by Gloria Lloyd Students at Mehlville and Oakville high schools could gain class options beyond block scheduling as soon as the 2018-2019 school year if the Board of Education signs on to the Schedule Review Committee’s recommendation next week. » more
Aldermen to weigh approval of 2017 budget and Court Drive on Tuesday by Gloria Lloyd If Sunset Hills City Administrator Eric Sterman could sum up the city’s proposed 2017 budget in one word, it would be "stable." » more
Goal for third term is for district to be debt free
by Mike Anthony Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors Chairman Aaron Hilmer plans to seek a third six-year term in the April 4 election. » more
Trees available at new Oakville location Each year, Treats Unleashed shops work with area rescues and shelters to make the holidays a little brighter for pets waiting for their forever families. » more
Alexander posts some of Mizzou's all-time best scores in two events With help from Crestwood freshman Nick Alexander, the University of Missouri-Columbia men’s swimming and diving team nabbed a team title at the Mizzou Invite last week. » more
Reuniting St. Louis city, county
Would you support the city of St. Louis becoming the 91st municipality in St. Louis County, as currently being discussed by the Municipal League of Metro St. Louis?
Suggestions to be accepted through Monday Although it is not yet certain that the new school of innovation proposed for the Mehlville School District will be approved by the Board of Education next month, the district is asking for suggestions of what to name the lottery-based elementary school » more
These Blades Elementary School students recently were named Terrific Kids of the Month by the Kiwanis Club of South County and the Dairy Queen on South Lindbergh Boulevard. They were honored for their hard work and great improvement in effort, reading » more
Newspaper readers whip up some tasty holiday creations
Readers continue to prove they are extremely creative cooks, as evidenced by the concoctions submitted for the newspaper’s annual Home for the Holidays Recipe Contest. »» more
New research conducted at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Human Nutri-tion Research Center on Aging at Tufts University and presented to the Society for Neuroscience revealed that strawberries might effectively combat age-related cognitive decline. » more
Turnout was brisk Saturday at the Mehlville Fire Protection District’s annual holiday food drive at Engine House No. 5, 11020 Mueller Road, Green Park. During the event, children visited with Santa and Mrs. Claus and learned about fire safety from » more
Christmas in Crestwood kicked off Saturday with Santa Claus’ arrival on a city fire truck at the Government Center. After children visited with Santa, the celebration continued at Watson Auto Care Plaza with the first Christmas in Crestwood Car » more
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