by Gloria Lloyd The race to replace County Executive Steve Stenger on the County Council always promised to be a hard-fought contest, but now it is attracting the attention of people not just in Oakville and Affton, but in Hollywood. » more
by Mike Anthony Last of two parts: Crestwood officials need to send a strong message to the development community and end users that they’re committed to the redevelopment of the former Crestwood Plaza.
That’s what a planner hired by the city told the Board of Aldermen during a recent work session called to discuss the redevelopment of the 47-acre site at Watson and Sappington roads. » more
Citywide plan for Sunset Hills set to be finished by this fall by Gloria Lloyd Sunset Hills moves a step closer to its comprehensive plan this week with a series of workshops where residents and business owners can speak their mind on what they want in the city’s future. » more
Committee members are told they will not be re-appointed by Gloria Lloyd Since Sunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer counts few allies on the Board of Aldermen these days, it is no surprise that his impending wave of appointments to city committees could turn into the city’s next battleground. » more
All candidates in Green Park unopposed in April 7 election by Staff Report Filing for the April 7 election concluded last week and Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors Treasurer Bonnie Stegman is unopposed in her re-election bid. » more
Condition of former mall site ‘deplorable,’ planner reports by Mike Anthony First of two parts
Given the current condition of the former Crestwood Plaza, a planner hired by the city told the Board of Aldermen Saturday morning that redeveloping the 47-acre site will require the use of tax-increment financing. » more
Lindbergh High School’s junior varsity and varsity Flyerettes dance teams impressed the competition at the recent Chicagoland Dance Challenge. The junior varsity team placed second in high kick and fourth in pom. The varsity scored second in pom » more
Event raises roughly $1,700 for cancer research by Robert Chalupny The recent 10th annual Lady Flyer Invitational did more distinguish rival high schools — the Lindbergh High School varsity girls' swimming team turned it into a fundraiser for cancer research. » more
St. Louis Rams
Do you believe that plans announced Friday for a new, open-air football stadium on the St. Louis riverfront will convince the St. Louis Rams to remain here beyond 2015?
Spice up your holiday season by trying these tasty recipes
The Call’s annual Home for the Holidays Recipe Contest kicks off the beginning of the holiday season, and as in past years, readers offered no shortage of tasty concoctions. » more
Was elected county assessor in 2011 Pledging to fight for fairness and equal treatment for all Missourians, Jake Zimmerman this week announced that he will officially enter the race for Missouri attorney general. » more
Fey a 2002 graduate of Lindbergh High School by Gloria Lloyd Concord resident Eric Fey is now one of the most powerful election officials in the state, after being tapped last week by the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners as the county's director of elections. » more
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