Sugar Land - Missouri City
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Patrick Jankowski from the Greater Houston Partnership provided an update on the economic status of the Houston metro and provided insight into recent claims of impending recession.
A local look inside business supply chain challenges
Check out the latest on the UH College of Technology as it continues its full move to its Sugar Land campus.
Take a look into Texas State Technical College's Tesla START program and how it produces Tesla technicians.
Data trends show 'irrational' increase in 2022 market value of residential properties in Fort Bend County
Market trends show the appraised value of residential properties in Fort Bend County increasing rapidly, despite record lows in property inventory and interest rates, according to Jordan Weiss, chief appraiser for the Fort Bend Central Appraisal District.
Editor's note: This post has been updated to clarify the 8.25% sales tax charge refers to the state and local charges.
Texas' low unemployment rate serves Sugar Land-area job seekers well, according to John Romanow, vice president market leader for the South Central U.S. region at workforce solutions company Kelly Services.
Sugar Land to get two new industrial buildings constructed following approval of tax abatement agreement
Sugar Land is poised to get two industrial buildings constructed in its business park off Gillingham Lane between Jess Pirtle and W. Airport boulevards after City Council approved a tax abatement agreement with Johnson Development Associates during the June 4 meeting.
As hurricane season approaches in Texas, state Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced a statewide sales tax holiday this weekend, April 27-29, on emergency preparedness supplies.
Following two years of recovery in 2017 and 2018, job growth in Houston is expected to level off and remain stable for 2019, said Patrick Jankowski, senior vice president of research at the Greater Houston Partnership. Houston will see an increase of 71,000 jobs this year compared to 73,000 last year, Jankowski said.
Fort Bend County is often considered a wealthy and healthy county, but a new report shows that nearly one-third of households struggle to afford basic necessities.
More than 20 Texas lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have signed an open letter urging President Donald Trump to avoid using the $15 billion in federal funding appropriated for Hurricane Harvey relief as a means to pay for a border wall at the U.S.-Mexico border and end the ongoing government shutdown .
As the longest partial government shutdown in U.S. history continues, local agencies and residents have begun …
Sugar Land’s December sales tax revenue allocation was down 2.5 percent over last year, the Texas comptroller reported on Dec. 12.
The Greater Houston area is projected to create 71,000 jobs in 2019, according to the Greater Houston Partnership's annual Houston Employment Forecast released Dec. 5.
Greater Houston Partnership: Houston must recruit talent, focus on collaboration to maintain economic status
The greater Houston area boasts strong economic assets—it is home to the world’s largest energy center, two international airports and the sixteenth busiest port in the world, and it is the number one region for exports in the country, said Susan Davenport, senior vice president of economic development for the Greater Houston Partnership.
Every year, the Texas Legislature sets the dates for an annual sales tax holiday on school supplies and clothing. This year’s sales tax holiday is Aug. 10-12.
The University of Houston Law Center received a $205,000 grant from the Greater Houston Community Foundation on July 12 that will allow the law center to launch its Hurricane Consumer Assistance Program.
Houston city population plateaus in 2016-17 as metro misses list of fastest-growing U.S. cities for first time in years
The city of Houston added 8,235 people last year, according to 2016-17 U.S. Census estimates released this week, growing the overall population by a fraction of a percent after more steady growth in recent years.
Texas Central and Amtrak announced Friday that the two companies have reached an agreement offering through-ticketing and transfer services for passengers traveling between Amtrak and Texas Central stations.
Americans will file taxes on Tuesday, April 17 this year. For those who have not filed yet, here are a few …
Missouri City City Council authorized the creation of Reinvestment Zone 19 for the purpose of recruiting a new business prospect.
By Alexa Ura and Chris Essig