Richmond / Rosenberg

Blanchard CPA

October 17, 2019 – RICHMOND, TX – The Central Fort Bend Chamber and the community celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony for Blanchard CPA. Blanchard CPA began in 2016, and was created to provide tax and accounting services to small businesses across the country. Sonny Blanchard has many years of experience and provides cloud-based accounting services to reduce costs for his clients. To learn more about Blanchard CPA and the services they provide, visit or […]

Rosenberg Railroad Museum Celebrating Tower 17 with a Garden Party!  

Join the Museum in honoring the former operators of Tower 17. The event takes place on Sunday, October 13th from 4-7pm on the Museum grounds, 1921 Avenue F in downtown Rosenberg.  Garden party attendees are invited to mix and mingle with other supporters of the Museum, enjoy light bites and a wine tasting, participate in a live auction and wine pull and help the museum celebrate railroading history in Fort Bend County. According to museum […]

Music Instruction:

Instruction in: Voice Development Instrumental Instruction, (theory, technique, performance and repertoire), On-site / Online / At Studio. Lessons taught by Artist-Record Producer with UT Degree. Resume and References are available.  For more information call 713-478-4492.

Central Fort Bend Chamber To Host Success In 60: The Working Power Hour

Margaret A. Johnson

Speaker:  Author Margaret A. Johnson “From SOS to WOW! Your Personal Coaching Adventure” (ROSENBERG, TEXAS)  The Central Fort Bend Chamber is excited to announce that author Margaret A. Johnson, P.E. will be the guest speaker at its upcoming Success in 60: The Working Power Hour.  Success in 60 focuses on educational topics for small businesses. The lunch is sponsored by Anchor Bend and the speaker is provided by Workforce Solutions.  The meeting will take place […]

Mercy Goods Co.

September 6, 2019 – RICHMOND, TX – The Central Fort Bend Chamber and the community celebrated the ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening for Mercy Goods Co. Mercy Goods began in 2016, and was created to provide employment, training, and mentorship to at-risk youth in Fort Bend County. Mercy Goods is an affiliate of Attack Poverty, a non-profit to help strengthen under resourced communities. Mercy Goods is extremely active in the community, the local High […]

Mark Your Calendars – – Fall 2019 Vegetable – Herb Plant Sale  

The Fort Bend County Master Gardeners are holding their annual Fall Vegetable-Herb Plant Sale on Saturday, October 12, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. until noon. The sale will be held in the Bud O’Shieles Community Center located at 1330 Band Road, Rosenberg, TX 77471. The varieties of plants offered for sale have been recommended for Fort Bend County by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and are grown by the Fort Bend County Master Gardeners. The […]

Car Accident: 8 Key Steps to Take After the Accident

Getting involved in a car crash is the last thing you want to imagine as a driver. The thought of what could possibly happen and the kind of frustration, it would put you and your loved ones through­ – is not a pleasant one. But hey, let’s face it; accidents don’t come knocking on anyone’s door. It just happens and the best thing you can do is to take measures to improve your safety while […]

Sponsors needed for Rosenberg Railroad Museum’s Fall Fun Fest:  May the Steam Be With You  

Mark your calendar for Rosenberg Railroad Museum’s 6th annual Fall Fun Fest on Saturday, September 14th!  The theme is “May the Steam Be With You” and will feature the Texas Flyer ride-on trackless Steam Train and steam trains on the garden railroad.  Preparations are currently underway for this fabulous fundraiser and so far the event will include: Museum open house and exhibits, up close views of trains going by from our rail fan observation deck, […]

3 Things You Should Do Following a Car Accident

Over 3 million Americans are injured in car accidents each year. Being involved in one of these collisions can be a life-changing experience. In the moments immediately following a car accident, you may feel a bit confused and scared. In some instances, the injuries sustained in these accidents can lead to lifelong disabilities. Instead of shutting down and sitting in shock following a car accident, you will have to take action. If this accident was […]

DPS Ramps Up Traffic Enforcement For Fourth of July Holiday

AUSTIN — The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will conduct two traffic operations simultaneously this week to help keep drivers safe over the Fourth of July holiday. Starting Wednesday, July 3, through Friday, July 5, DPS Troopers will increase traffic enforcement as part of Operation CARE (Crash Awareness and Reduction Effort) and Operation Holiday. DPS Troopers will be looking for those violating the Move Over, Slow Down law, as well as other traffic violations such as DWI, speeding and […]