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Mehlville board weighs revamped teacher pay plan

by Gloria Lloyd
Teachers left the Mehlville School District last year in droves, but few are leaving this year — and those who stay could be rewarded with a new salary schedule that makes their salaries more competitive with surrounding districts. » more
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Videoconferencing rules weighed in Sunset Hills

by Gloria Lloyd
The Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen might regulate videoconferencing, as some aldermen question how a fellow alderman has voted by video at half the meetings in the last six months. » more

MFPD’s net position continues to be strong, audit report finds

Auditor says directors’ fees probably ‘lowest’ in county
by Mike Anthony
The financial condition of the Mehlville Fire Protection District continues to be strong, with its net position increasing by nearly $500,000 during fiscal 2015. » more

Enrollment in Mehlville up for summer school

Lane says Mehlville’s summer school will be a ‘cool experience for the kids’
by Gloria Lloyd
In a revamp of traditional summer school, the Mehlville School District is doubling instructional time for students this summer and adding busing and new programs like STEM camps that could potentially turn the program into a significant moneymaker for » more

Crestwood aldermen to eye ordinance adopting rules of order

Mabie works with Simpson, Stump in drafting measure
by Mike Anthony
A Crestwood alderman has proposed an ordinance that would establish rules governing conduct at board meetings, including adopting Robert’s Rules of Order. » more

VIDEO: UrbanStreet breaks ground for Crestwood mall demolition

Mall top development priority in south county, Sifton says
by Gloria Lloyd
It’s not every day that a developer breaks ground for a demolition rather than construction on a project, and it’s not every day that a groundbreaking includes a mini-demolition demonstration — but everyone involved with the groundbreaking » more

Six Lindbergh athletes commit to college play

Students to play soccer, wrestling, track, swimming, basketball, volleyball
Six Lindbergh High School student-athletes recently committed to college teams and will advance their careers in soccer, wrestling, track, swimming, basketball and volleyball. » more

Oakville High pitcher living his dream

Tigers baseball coach saw ’08 story, said, ‘... Follow your dreams’
by Bill Milligan
Blake Tribout is feeling good about living his dream at Oakville Senior High School this year. » more


Sunset Hills Ward 1 election
The St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners is seeking a do-over of the April 5 Sunset Hills Ward 1 Board of Aldermen election, due to ballot shortages at two of the ward's three polling places. Do you agree?

LHS students selected for Federal Reserve Student Board of Directors

Lindbergh High School students Joshua Berry and Joshua Long have been selected for the 2015-2016 St. Louis Federal Reserve Student Board of Directors. » more

VIDEO: Lindbergh High School students walk out to protest teacher salaries

by Gloria Lloyd
Lindbergh Schools teachers have protested their salaries since last year, and students at Lindbergh High School joined them Tuesday, walking out of final exams to show their support for what they see is an underappreciated, underpaid Lindbergh staff. » more

Oakville kindergarten students celebrate graduation

The Oakville Elementary School kindergarten class of 2016 last week celebrated its graduation during a ceremony that featured songs of thanks to their parents and guardians. Among the graduates, from left, in this photo taken May 19 by parent Jenny Bess, » more
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Slow cooking offers tasty results

Eat a hot, wholesome meal on busy days
On those busy days when you don’t have much time, a slow cooker can be the solution to getting a hot, wholesome meal on the table. »» more

This steak appeals to grown-up taste buds

by Bill Milligan
My supermarket has been selling French green beans, or haricot verts, for several months, to my delight. » more

Movie night can be the ultimate night in

Homemade pizza a necessity for movie night
Friday nights are great for an evening in and even better with a movie. » more

Two Memorial Day observances planned

Two observances are slated on Monday for Memorial Day
Memorial Day observances are planned Monday, May 30, at two south county sites — Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery and St. Lucas United Church of Christ. » more

Sunset Hills police officer retiring after serving 43 years

Longest-serving employee in Sunset Hills recognized at recent retirement celebration
by Gloria Lloyd
The longest-serving employee in Sunset Hills, Lt. Mike Swofford, is retiring June 1 after 43 years of service. » more

Teamsters representing Crestwood police

Crestwood officials are preparing for negotiations with the city’s Police Department, which is the first law enforcement unit in the St. Louis area to unionize with the Teamsters. » more
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