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BREAKING NEWS: UrbanStreet proposes $99.5 million mixed-use redevelopment of mall site

by Mike Anthony
The owner of the former Crestwood Plaza is requesting nearly $28 million in tax incentives for a roughly $99.5 million mixed-use redevelopment of the former mall site. » more
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O’Leary prevails in election for 6th District council seat

by Gloria Lloyd
After his County Council election victory last week, political newcomer Kevin O’Leary promises he will be a new kind of 6th District councilman — one more responsive to the needs of the people. » more

Mehlville School District voters elect Dorsey, Murphy to Board of Education

Fedorchak praises teachers as he leaves Mehlville board
by Gloria Lloyd
Mehlville School District voters unseated the incumbent Board of Education president and elected two new members last week, including the brother of an outgoing board member. » more

Lindbergh voters retain incumbents; longtime Crestwood official defeated

Baebler, Fribis are re-elected to their seats in Sunset Hills
by Gloria Lloyd
Lindbergh Schools voters kept their same leadership, Crestwood residents voted out a longtime alderman and Sunset Hills voters kept all their incumbents except one, according to unofficial results from last week’s school board and municipal elections. » more

New chairman clashes with Crestwood panel member, citizen

Sweeney gavels citizen out of order; asks Gillam to get Police Department
by Mike Anthony
The newly elected chairman of the Crestwood Planning and Zoning Commission recently clashed with a member of the panel and a resident. » more

American Family agent earns top honor for customer service

Dan Fowler, an American Family Insurance agent in Oakville, recently was recognized for providing outstanding customer experience under the American Star Excellence in Customer Experience Certification Program. » more

Oakville High baseball team off to a 10-0 start

Tigers pound Valmeyer 15-5 Saturday afternoon
by Robert Chalupny
Year in and year out, Oakville Senior High School varsity baseball fans have many reasons to be optimistic about their club — and the 2015 season is proving to be no different. » more

Lindbergh High School baseball team on a roll

Flyers off to a 7-2 start this season
by Robert Chalupny
The Lindbergh High School varsity baseball team continues to roll in the early part of the 2015 season with its most recent win, a 12-6 blowout over the Northwest Lions. » more

iPoll

‘Reasonable’ Mehlville tax-rate increase
Given the Mehlville School District's current financial situation, would you support a "reasonable" tax-rate increase for the district?

Blades third-graders get up-close look at MFPD truck

Captain answers students' questions
A Mehlville Fire Protection District truck pulled up outside Blades Elementary School earlier this week, and was greeted by the school’s third-graders. » more

Veteran educator to be Lindbergh's director of gifted programs

Kuhn to begin new duties July 1
Lindbergh Schools veteran gifted educator Michael Kuhn will be the district’s next director of gifted programs, effective July 1. » more

Mehlville board names Palamand president

No ‘team effort’ in selection of Gaines, Felton contends
by Gloria Lloyd
Since the latest version of the Mehlville Board of Education is now mostly comprised of board members with less than a year of experience, it’s no surprise that the newcomers chose the only veterans to head up the board’s leadership team » more
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Try this ‘berry’ healthy way to help your heart

A little heart-shaped fruit can be a big help to your heart. »» more

Pop up some wintertime fun

Often defined as a time of quiet hibernation, winter is, in fact, one of the busiest times of the year with frosty get-togethers prompted by skiing, skating and sledding. » more

Stock these 10 pantry essentials for fast, healthful cooking

Stock your kitchen with these basic building blocks for a wide variety of good-for-you recipes that are quick and easy to create: » more

Kowalski named CFO for Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri

Netta Kowalski recently was named chief financial officer for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri. » more

UPDATED: Police issue Silver Alert for missing Concord man

Ramen Vogel, 92, last seen driving a white Mercury Grand Marquis
Update 10:19 p.m.: Silver Alert cancelled. Police have issued a Silver Alert for a 92-year-old Concord man who went missing after driving himself to lunch today. » more

Longtime city clerk to leave Sunset Hills

Laura Rider to take same job with city of Ladue
by Gloria Lloyd
One of the longest-serving employees in Sunset Hills is leaving for another city. » more
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