Fort Bend Herald


I was getting prepped for a house cleaning session and decided to listen to something different while scrubbing. Read more

Most now understand that “red flag” laws violate the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights and many Republicans, including the President, now seem willing to join Democrats, after the recent shootings in El Paso and Denton by crazed left-and right wing extremists, to put dents in the Second… Read more

Earlier this month my mom asked me for a huge favor: To come to her house and collect all of my boxes out of her attic. Read more

Whether Texas was front burner in national politics for 2020 before, it is now. Read more

For many parents, August is a month of both pride and tears. Pride because their teenager is taking that big educational step and tears because for many it’s the beginning of an empty nest. Read more

I can’t wait to get a self-driving car. I know most people hate the idea; they want to drive themselves. But I have never been a very good driver. Read more

I wasn’t quite sure what the chaos was about as I sat at an open-air diner on the West Side of Manhattan the other night, trying to stay away from news and get a little work done. Read more

President Donald Trump has backed off tariffs on toys made in China. His commerce secretary, Wilbur Ross, said the administration did not want to hurt Christmas. Read more

Herald Editorials

Letters to the Editor

It amuses me that local Republicans like Commissioner Andy Meyers and letter writer Tom Snell are mad enough to chew metal and spit out a barbed wire fence over the newly elected Democratic judges wanting to pick their own associate judges because, holy cow, they might pick Democrats.

Pet parents and No Kill supporters ought to thank the current council for appointing people with the right skill and mind sets to propel the Animal Advisory Board to be the best board in the region. It is time to restore stability after recent episodes of turmoil filled with incendiary politics.