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Part of Gravois to be renamed for Snyder

Pictured above: The Affton Southwest Precinct, as seen when residents decorated the patrol car of fallen Officer Blake Snyder after he was killed in the line of duty in October 2016. Rep. Doug Beck, D-Affton, will host a reception this weekend to officially reveal the signs designating parts of Gravois Road and Highway 30 “Officer

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Crestwood forum set for mayoral election

A forum for the three candidates running in the special election for Crestwood mayor will take place Thursday, Oct. 25. Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie, Christopher Court and Neil Brown are seeking election Nov. 6. The winner will serve until April 2020. The candidate forum, co-sponsored by Call Newspapers and the League of Women Voters,

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Beck, Heisse to discuss issues in a forum

The Affton Community Improvement Association is hosting a forum between Rep. Doug Beck, D-Affton, and his Republican challenger for 92nd District Missouri House, Bill Heisse. The forum will take place at 11 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, at the organization’s meeting at the Seven Holy Founders Parish Center. The Parish Center is on Aliceton Avenue behind

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Forum set for 94th, 95th House races

Call Newspapers and the Mehlville High School Student Council are co-sponsoring a forum next week for the candidates running in the 94th and 95th District races for the Missouri House. Jim Murphy and Jean Pretto of the 94th and Michael O’Donnell and Mike Walter of the 95th are seeking election Nov. 6. The forum will

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South County Community Calendar: Week of October 18-October 24

Thursday, Oct. 18 Free walnuts, daily. You pick-up and carry away from dawn to dusk at any day at Sappington House Park, 1015 S. Sappington Road, 63126. No appointment necessary. St. Louis County Library is celebrating Teen Read Month this October. This month’s theme emphasizes outer space with several programs focusing on astronomy. Virtual reality

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Name change, upcoming concert for We Are One Community Choir

Logo courtesy of www.waocc.org. The We Are One Community Choir will be hosting a concert this weekend to celebrate its name change to Vita Cantus, meaning “Life Song.” The name change reflects the different relationship each choir member has with music. “Like songs, our lives are a blending of melody, harmony, and rhythm,” Director Bruce

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ModernSTL offers weekend tour of modern architecture in Crestwood

Enthusiasts of mid-centery modern architecture can join ModernSTL for a home tour through the historic Ridgewood neighborhood in Crestwood on Saturday, Oct. 13. ModernSTL is a modern-architecture preservation group in St. Louis. The Ridgewood neighborhood has 258 homes that were designed by local modern architect Ralph Fournier and built by Burton Duenke in 1951 to

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SSM Health offering free flu shots Saturday

SSM Health will offer free flu vaccinations on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 8 a.m. to noon at various locations in St. Louis County in an effort to reduce influenza risk. According to the Centers for Disease Control, getting the annual season flu vaccination is the best way to reduce the chances of being diagnosed with

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Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club forms new satellite group

Pictured above: Former Kiwanis International President Dr. John Button helps local Kiwanians beautify gardens and the lawn at Angels’ Arms’ south county house during his visit last year.  The Crestwood-Sunset Hill Kiwanis Club will be creating a local satellite club to offer people in the community the chance to volunteer with children in need. Those

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