by Mike Anthony As the Lindbergh Board of Education begins the process of selecting a firm to assist in the search for a new superintendent, Superintendent Jim Simpson believes he will hand over "a crown jewel" of a district to his successor. » more
Metro to receive $152 million from three county sales taxes by Gloria Lloyd The same night the County Council introduced a resolution that could spark a legal fight about county auditor staffing, County Executive Steve Stenger avoided another potential showdown last week by authorizing record Metro funding. » more
Construction of a new Fresh Thyme Farmers Market is nearing completion at the site of the former Tesson Ferry Branch County Library at 9920 Lin Ferry Drive in Green Park. City Administrator/City Clerk James Mello announced at a recent Green Park Board » more
by Robert Chalupny Now ranked eighth among large schools in the area, the Lindbergh High School varsity football team continues to stun opponents, as the Flyers improved to 5-0 Friday night, shutting down Parkway South 49-10. » more
Coach counting on veterans to lead team to new heights by Robert Chalupny The Oakville High School varsity girls’ field hockey team is off to a 2-2-2 start and has set its sights high over last season, which saw some successes. » more
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Students across Missouri observed Constitution Day on Monday with special lessons about the great document. Rogers Elementary School got an early start last Friday thanks to a visit from President James Madison, the so-called ‘Father of the Constitution,’ » more
School's composite score of 23.3 exceeds state's average of 20.4 Lindbergh High School students continue to surpass state performance on the ACT college readiness test, and they improved the school’s composite score compared with 2016 as well, according to a district news release. » more
Oakville High School is celebrating Homecoming this week and has selected its Homecoming Court. A parade is planned for Friday, Sept. 8, and the Oakville Tigers football team will square off against Northwest Cedar at 7 p.m. Members of the Homecoming » more
Crestwood Mayor Gregg Roby and the Board of Aldermen last week proclaimed that Dec. 2 will be ‘Santa Ted’ Day in honor of Ted Ricks, who has been Santa Ted for 18 years. Ricks served as Santa at the former Crest-wood Plaza for 13 years. Since » more
Southern trailhead to close for roughly eight months Construction to extend the Gravois Greenway — Grant’s Trail — and connect it with the River des Peres Greenway will start Monday, Sept. 25, with the closure of the southern trailhead near Orlando’s Event and Conference Center » more
Boy may have been left in car all day by Gloria Lloyd A child died Monday in what an Oakville day care is calling a tragic accident after possibly being left in a car all day instead of being dropped off at day care. » more
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