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First Missouri Credit Union, Kenrick's win People's Choice Awards

First Missouri Credit Union and Kenrick's Meats and Catering won the 2012 People's Choice Awards for best business booth and best restaurant booth, respectively, at the fourth annual Fall Flavor Festival at Hancock Place Elementary School. ...more >>

Breaking news: County releases final unofficial election results

Stenger retains 6th District County Council seat

The county Board of Election Commissioners released final unofficial results of Tuesday's election at 12:48 a.m. Wednesday:...more >>

Construction begins on Mehlville School District auditorium

Work on new tennis courts continues at middle school

Construction began last week at Mehlville Senior High School for the district's $6 million auditorium project....more >>

Dooley's recommended '13 budget proposes 2.5-percent pay increase

Dooley proposes no change in county's tax rate for 2013

County Executive Charlie Dooley's recommended 2013 budget for St. Louis County "is the budget that we should have had last year," according to 6th District County Councilman Steve Stenger, D-Affton....more >>

Knost 'pretty confident' district will offer free, full-day kindergarten in 2013- 2014

Full-day kindergarten slated to be discussed on Nov. 29

The Mehlville School District should be able to offer tuition-free, full-day kindergarten for the 2013-2014 school year, according to a preliminary enrollment analysis....more >>

Stenger outpaces Pousosa in campaign contributions

Sixth District County Councilman Steve Stenger's committee, Citizens for Steve Stenger, raised more than 10 times the amount of his opponent, Republican Tony Pousosa, in his re-election bid....more >>

MFPD board eyes OK of '13 health benefits

Medical insurance premium could increase by 8.8 percent

Employee health benefits for 2013 were scheduled to be considered this week by the Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors....more >>

Crestwood year-to-date overall fund balance up more than $630,000

Though all three of Crestwood's funds decreased overall by $460,366 for the third-quarter, the city increased its year-to-date overall fund balance by more than $630,000....more >>

Crestwood public works director submits resignation

Crestwood Public Works Director Jim Eckrich submitted his resignation to the city, effective Nov. 28....more >>

Grantwood Village marks 75th anniversary

Grantwood Village celebrated its 75th anniversary Saturday with the release of a book about the village's history written by residents Katy Forand and Kevin Bley. County Executive Charlie Dooley was the keynote speaker at the event, which took place at the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site. Others attending included 5th District County Councilman Pat Dolan, John Judd of Sen. Jim Lembke's office and Grantwood Village Trustees Walter Rust and Bob Bess. Pictured, from left, are Bley, Forand, Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site Superintendent Tim Good and Dooley. For additional information about the book, 'The Town of Grantwood Village: the Story of a Historic City,' visit >>

Concord residents honored with volunteer service award

Concord residents Anne and Ron Oestreich recently received the President's Volunteer Service Award for their work with hosting foreign-exchange students....more >>
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South county Marine finishes the Basic School for officers

Marine Lt. Patrick F. Fitzgibbons recently completed the Basic School for officers at Quantico, Va....more >>

Lindbergh High summer reading program a success

Lindbergh High School's annual summer reading program once again was a success, with students reporting they collectively read more than 3,300 books during their time off school, a news release stated....more >>

Sunset Ford, Affton School District partner to raise funds

Sunset Ford, Affton School District and members of the local community helped raise $8,000 for Affton Strong, a districtwide persistence to graduation program implemented this year. ...more >>

Green Park girls on a roll

This Green Park Lutheran School's seventh- and eighth-grade girls' volleyball team is on a roll this season, capturing first place in at least four tournaments. 'The girls work so hard. They want to succeed so much and are willing to put forth the effort to improve constantly,' Coach Phil Griffith stated in a news release. 'At no point this year have they even gave a hint of thinking they've worked hard enough. There is no quit in them ' Team members, front row, from left, are: Emma Lind and Caroline Derryberry. Middle row, from left, are: Anna Renner, McKenna Glaub, MacKenzie Nichols and Emma Hopfer. Back row, from left, are: Paige Miller, Maggie Federhofer, Maddie Horn, Sarah Baese, Sam Brinkmann, Abby Welker and Griffith....more >>
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