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New Article in Living Magazine Profiles The Cathy Stubbs Team

The Cathy Stubbs Team was honored to be interviewed by Living Magazine for their June issue. If you haven’t read the article yet, we’ve reprinted it below. See all the reasons that set The Cathy Stubbs Team ahead of the competition.
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Sugar Land works to boost tourism

City officials in Sugar Land are making a concerted effort to increase tourism through new marketing and outreach programs. The efforts have largely been channeled into the Visit Sugar Land Convention & Visitors Services team, a department of the city established in March 2011 and funded through hotel occupancy tax revenues. Led by Tourism […]

New website works to connect residents with politics—an effort headed by the chamber’s Governmental Affairs Team—pulls together recent news and updates regarding new ordinances and resolutions that affect the lives of Fort Bend County residents.
The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce launched a new website in mid-April that connects visitors with their elected officials and helps keep residents up-to-date on local, state […]

County adopts FEMA’s updated flood maps

Fort Bend County commissioners adopted its revised floodplain maps—a process the Federal Emergency Management Agency started nearly a decade ago. The revised maps are intended to provide reliable, up-to-date flood data using the latest mapping technology. They now represent the actual risk of flooding throughout the county, which means some property owners’ flood insurance […]

Memorial Hermann–Sugar Land expansion breaks ground

Memorial Hermann broke ground May 14 on its expansion in Sugar Land that will bring more services and nearly double the size of the campus at Hwy. 59 and the Grand Parkway. The $93 million expansion will be completed in three phases during the next two years, said Greg Haralson, president of Memorial Hermann […]

A little piece of History – The Sugar Road

In 1853, the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado, or BBB&C, Railway established the first rail in Texas. The first 20-mile stretch connected the settlement of Stafford’s Point to Harrisburg—present-day Houston. BBB&C made plans to add an additional 12 miles of rail along the Old Spanish Trail, which today is called Hwy. 90.
Sugar Land plantation […]