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Mall redevelopment on hold until after election, Schlink says

Former alderman requesting a town-hall meeting on mall

Centrum Properties, the owner of Crestwood Court, has no intention of moving forward with the pending redevelopment of the mall until a new board is elected in April, according to Mayor Jeff Schlink....more >>

Lindbergh board gives green light to traffic plan for Long Elementary

Doercrest Drive citizen presents petition signed by more than 150 opposing plan

Lindbergh Schools' traffic plan for Long Elementary School was modified in an effort to "find a win-win solution with our neighbors," according to Superintendent Jim Simpson....more >>

Firm's selection may tarnish city's bid process, officials say

Ward 3 alderman says vote on firm comes from his heart

Some Crestwood aldermen raised concerns about the city's competitive bidding process possibly being tarnished after the board voted 4-3 last week to tentatively select a pool management company that was not the lowest bidder....more >>

Updated: Klund will remain on ballot in fire district race

Judge issues ruling Tuesday in Ryan's lawsuit

A St. Louis County Circuit Court judge ruled Tuesday that Mehlville Fire Protection District candidate Mike Klund will remain on the April 2 election ballot....more >>

At Miguel's urging, cost-of-living increases for employees to be discussed by board

Aldermen to discuss increase when board meets Tuesday

Cost-of-living increases for city employees will be discussed by the Crestwood Board of Aldermen next week at the urging of Ward 3 Alderman Jerry Miguel....more >>

Haefner honors Eagle Scout

Rep. Marsha Haefner, R-Oakville, presents Eagle Scout Grant VonderHaar with a resolution and a flag during a Boy Scout visit to the Capitol last week. VonderHaar had his Eagle Scout Honor Court Saturday. 'It is always a proud moment to congratulate these young men and celebrate such notable accomplishments,' Haefner stated in a news release....more >>

Lawmakers consider bill requiring schools explore evidence on evolution

A Missouri lawmaker defended legislation before a House committee Wednesday that would encourage public elementary and secondary school teachers to teach differing theories of evolution....more >>

Dooley kicks off effort targeting vacant, abandoned eyesores, problem properties

St. Louis County Executive Charlie A. Dooley will kick off an aggressive program targeting problem properties Monday by bringing down the long-vacant Glasgow Village Shopping Center, 100 Glashop Lane....more >>

Gun rights start heated debates in Missouri Capitol

Leara introduces bill to make it illegal for legislators to propose measures limiting gun rights

JEFFERSON CITY — As Congress considers tightening federal gun laws in response to last year's school shooting in Connecticut, Republicans in the Missouri Legislature moved last week to limit the power of any new federal measures within the state's borders....more >>

Joint chamber meeting rescheduled to Feb. 28

The Affton and South County chambers of commerce joint membership luncheon meeting and "cupcake war" set for today — Feb. 21 — has been rescheduled to Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Genesis Banquet Center, 4254 Telegraph Road....more >>

Nixon declares state of emergency in response to severe winter storm

Governor urges Missourians to avoid unnecessary travel

JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Jay Nixon today — Feb. 21 — declared a state of emergency in Missouri in response to severe winter weather that began early this morning, bringing hazardous travel and the possibility of power outages....more >>

Kiwanis Club honors Outstanding Student

The Kiwanis Club of Crestwood-Sunset Hills recently honored Ashley Harbaugh as its Student of the Month. Harbaugh, a Lindbergh High School senior, was honored because her hard work, reliability and leadership help her stand out as a role model to other students. She is a member of the cross country, soccer and basketball teams. She is a member of Try Putting Off Drinking, a group of students who make peer presentations about the effects of alcohol. Harbaugh has a passion and desire to become a nurse and plans to attend the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Pictured, from left, are: Kiwanis Club Past President Jim Sayler, Harbaugh and Jon Riethmeier, senior class counselor....more >>

Oakville Elks honor firefighters, police officers

Firefighters and police officers recently were honored during the annual First Responder Dinner and Awards Night sponsored by the Oakville Elks....more >>

Forum set March 14 for Lindbergh candidates

The Lindbergh Board of Education will conduct a candidate forum at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 14, in the school board meeting room of Early Childhood Education, 4814 S. Lindbergh Blvd....more >>

VIDEO: Mehlville School District conducts annual Academic Olympics

A team from Rogers Elemetary won the elementary team competition and a team from Bernard Middle School won the middle school team competition. Below is a video:...more >>

VIDEO: Hagemann Elementary students collect items for Angels Arms

Students at Hagemann Elementary just completed a project by collecting food and personal items for Angels Arms, an organization that gives children a temporary place to live if their parents end up in some kind of a crisis situation. Below is a video provided by the Mehlville School District that tells the story of children helping children....more >>

Mehlville residents can submit questions by email for board candidates

Mehlville School District residents can submit questions by email for the three Board of Education candidates who will participate in a forum at 7 p.m. Monday, March 18, in the Mehlville Senior High School Library, 3200 Lemay Ferry Road....more >>

Mehlville hockey team captures first-ever championship

First-year coach leads Panthers to victory

It was like the conclusion of a classic Hollywood script about an underdog team led by a first-year coach that climbed its way through the standings to capture its first-ever championship....more >>
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