Fort Bend Herald


Last week, Lamar Consolidated ISD launched its Seamless Summer Meal Program, and as a member of this community, I am grateful for it. Read more

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says that the city’s specialized high schools have a diversity problem. Read more

So: where does the Texas Legislature go from here, after closing out a session that was pretty widely considered a bipartisan success? Read more

As an LGBTQ ally, I am a work in progress. I don’t know firsthand what it’s like to be rejected or marginalized — even by family and friends — because of who I am, so Pride Month is a time for introspection. Read more

With Father’s Day on Sunday, it’s impossible not to get autobiographical and nostalgic this week. Read more

Outside a declaration of war there is no act of Congress that would affect negatively more Americans than the House of Representative’s recently passed Equality Act now slated for the U.S. Senate, then the President for his signature. Read more

Herald Editorials

Letters to the Editor

Mayor William “Bill” Benton has always done his best for what benefits us citizens of Rosenberg. He did it as a councilman and now as mayor. I have always voted for him and will continue to do so because he does the best he can do for all of us citizens of Rosenberg.

Rosenberg city councilman Isaac Davila’s first letter didn’t bother me, but after the second, I’d like to share my opinion. I was involved in city government a long time.

Councilor Isaac Davila’s recent letter and his bizarre labeling of Fort Bend Pets Alive! as a “radical” and “harassing” group is not only a sad bullying tactic, it is an outrageous and misleading lie.

I have written many letters to the Fort Bend Herald and complained and/or criticized when I did not approve of our local elected officials’ response or lack of on any number of topics.