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A once in a lifetime birthday

Kelly and Elias Ford, of Mehlville, are convinced their son, Elias Ford Jr., won't have any trouble remembering his birthday as he grows up. The 7-pound, 5-ounce baby was born by C-section at St. Anthony's Medical Center at 12:12:12 p.m. on Dec. 12, 2012....more >>

Wendy's new ultra-modern design comes to south county

Customers will experience an ultra-modern new Wendy's when they visit the new Wendy's restaurant at 6925 S. Lindbergh Blvd....more >>

Lindbergh school board eyes approval of revised '12-'13 budget

School board eyes measure to refund bonds issued in '04

Approval of a revised budget for the 2012-2013 school year that projects an operating surplus of $58,040 was scheduled to be considered earlier this week by the Lindbergh Board of Education....more >>

Knost says solar panels at five schools are 'rich with curricular opportunities'

Solar panels to save district $130,000 over 20-year period

Solar panels installed at five Mehlville schools are "rich with curricular opportunities," according to Superintendent Eric Knost, despite the decision to install the panels being financial, not curricular....more >>

Crestwood board considers approval of city's 2013 budget

Motion by Trueblood to cut animal control position fails

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen recently gave initial approval to the city's 2013 budget, which includes a 1-percent, merit-based raise for city employees and reduced salaries for two administrative roles....more >>

Sunset Hills panel recommends denial of telecommunications tower

Board of Aldermen considers CUP to erect 190-foot tower

The Sunset Hills Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously last week to recommend denial of a conditional-use permit to construct a 190-foot telecommunications tower proposed as part of St. Louis County's new emergency communications network....more >>

Mehlville committee hears construction work updates

Cost of restroom renovations up by $8,000, committee told

The Mehlville School District's ongoing construction projects have yet to dip into contingency funds — and one project is coming in less than projected....more >>

Candidate filing begins for April 2 election

Candidate filing began today — Tuesday, Dec. 11 — for municipal seats up for election Tuesday, April 2....more >>

MSD board names Sprague interim executive director

Board to begin national search in 2013 for Theerman's replacement

The Board of Trustees of the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District has announced that Jonathon Sprague will be interim executive director, effective with Jeff Theerman's retirement on Jan. 11....more >>

Dooley issues statement regarding collector of revenue's resignation

County Executive Charlie Dooley today — Dec. 17 — issued the following statement about the resignation of Stacy L. Bailey, the newly hired collector of revenue:...more >>

Haefner named committee chair

Rep. Marsha Haefner, R-Oakville, has been appointed as chair of the House Appropriations Committee-Public Safety and Corrections by Missouri House Speaker Tim Jones....more >>

MFPD food drive continues

The Mehlville Fire Protection District's annual holiday food drive, which took place Saturday at Engine House No. 5, 11020 Mueller Road, Green Park, attracted the most people ever, according to district officials. At one point Saturday, parents and children were lined up outside the firehouse door to visit with Santa. The food drive will continue through Tuesday, Dec. 18. All canned foods and donations will go to Feed My People. Pictured with Santa, from left, are: Board of Directors Secretary Ed Ryan, Board of Directors Treasurer Bonnie Stegman and Chief Brian Hendricks. To view more photos from Saturday's event, visit >>

Planning Commission recommends OK of development at Gravois, Musick roads

The county Planning Commission voted last week to recommend approval of rezoning requests for a single-family development at Gravois and Musick roads....more >>

Proposed Petro Mart goes before aldermen

Public hearings on a proposed Petro Mart convenience store with gas pumps on South Lindbergh Boulevard were scheduled to be conducted earlier this week by the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen....more >>

Kiwanis Club assists Salvation Army

The Kiwanis Club of South County, with help from the Oakville and Mehlville senior high school Key Clubs, assists the Salvation Army annually with its Tree of Lights Campaign. Pictured are Kiwanis Club members Lee Bodendieck and Ed Kurmann, along with Oakville High Key Club members Sydney Bruns and Billy Walz. Mehlville High Key Club members will assist in the afternoon and evening....more >>

Bus drivers brighten Christmas for district families

Mehlville School District bus drivers once again are spreading holiday cheer by adopting two district families who need a helping hand for Christmas. ...more >>

Wohlwend student wins contest, Rams linebacker is the 'prize'

Third-grader Scott Bellovich and his father are like most people —they enter contests but never expect to win....more >>

LHS principal shares Blue Ribbon honor with board

Lindbergh High School Principal Ron Helms thanked Board of Education members for their support during the Dec. 11 meeting and presented them with the school's National Blue Ribbon awards from the U.S. Department of Education....more >>

Affton hosts local clergy at inaugural faith breakfast

Affton School District officials recently met with representatives from local churches to discuss updates in the schools and how both institutions can work together to meet the needs of Affton students and families, according to a district news release....more >>

Gotsch Intermediate students caught with character

Students at Gotsch Intermediate School in Affton strive to embody the school's character traits on a daily basis. Those who do and are "caught" demonstrating good character by teachers and staff members are entered into a monthly drawing to attend a special Pizza With Principals celebration with Principal Brian Smith and Assistant Principal Rose Davis....more >>

Mehlville raises more than $15,000 for JDRF

The battle against juvenile diabetes is getting an important boost from the Mehlville School District, according to a district news release. ...more >>

St. Louis County residents among 139 Ole Miss study abroad students

One south county student attending the University of Mississippi, or Ole Miss, will study abroad during the 2012-2013 academic year....more >>

Affton students hold pajama drive

Children love to get in their pajamas and read a great book before bedtime. So why not combine books and PJs into an amazing event that also teaches children about the importance of giving back?...more >>

Website helps those experiencing vision loss

Adults new to vision loss can take heart....more >>

Seniors poised to defend their basketball title

Getting older doesn't have to mean getting out of the game....more >>

South county talent bolsters STLCC-Archers

Five south county athletes were members of the St. Louis Community College Archers girls' soccer team that finished the season ranked 10th in the nation....more >>
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