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Since 1892 The Fort Bend Herald has been the No. 1 source for community news and information.
Bill Hartman purchased The Herald Coaster and The Fort Bend Mirror in 1974, and The Herald-Coaster became the Fort Bend Herald and Texas Coaster on Aug. 27, 2005.
Today, the Fort Bend Herald and Texas Coaster basically serves west Fort Bend County, including areas of Wharton County, Austin County and Brazoria County as well.
COVID-19 | Announcements • Closures • Cancellations
- RDC to help small businesses during COVID shutdown
- Social distancing believed to have given hospitals 2 more weeks to prepare for COVID-19 ‘peak’
- 7th COVID-related death reported
- New medical examiner’s office facing growing number of cases
- Rosenberg council extends disaster declaration for two more weeks
- Brazos Bend State Park closed to public
- Rosenberg to enforce social distancing
- COVID-19 cases surpass 250 in Fort Bend County
- Group forms to make masks for front-line troops battling COVID-19
- Navarro MS principal tests positive for coronavirus
COVID -19 | School Updates
- Abbott shutters schools until May 4
- LCISD students back in ‘class’ — at home
- Stoppage time: Lamar Consolidated ISD soccer teams juggle halted season
- Schools to remain closed until April 10, planning alternative education methods
- UIL suspends events; prepares for return: Texas’ extracurricular governing body puts hold on all high school events in wake of coronavirus
- Little League on hold until at least April
- Full timeout: Schools halt all extracurricular activities and travel in efforts to slow spread of coronavirus