12:00 am Feb.

Freedom Tree

Missouri City’s Freedom Tree has become a long-standing symbol of the city’s beginnings as well as the inherent liberties enjoyed by all Americans today.

12:00 am Feb.

House of Blooms

As Sugar Land Town Square was first starting to develop, Pat Houck decided to open a local flower shop in a small kiosk within the development.

12:00 am Feb.

Bob Pack

Sugar Land resident Bob Pack has become a recognized sculptor in the community as well as around the country.

12:00 am Feb.

Honey Brown Hope Foundation

About 25 years ago, Tammie Lang Campbell was reading the fairytale of Snow White to her young daughter when she noticed an important message tucked in the happy ending—love, family and the importance of feeling good about yourself—that she wanted to

12:00 am Jan.

Hoggs N’ Chicks

As the nationwide economic recession began to affect Sugar Land and Missouri City residents, Roque Baecker decided to open a local restaurant with one primary goal: to offer quality and affordable food.

12:00 am Jan.

Vision clears for Imperial Sugar Land development

Two neighborhoods within Imperial Sugar Land—a more than 700-acre mixed-use development surrounding the former Imperial Sugar Factory—have been announced. Several builders are slated to begin construction of 116 patio homes and 27 town homes in 2014.

12:00 am Jan.

James Thompson

James Thompson is finishing his third term as the mayor of Sugar Land, but he began his career in public service more than 30 years ago.

12:00 am Jan.

Allen Owen

Allen Owen has served nearly 20 years as the mayor of Missouri City. Before his election in 1994, Owen served five years on the city’s planning and zoning commission and eight years on City Council.

12:00 am Jan.

Whiteflash

Whiteflash—a full-scale jewelry manufacturer and retailer specializing in diamonds, designer engagement rings and fine jewelry—has been quietly serving customers from around the world for more than 13 years.

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