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May 25, 2016
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Breaking ground for the $104 million Crestwood Plaza redevelopment Tuesday. from left, are: Pamela Wucher of UrbanStreet, UrbanStreet managing partner Bob Burk, Sen. Scott Sifton, D-Crestwood, Mayor Gregg Roby, Rep. Jeanne Kirkton, D-Webster Groves, and City Administrator Kris Simpson. Photo by Gloria Lloyd.

VIDEO: UrbanStreet breaks ground for Crestwood mall demolition

Mall top development priority in south county, Sifton says

It's not every day that a developer breaks ground for a demolition rather than construction on a project, and it's not every day that a groundbreaking includes a mini-demolition demonstration — but everyone involved with the groundbreaking for the Crestwood Plaza demolition Tuesday agreed this project was unlike any they'd ever seen....more >>
May 25, 2016
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VIDEO: Lindbergh High School students walk out to protest teacher salaries

Lindbergh Schools teachers have protested their salaries since last year, and students at Lindbergh High School joined them Tuesday, walking out of final exams to show their support for what they see is an underappreciated, underpaid Lindbergh staff....more >>
May 25, 2016
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LHS students selected for Federal Reserve Student Board of Directors

Lindbergh High School students Joshua Berry and Joshua Long have been selected for the 2015-2016 St. Louis Federal Reserve Student Board of Directors....more >>
May 25, 2016
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PHOTOS: Volunteers build gardens at Grant's View Library

Garden is largest installation by Gateway Greening

Gateway Greening volunteer Cathy Viehman of Affton, left, helps build a new community garden at the Grant's View Branch County Library. The Grant's View garden, where all 28 beds are reserved for the 2016 growing season, is the latest edition of the St. Louis County Library's popular community gardening program and the only one that will be open this year, since the other gardens are at the currently closed Cliff Cave and Prairie Commons branches....more >>
May 18, 2016

Council hears Fey, Fuhr outline issues with election fiasco

Directors take responsibility for April 5 election problems

The county election directors at the center of the April 5 election debacle already explained what went wrong to state and election officials, and last week they outlined to the County Council the "perfect storm" that led to hundreds of voters being denied the right to vote....more >>
May 18, 2016
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VIDEO: Crestwood mall demolition begins

Complete process could take more than a year

Demolition began Friday outside the former Crestwood Plaza mall on the area of the 48-acre site where owner UrbanStreet Group proposes apartments for the $100 million redevelopment. Above, a contractor looks up as excavator 'Big Daddy' digs out one of the many areas of the mall overgrown with jungle-like trees....more >>
May 18, 2016
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Lindbergh celebrates 25th annual Spirit Festival

The Lindbergh community celebrated the 25th anniversary of the Lindbergh Spirit Festival on the Lindbergh High campus Saturday. The communitywide event featured games, rides, food, a parade and entertainment for all ages. The Spirit Festival Parade kicked off the festivities Saturday morning, beginning at Sperreng Middle School, traveling down Concord School Road to Roxanna Drive and ending at Lindbergh High....more >>
May 18, 2016
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Slow cooking offers tasty results

Eat a hot, wholesome meal on busy days

On those busy days when you don't have much time, a slow cooker can be the solution to getting a hot, wholesome meal on the table....more >>
May 18, 2016
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Six Lindbergh athletes commit to college play

Students to play soccer, wrestling, track, swimming, basketball, volleyball

Six Lindbergh High School student-athletes recently committed to college teams and will advance their careers in soccer, wrestling, track, swimming, basketball and volleyball....more >>
May 18, 2016
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Water main replacement set along Concord School Road

Project will replace pipe between Tesson Ferry, Sappington

Beginning the first week of June, Missouri American Water crews will replace about 4,800 feet of 1930s-vintage, eight-inch diameter water main along Concord School Road between Tesson Ferry Road and Sappington Road....more >>
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