by Gloria Lloyd At an informational event set up by a resident last week, Mayor Gregg Roby said deferred capital needs are more than Crestwood’s budget can handle and he would favor a tax-rate increase to fix the city’s infrastructure. » more
by Gloria Lloyd The city of St. Louis has joined a national movement to increase the minimum wage, and though similar efforts have stalled in the county, higher wages in the city could have a local economic impact. » more
Advocacy group slates rally to support Prop R by Gloria Lloyd The public can meet new Mehlville School District Superintendent Chris Gaines and learn about the district through a "State of the District" event next week. » more
Administrative cuts take toll on staff, superintendent says by Gloria Lloyd With a new school year and a new era underway in the Mehlville School District with Superintendent Chris Gaines, Central Office administrators are shuffling to new positions and taking on extra duties to make up for the axing of a key position in this » more
Broughton’s ethics complaint against Hamilton dismissed by Mike Anthony A Green Park alderman who said he would sue the city recently declined to answer a fellow alderman’s question about whether a lawsuit had been filed. » more
Ritenour dominates Mehlville 51-7 by Robert Chalupny The Mehlville Senior High School football team will tackle one of its closest rivals when the Panthers host the Lindbergh Flyers Friday night. » more
Pattonville prevails over Flyers by Robert Chalupny The Lindbergh High School football team will have to wait for another chance to record their first win in the young 2015 season after the Flyers lost their second consecutive game this year.
The Flyers fell 44-12 to a very tough Pattonville team Friday » more
Sylvan Springs Park
Should St. Louis County sell 38 acres of the 72-acre Sylvan Springs Park to the federal government to allow the expansion of Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery?
Mark Joseph Messler and Drew Michael Hensel recently received their white coats in Columbia, becoming members of the Mizzou Medical School Class of 2019. Both students graduated summa cum laude from the University of Missouri. Messler, a graduate of » more
Queen of All Saints recently received a generous technology grant from a trust established by Cathy Coughlin, a former senior vice president and global marketing officer for AT&T, who passed away in April. » more
Oriental flavors add character to spice up barbecue sauce by Bill Milligan I made this barbecue sauce one hot summer day after I purchased some baby back pork ribs our meat market had advertised in our newspaper. » more
by Bill Milligan I associate this red cabbage with German food and nearly always serve it when I’m serving a German meal.
My wife doesn’t like German food as much as I do, but I just have to have something with a vinegary taste periodically. » more
$20,000 reward offered for information on Linda McLaughlin's disappearance by Gloria Lloyd Police are still searching for a Sunset Hills woman three months after she went missing with no explanation, and friends and family members who held a third candlelight vigil for her Tuesday night said they still hope for a miracle. » more
Murphy no longer looks to run for Missouri House by Gloria Lloyd In the latest shakeup in 2016 south county races, Rep. Marsha Haefner, R-Oakville, announced this week that she will not run for the 1st District Missouri Senate seat currently held by Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Affton, and will instead seek re-election to » more
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