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May 27, 2015
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Samuel Kennerly's memorial marker dedicated

Patriot's exact grave location is unknown

The Olde Towne Fenton Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution hosted a ceremony May 17 to dedicate the memorial marker of Revolutionary War patriot Samuel Kennerly in Memorial Section B at Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. The ceremony marked the end of a six-year quest to seek recognition for Samuel Kennerly and honor his service in the Revolutionary War. While Samuel Kennerly was buried in the Old Post section of the cemetery, his marker had deteriorated and was lost over time, so his exact grave location is unknown. Pictured at the ceremony, from left, are: Olde Towne Fenton Chapter members Nora Zimmer and Linda Kanevsky and Olivia Thomure, president of the Samuel Kennerly Society, Children of the American Revolution. Placing roses on the memorial marker is family member and retired U.S. Air Force Col. D.R. Kenerley....more >>
May 27, 2015

New developments OK'd in Sunset Hills

Pretzels from new business receive Furrer's mayoral OK

At the first two meetings of the new Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen, the board has paved the way for a number of new developments in the city, including a pizza restaurant to replace the old House of Maret and Growlers Pub location....more >>
May 20, 2015
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Crestwood's strategy on mall plan not working, ex-mayor says

Schlink believes developer should address community

Former Crestwood Mayor Jeff Schlink last week urged city officials to re-evaluate the strategy they've used so far for the proposed redevelopment of the former Crestwood Plaza....more >>
May 20, 2015
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Furrer 'sickened by my aldermen' after parks board nominee nixed

Mayor pledges to bring back nomination at June meeting

Sunset Hills Mayor Mark Furrer said he is "sickened by my aldermen" who are an "embarrassment to the city," after aldermen rejected his nominee for a second time last week so that their former colleague, former Ward 3 Alderman Jan Hoffmann, can stay on the Parks and Recreation Board....more >>
May 20, 2015

County executive delivering on his campaign promises, reader says

Letter to the Editor

To the editor: I read, with interest, Tom Sullivan's letter about County Executive Steve Stenger's actions not matching his campaign promises....more >>
May 13, 2015
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No decision yet on proposal for Johnny's site

'Higher,' 'better use' for site, chair of planning panel says

The county Planning Commission will again consider whether to approve a new gas station for the former site of Johnny's Market at the intersection of Gravois, Denny and Sappington roads....more >>
May 13, 2015
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Lindbergh board upholds termination of teacher's contract

Teacher had been accused of statutory sodomy with student

The Lindbergh Board of Education voted in closed session last week to uphold the termination of a Sperreng Middle School teacher's contract....more >>
May 13, 2015
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QAS eighth-grade class makes curriculum donation

Gift will fund introduction of PLTW/STEM into school's curriculum

The Queen of All Saints eighth-grade class of 2015 last week made a donation to fund the introduction of Project Lead the Way/Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or PLTW/STEM, into the school's curriculum for the coming year....more >>
May 13, 2015
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Lindbergh board unanimously OKs resolution opposing residential TIFs

Proposed Lindbergh budget projecting a surplus of $449

The same day last week that Lindbergh Schools officials met with the Crestwood mall developer for the first time, the Board of Education voted unanimously to approve a resolution opposing a key aspect of the proposal for the mall site — tax-increment financing for residential development....more >>
May 13, 2015

CORP seeks volunteers to help area seniors

The County Older Resident Programs, or CORP, a division of St. Louis County's Department of Human Services, is seeking volunteers to help seniors stay in their own homes....more >>
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