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MSD $500 million bond issue, Proposition Y, goes to St. Louis County and city voters in April

MSD $500 million bond issue, Proposition Y, goes to St. Louis County and city voters in April

February 4, 2021

The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District is asking voters in St. Louis County and the city of St. Louis to make a decision this spring on a $500 million bond issue that will increase wastewater rates...

The planned Meramec River Bridge replacement.

Interstate 44/Interstate 270 traffic shift won’t happen until Feb. 11 due to weather

February 3, 2021

A traffic lane shift that will move traffic at the Interstate 44 and Interstate 270 interchange in South County will not happen until next week due to anticipated cold weather that would prevent work next...

Members of the Visiting Nurses Association, National Guard, county employees and volunteers help administer the vaccine at the mass vaccination site in Ferguson Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021. In addition to the mass vaccination site at the Florissant Valley campus of St. Louis Community College, additional vaccination sites are open in the Mehlville, Affton and Eureka fire protection districts, which began administering vaccines to eligible members of the public who had appointments Thursday, Feb. 4.

GALLERY: St. Louis County’s mass vaccination site opens Wednesday

February 2, 2021

St. Louis County's first mass vaccination site, at the Florissant Valley campus of St. Louis Community College in Ferguson, is expected to open for public vaccinations Wednesday.  The county conducted...

A Lindbergh school nurse gets the COVID-19 vaccine at Mercy St. Louis Hospital in January 2021.

St. Louis County to open vaccine sites at Affton, Mehlville, Eureka firehouses

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor February 2, 2021

The St. Louis County Department of Public Health is planning to open two vaccine sites in South County and one in Eureka, in addition to the mass vaccination site set to open Wednesday in Ferguson. The...

Curbside pickup was open at Helen Fitzgerald's in Sunset Hills March 18.

COVID-19 curfew for St. Louis County bars and restaurants extended to 11 p.m.

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor February 2, 2021

St. Louis County extended the COVID-19 curfew for restaurants and bars Monday to 11 p.m. from 10 p.m., a move that will give those struggling businesses one more hour to take reservations at 25-percent...

Horizontal shot of a road closed sign.

Interstate 44/Interstate 270 interchange drivers will see traffic shift this month ahead of new ramp opening

February 1, 2021

Drivers who use the Interstate 44 and Interstate 270 interchange in southwest St. Louis County should be prepared for traffic shifts later this week. All work is weather permitting, the Missouri Department...

Outdoor learning in fall 2020 at Abiding Savior Lutheran School in South County.

South County Lutheran schools accepting tours by appointment, celebrating National Lutheran Schools Week

February 1, 2021

More than 8,000 students at 34 Lutheran schools in the St. Louis area celebrated National Lutheran Schools Week, Jan. 24-30, 2021. The schools, members of the St. Louis-based Lutheran Elementary School...

Top 10 Stories of Year: Dominated by COVID-19, but other things happened

Top 10 Stories of Year: Dominated by COVID-19, but other things happened

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor January 30, 2021

It’s never been more obvious what the top story of a year was, as 2020 will always be remembered as the year a global pandemic stopped life as we know it everywhere. But South County also made national...

Intensive care nurse Nicole Boyer speaks with reporters after being one of the first 20 nurses at Mercy Hospital South to receive the COVID-19 vaccine Monday, Dec. 14, 2020. Boyer, who works in the ICU, has seen 'the worst of the worst' of COVID-19 cases.

St. Louis County announces plan for mass vaccination sites, starting in Ferguson

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor January 27, 2021

St. Louis County will open a mass COVID-19 vaccination site in Ferguson, with plans to open similar sites across the county, but it’s not yet known when the site will open and how many vaccines the state...

Members of the Lindbergh High School Class of 2020 graduate in masks at an outdoor drive-in graduation at the PowerPlex in Hazelwood in June 2020.

Lindbergh High School moves to four days a week in person

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter January 27, 2021

Lindbergh High School students will begin to attend in-person class four days a week instead of the current two days a week of in-person learning with three days of virtual learning. Superintendent Tony...

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