female twins and a 6-year-old male sibling. The parents believe they left their home around 3 p.m. on June 29, 2020. There was a note left behind advising they had run away. There is vid…
Fort Bend County indictments for June 22, 2020 follows (The indictments are listed by name, offense and offense date):
A Fort Bend County man accused of shooting his dog in the head twice six months ago and leaving him in a community park to die has been arrested and charged, authorities reported Friday.
A new football stadium for Lamar Consolidated ISD could cost the district over $82.7 million, which would make it the second most expensive high school football stadium in the U.S.