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An expansion of telemedicine services is strengthening Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital’s ability to quickly treat patients suffering from stroke. more
The deadline to file for election in the March 3 primary elections ended on Monday and in Austin County one of the names not on the ballot is the big news. more
Movember is all over and Mo Bros and Mo Sistas once again raised money to help health issues affecting men of all ages. more
With old favorites and new features, the 2019 Fantasy of Lights proved to be a memorable kick-off to the Christmas season last weekend in Sealy at Levine Park. more
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding Texans to stay vigilant and report any suspicious behavior or activity they observe to law enforcement. more
CASA for Kids of South Central Texas announced that its executive director is moving on to pursue new endeavors. more
Main Street merchants unhappy with a proposal to remove center median parking downtown voiced their concerns to city officials at a meeting Thursday afternoon at the Sealy Economic Development Corporation office. more
The Sealy community is rallying around a family struck by illness without many solid answers. more
Is it time to expand or replace Sealy City Hall? more
Caregivers, people who take on the selfless role of caring for a loved one, have the great responsibility of making sure their loved one’s basic needs are met, which requires work and dedication. more
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agents and specialists across the state have received numerous inquiries about industrial hemp. more
Recently, Courtney and Kelly Litvak of Katy joined U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) and Ivanka Trump, advisor to the President, to discuss the prevalence of human trafficking in local communities and how to improve the way the country combats the crime and takes care of survivors. more
An Austin County jury convicted Irby Allison, 64, of felony driving while intoxicated in Judge Jeff Steinhauser’s 155th Judicial District Court on Nov. 8. more
Catalytic converter stolen and theft of property. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
The election filing period opened Nov. 9 in Austin County and so far Sheriff Jack Brandes, Precinct 4 Commissioner Chip Reed, Precinct 4 Constable James Clark, Precinct 2 Constable Dave Schulz, and Tax Assessor/Collector Kim Rinn have all field for re-election. more
The countdown is on to the 33rd annual Fantasy of Lights. more
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