With his office shut down during the COVID-19 crisis, Richmond dentist Jonathan Powell does …

Rosenberg, TX ¬– Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency there has been a scarcity of basic goods in stores in the City of Rosenberg, and more broadly the State of Texas. In an effort to manage inventory, and reduce scarcity several stores have implemented rationing. Unfortunately, enfor… Read more

Wishing Barbara Mucka a very special birthday, with love from sister Cindy and brother Anthony...

Births at OakBend Medical Center - Williams Way, Richmond, TX for March 2 to March 11, 2020 follows.

Fort Bend County leaders are taking proactive measures ahead of the possibility of a rise in COVID-19 cases by giving away free bottles of disinfectant.

Happy 25th birthday to Ashley Anders, from dad Timothy, Shawn and Nicole and the rest of the family...

Funeral arrangements for Bettye Jo Horsman, 84, of Rosenberg, TX., are pending with E.P. Compean Funeral Directors, 1223 Sixth St., Rosenberg, TX. 77471, 281-238-4443. “Our Family Serving Your Family”

In 1884, Henry Navarro owned 520 acres of prime farmland in Atascosa County, south of San Antonio. The census reported that Henry was the head of a 10-member household that included his wife, five children, a housekeeper with two children, cattle, hogs, oxen and a large amount of farming equipment.

Individuals creating a resumé for the first time or updating an existing one can get hands-on help at a special “Resumé Workshop” at Fort Bend County Libraries’ George Memorial Library on Tuesday, March 10, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm, in the Computer Lab of the library, located at 1001 Golfview Dr…

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In the wake of the ever-spreading pandemic that is COVID-19, the Rosenberg Railroad Museum’s annual RailFest has been postponed.

The second annual spring fling car show fundraiser is set for April 4-5 at the KC Hall in Rosenberg. The two-day event is open to vehicles of all years, makes and models. Day one is open for registration and a show and shine on Saturday, April 4. Day two registration is open until noon with …

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