“Fort Bend Youth Football League takes pride in giving back to the community,” said Jacqueline Jean-Baptiste, the Executive Director for the Fort Bend Youth Football League (FBYFL) . “The toy drive is important to our league because it gives us an opportunity to give back to our community and families in need. There are kids who may spend Christmas in the hospital and if we can help put a smile on their face by this small token, then it’s a job well done.”
SUGAR LAND—(December 15, 2014) — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is the first in Fort Bend County to treat peripheral arterial disease (PAD) using a new drug-coated balloon catheter during angioplasty, a surgery to restore blood flow through an artery in the heart.
Vascular surgeon Imran Mohiuddin, M.D., performed the procedure in early November on a patient in Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization lab.
SUGAR LAND—(December 10, 2014) — Physicians at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital recently performed Fort Bend’s first transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block with laparoscopic colon surgery to minimize post-surgical pain.
TAP blocks numb the nerves supplying the anterior abdominal wall prior to abdominal surgery. They are performed under general anesthesia in the operating room. The TAP block limits the amount of post-operative pain, minimizes the need for post-surgery pain medication and reduces the length of stay in the hospital.
PLANS FOR CONTINUATION OF SIENNA PLANTATION INTRODUCED WITH ADDITION OF THE VILLAGE OF SAWMILL LAKE
MISSOURI CITY, TX (November 24, 2014) – Initial plans for the continuation of Sienna Plantation have been announced to include the master-planned community’s newest village, The Village of Sawmill Lake, where construction of new homes is expected to begin on 500 home sites, including 45 homes in a gated neighborhood, in spring 2015.
State Farm/ Diane Schomburg has an opening for an experienced Insurance Representative in the Sugar Land area.
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SUGAR LAND—(October 27, 2014) —Methodist Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine Specialists physician Priya Oolut, M.D., recently performed the first endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) with fine needle aspiration biopsy in Fort Bend County.
Dr. Oolut used the EBUS technique to diagnose and stage lung cancer in a patient at Houston Methodist Sugar Land. During the procedure, a special endoscope – fitted with an ultrasound processor and a fine-gauge aspiration needle – is guided through the patient’s mouth and trachea into the lungs.
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Since 2011 Winthrop Management and the community teams of their Sugar Land portfolio have been in the midst of beautifying each communities interior and exterior . Now more than halfway complete with their renovation process at Regency at First Colony located at 225 Flour Daniel, Foundations at Austin Colony 1800 Austin Parkway, Foundations Edgewater 2222 Settlers Way, Foundations at Lions Head 15700 Lexington and Foundations at River Crest 1700 Rivercrest Dr.
Looking for a new volunteer opportunity? The Literacy Council of Fort Bend County needs you! Do you love planning and organizing? We are looking for new faces and fresh ideas for our events. Or is your passion helping others directly? You might be a great fit for our Tutor Training Program! Join us for happy hour at Fabulous You Boutique in Sugar Land on July 17th at 6 p.m. for wine & cheese, shopping, and to find out more about the different ways you can be involved. For more information and to be placed on the guest list, contact Cari Middaugh at 281-240-8181 or
Houston Business Journal - The Houston area grew by 137,458 people, or 2.23 percent, between 2012 and 2013, according to data released by the U.S. Census Bureau and mapped by Esri. However, the growth has definitely been less than equal throughout the Houston area.
The data not only tracked the increase or decrease of each county, but also whether or not the change was due to natural causes, such as births and deaths, or new people moving to the county.