Phone: (314) 843-0102
Fax: (314) 843-0508
flag image

Please install Flash® and turn on Javascript.

Top Stories

Dooley’s leadership challenged by county executive opponents

by Gloria Lloyd
Candidates from across the political spectrum challenged the leadership of longtime County Executive Charlie Dooley at a forum last week, in what will apparently be the only time any of the candidates answer questions together before the Aug. 5 primary election. » more

Stenger, Dooley continue to face off in variety of venues as primary nears

by Gloria Lloyd
With the Aug. 5 primary election nearing, County Executive Charlie Dooley and 6th District Councilman Steve Stenger, D-Affton, faced off last week in and out of the council chambers, at a candidate forum, on television airwaves and in Dooley’s first-ever veto. » more

Review concludes Tesson Ferry Library move done with full input from public

County review finds no fault on part of any library officials
by Gloria Lloyd
A county review of the Tesson Ferry Branch Library move concluded St. Louis County Library officials made a cost-saving decision to move the library with full input from the public, and that any residents who have criticized the decision based their » more

Pousosa, Stream vying for GOP nod in Aug. 5 primary for county’s top post

Republican candidates give their views on county issues
by Mike Anthony
A Green Park alderman and a state representative are vying for the Republican Party’s nomination for county executive in the Aug. 5 primary. » more

Crestwood city clerk resigns

Administrator names Ingold acting city clerk
by Mike Anthony
Crestwood City Clerk Tina Flowers has resigned her position, effective Friday, July 25. » more

K2 Commercial Group purchases Johnny's Market

Plans for site still being reviewed
A local commercial real estate company has purchased the former Johnny’s Market at Gravois and Sappington roads. » more

Southside Dirtbags win SLABA 18U title

Oliver tosses complete game against Capitals
by Robert Chalupny
Southside Dirtbags pitcher and recent Oakville High graduate Andy Oliver tossed a complete game to help his team finish the sweep in a best-of-three series over the St. Charles Capitals for the St. Louis Amateur Baseball Association 18U title Saturday » more

Dirtbags capture Midwest Freedom Classic

Squad pummels competition, goes 7-0 in tourney
by Robert Chalupny
The Southside Dirtbags 18U baseball team won its first tournament of the 2014 season, pummeling the competition and going 7-0 in last weekend's Midwest Freedom Classic. » more


Future of Oakville
Citizens for Responsive Government is a steering committee currently researching the options of incorporation, annexation or forming a new county for the Oakville area. What would you prefer?

Foundation to purchase laptops for city students

Pledge drive kicks off
The Wendl Foundation, a south county 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, is kicking off a pledge drive today — Friday — on the crowdfunding website » more

Sappington Elementary receives technology grant

Sappington Elementary has been awarded a $72,600 grant from the Innovative Technology Education Fund, a nonprofit foundation that supports innovation in education by funding advanced classroom technology for area schools. » more

Klug named principal of Abiding Savior Lutheran School

'Momentum at this school is tremendous,' Klug says
Zachary Klug recently begin his duties as the new principal of Abiding Savior Lutheran School, a ministry mission of Abiding Savior Lutheran Church. » more
call image

‘Safety first’ best recipe for great grilling season

Grilling is one of America’s favorite pastimes and a popular summer activity in backyards across the country. »» more

Fajitas help stretch steak portions, budget

by Bill Milligan
I like the sound of fajitas sizzling in their pan as they’re brought out to patrons at Mexican restaurants. » more

Freshen up salads with sweet, juicy pears

Bring a sweet touch to your salads by adding fresh pears. » more

Fifth annual Route 66 Car Cruise set Aug. 9

Proceeds will benefit Project Backpack-St. Louis
The fifth annual Crestwood-Sunset Hills Route 66 Car Cruise, set for Saturday, Aug. 9, will offer a free day of family fun. » more

St. Philip's to offer Vacation Bible School

The women of St. Philip's United Church of Christ have gathered once a week since early May to prepare materials and decorations for Vacation Bible School. » more

Green Park mayor slams library review

County review finds no fault on part of any library officials
by Gloria Lloyd
Green Park Mayor Bob Reinagel said so much is inaccurate in a "ridiculous" county review of the Tesson Ferry Branch Library move that he did not know where to begin talking about it. » more
Site Search

Type in your zip code and click "Go" to get your 7-day forecast.