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Take time to know the facts about generators

It is easy to feel more secure that your home can weather any storm if you have a generator to keep the lights and appliances on in an outage....more >>

Crestwood Court to be topic of mayor's town-hall meeting

As proposed, redevelopment would be done in two phases

The proposed redevelopment of Crestwood Court will be discussed next week during a town-hall meeting sponsored by Mayor Jeff Schlink....more >>

Crestwood aldermen give initial approval to city's '12 tax rates

Initial approval of Crestwood's tax rates for '12 opposed by Duncan, Tennessen

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen recently voted 6-2 to give initial approval to the city's 2012 tax rates....more >>

Most Mehlville employees could see increase in cost of their medical insurance

The majority of Mehlville School District employees could see their monthly health insurance premiums increase by nearly $40 if proposed rates were approved by the Board of Education earlier this week....more >>

Mehlville board looking to meet with legislators

Advocacy issues to be topic of '13 meeting with legislators

Mehlville Board of Education members plan to meet with newly elected local legislators in December, before an advocacy meeting to be scheduled later in the school year....more >>

Planning panel to consider CUP for former Paraclete site

Planning panel voted to table Moore's request last month

A request for a conditional-use permit to operate a library on the former Paraclete Fathers property at 13270 Maple Drive is scheduled to be considered next week by the Sunset Hills Planning and Zoning Commission....more >>

Voters to eye Special School District tax hike

Proposed 19-cent tax-rate hike a necessity, SSD Board of Education vice president says

Dan Cuneo, vice president of the Special School District Board of Education, does not want a tax-rate increase. But he said SSD's 19-cent tax-rate increase that will be on the Nov. 6 ballot is a necessity....more >>

Man charged after vehicle pursuit

The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's office has issued warrants on Robert K. Theiss, 41, of Bonne Terre, for one count of felony attempted stealing; one count of felony first-degree property damage; one count of misdemeanor assault of a law enforcement fficer; and one count of Felony Resisting/Interfering with Arrest. ...more >>

Young author pens series of five books before 14th birthday

Initial rejections of her book delighted 14-year-old author

Fourteen-year-old Hannah Hoffmeister set a goal to finish writing the five-book series she started at age 12 before she turned 14, and she succeeded....more >>

Oakville native hosts traveling 'Price Is Right' show at Fox

Newton hasn't looked back since hosting first game show

Oakville Senior High School alumnus Todd Newton will urge St. Louisans to "come on down," as he hosts the traveling "The Price Is Right," which stops Friday, Oct. 5, at the Fabulous Fox Theatre....more >>

Nazareth celebrates double anniversary

Nazareth Living Center in south county recently celebrated the presence and services of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet on its property for 140 years....more >>

Chamber golf tournament tees off Tuesday, Oct. 9

The South County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor its annual fall golf tournament, a four-person scramble, Tuesday, Oct. 9, at the Sunset Hills Golf Course, 13366 W. Watson Road, Sunset Hills....more >>

Rescheduled JB Blast to take place Oct. 5

The annual JB Blast event will take place Friday, Oct. 5, at Veterans Memorial Amphitheater in Jefferson Barracks Park....more >>

Abiding Savior observes Sept. 11 anniversary

Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade classes at Abiding Savior Lutheran School recently observed the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks with Capt. Dave Waser of the Mehlville Fire Protection District. Waser served in the immediate days following the attack at Ground Zero in New York City. His personal experiences and photographs were a poignant recognition of the tragedy to children, including sixth-graders who were the last generation born in a pre-Sept. 11, 2001, world, according to a news release....more >>

Sunset Hills foundation sponsors fundraiser

The Sunset Hills Conservation Foundation, or SHCF, a recently formed nonprofit dedicated to preserving green space, invites the community to a reception Saturday, Oct. 13, at Sunset Country Club....more >>

Point teachers lend a hand at Ronald McDonald House

Students throughout the Mehlville School District are the focus of character education on a weekly, if not daily, basis. But those lessons are also taken to heart by teachers and administrators. ...more >>

Spirit of St. Louis Marching Band finishes first in division

The Lindbergh High School Spirit of St. Louis Marching Band finished first in its division at the 32nd annual Metro East Marching Classic, which took place at O'Fallon Township High School in Illinois....more >>

Car wash raises funds for Sunday Night Lights

The Lindbergh High School Football Flyers — freshman, junior varsity and varsity — recently pulled together to raise money for Sunday Night Lights. The athletes sponsored a car wash, which raised more than $900 to fund the third annual community event that supports children with cancer throughout the area. Lindbergh student groups join together in Sunday Night Lights to provide a real football game experience for young boys and girls. The community is invited to attend this event on Oct. 7. For more information, visit >>

Oakville High slates parent-teacher conferences

Parent-teacher conferences will take place Thursday, Oct. 11, at Oakville Senior High School, 5557 Milburn Road....more >>

Affton School District plans technology forum

The Affton School District will host a community-led forum on technology used in its schools at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, in the Multipurpose Room at Affton Early Childhood, 9832 Reavis Road....more >>

Annual Fall Ball Senior Dance set Oct. 12 in Crestwood

The Crestwood Parks and Recreation Department and the County Older Residents Program will sponsor the 12th annual Fall Ball Senior Dance from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 12, at the Crestwood Community Center, 9245 Whitecliff Park Lane....more >>

Annual vaccination protects against flu

It may come as a surprise to learn that despite the fact older adults are more than 16 times more likely to be hospitalized due to the flu and its related complications than younger adults, nearly 30 percent of Americans age 65 and older remained unvaccinated this past flu season....more >>

Sunday Night Lights returns to LHS Oct. 7

Sunday Night Lights at Lindbergh High School returns Oct. 7 for a third year, providing a fun and exciting high school football game experience to young children with cancer and other blood-borne diseases....more >>
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