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A paramedic from the Fenton Fire Protection District, above, gives a COVID-19 vaccine shot to a woman in the community room at the Affton Fire Protection District headquarters on Gravois Road while St. Louis County Executive Sam Page visited Friday, Feb. 12, 2021.

Lindbergh offers community vaccine clinic

April 12, 2021

Lindbergh Schools will be partnering with Pharmax Pharmacy to host a COVID-19 Vaccine Community Clinic at Central Office, 9350 Sappington Road, from 1-6:30 p.m., Thursday, April 15. This clinic is open...

Christopher Patrick Kozeny and Anne Nalty Hammet

Hammet and Kozeny announce April wedding day

April 5, 2021

Anne Nalty Hammet and Christopher Patrick Kozeny announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Margaret and David Hammet of Marion, Illinois. The groom-to-be is...

Jane and Barney Miller

Barney and Jane Miller celebrate 50 years of marriage

April 3, 2021

Barney and Jane Miller celebrated 50 years of marriage Jan. 23. Barney James Miller and the former Jane Ann Sawyer were married in Olathe, Kansas, Jan. 23, 1971. They are the parents of three children:...

Proper Cannabis, 7417 S. Lindbergh Blvd., near South County Center. The store will open in mid-April as a high-end retail store, and needed no zoning from St. Louis County because it is in a C-3 Commercial Shopping District, where dispensaries are allowed as a use.

Take our poll: Will you visit the new medical marijuana dispensaries?

April 3, 2021

Medical marijuana dispensaries are opening in South County ahead of marijuana high holiday 4/20. Our poll question this week asks: Will you visit the new medical marijuana dispensaries?

Kate Elizabeth Replogle

Adam and Maggie Replogle welcome second child, a girl

April 2, 2021

Adam and Maggie Replogle, of Quantico, Virginia, announce the birth of their second child, a girl named Kate Elizabeth. The baby was born March 20, 2020 at 10:27 p.m. at Stafford Hospital in Stafford,...

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen meeting had some special guests in 2019, when the city presented St. Louis Blues mascot Louie and Bob Plager, one of the franchise’s first players, with a proclamation honoring the Blues and their Stanley Cup-winning season. ‘The whole city of Crestwood was pulling for you, the whole St. Louis region was pulling for you,’ said Mayor Grant Mabie, above left, as he presentedLouie and Plager with a copy of the proclamation at the Aug. 27 meeting.

PHOTOS: Remembering Bob Plager’s 2019 visit to South County

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter April 2, 2021

St. Louisans are recalling decades of fond memories after St. Louis Blues hockey legend Bob Plager, 78, died last week. Plager died Wednesday, March 24, when his vehicle collided with another vehicle...

Incoming second-grader Aubrey Nicholson, first-grader Makenna Kessler and second-grader Moussa Moftin read their brand new books-together at the Bring Me a Book event in 2018.

Reading is a lifelong adventure; so is writing

By Carl Hendrickson, For the Call April 1, 2021

March. The third month. The month named after Mars, the Roman god of war.  What does the month mean to you? For some it is the beginning of spring.  For the Irish among us, it is the time of the St....

Laumeier Art Fair will be held online again

Laumeier Art Fair will be held online again

March 30, 2021

The longstanding Mother’s Day tradition of the Laumeier Art Fair will be online for a second year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Laumeier Sculpture Park announced to members and donors last week. Once...

Inside the Joseph Sappington House.

Sappington House raising funds to move historic cabin from Affton into Crestwood

March 29, 2021

Under a plan up for discussion at the Crestwood Board of Aldermen, a historic log house, pictured above, could be moved to Historic Sappington House where it would be preserved for future generations. In...

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