Free Answers to Legal Questions

Fort Bend Lawyers Care will be providing FREE answers to legal questions to low-income residents of Fort Bend County on Friday, Sept. 12 and Friday, Sept. 26. This service is available ONLY to Low-income residents of the county. CALL TO QUALIFY: 10:00 A.M. – Noon Call Legal Line at: (281) 239-0015 ATTORNEY WILL RETURN CALLS […]

Sugar Plum Market Announces Preview Night Sponsor Trustmark Bank

Tickets are now on sale for the 2014 Sugar Plum Market! The always popular Preview Night will be held Thursday, November 6 from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. With the theme “Under the Mistletoe,” attendees are guaranteed to have a good time as they enjoy fabulous shopping and delicious hors d’oeuvres. The Sugar Plum Market […]

Wharton Plaza Theatre Announces 2014-2015 Schedule

The Wharton Plaza Theatre has officially announced the nineteenth season of shows at the Plaza Theatre and we want to invite you to be experience it all. Season brochures will be making their ways into your mailboxes within the next few weeks, but you don’t have to wait a single minute longer! Below are the […]

One Call Does It All!

by Sarah Warburton Since 2005, the Kitchen & Bath Showroom has built a reputation as “The People to Know, The Place to Go.” Mike Stevens connects with clients, keeps things running smoothly, and has a wealth of knowledge and resources at his fingertips. He says, “In our Showroom you won’t find slick guys with a […]

The Doctor a Nurse calls “Miracle Man”

Elizabeth Su has been a nurse since 1977 and spends long hours on her feet. She says, “My veins have always been a little distended. Two years ago my doctor sent me to Dr. Baltazar for a checkup. He did my ultrasound himself and told me that no treatment was necessary at that time, but […]

Understanding Your Rights in an Emergency

In an emergency, every second matters. You certainly can’t afford to stop and read the fine print on your health insurance…and according to Texas Guidelines, you don’t have to waste a minute worrying. The law states that your insurance carrier must pay for your emergency care, whether the emergency room is “in-network” or “out-of-network.” In […]

Nature abhors a vacuum. And so do I.

“Nature abhors a vacuum. And so do I.” ~Anne Gibbons At the end of the summer, we all need a little help turning our family’s mess back into a home again. Even if you love cleaning, it’s hard to find the time with summer camps, sports practice, and school getting ready to start up again…while […]

Seeing More Clearly

If you can’t see the world clearly, you may feel there’s a barrier between you and the faces of your friends, the words on signs, and world around you. Dr. Anh Doan of Missouri City’s Vision Source says, “As adults, we notice difficulty reading, but kids don’t know the world looks blurry…because they’ve never seen […]

Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire

“Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.” William Butler Yeats Does embarking on a new school year fill your child with excitement or anxiety? If last year was a struggle, make this year a grand adventure. At the Kn.I.L.E. Center, students can build their brain power after school […]

Work Has Its Perks

Grand Windows and Interiors, family-owned and operated, ties a heartfelt commitment of integrity to each client. Owners Candelario and Caron Lopez have also instilled in their children that “Yes, we provide quality advice, products and service but never pass up an opportunity to make a friend. ” Summer work turned into a perk for Lewis […]

Home Smart: The Future Is Now

by Stacey Eskelin From the telegraph to the VCR to the cell phone to the tablet and beyond…innovations that seemed worthy of science fiction are becoming part of our everyday lives. Now a new technological revolution has arrived: home automation like you have never seen it before. Home automation the Control4 way. Richard Machemehl and […]

Mission “Total Comfort” Accomplished!

by Sarah Warburton Scott Albright works from home, but it was his family’s comfort that sent him on a mission. He says, “The A/C upstairs in our house cools the kids’ room…and it completely broke down and died on us. Right away I called up a couple of different companies to get quotes. Of all […]

The Right Words at the Right Time

by Stacey Eskelin Nothing in life prepares you for the overwhelming love, tenderness, and protective concern you have for your child. Their smiles are a song in your heart, and their hardships keep you up at night, sleepless with worry. So when parental instinct tells you that your child may not be hitting all of […]

Celebrating Safety Never Looked So Good

by Stacey Eskelin August 21st is National Senior Citizens Day! And anyone who is a senior or cares for a senior knows the most important thing about getting older is holding onto much-needed independence. Part of that independence means having the freedom to “age safely in place,” which is something that Paul and Jonee Barnett […]

Nothing is Impossible!

by Sarah’s journey “If I can turn my life around,” says nineteen-year-old Sarah Banks, “so can you! I’ve always been a heavy girl, someone who ate because of stress, or boredom, or any bad feelings. I was a competitive swimmer for thirteen years, until I got derailed by injuries. I kept swimming after the first […]

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