Green Park News

Boil order lifted immediately for parts of South County

The precautionary boil order issued yesterday for a portion of St. Louis County has been lifted effective immediately, Missouri American Water said Sunday. Customers in the affected area are being contacted by the company’s reverse 911 system now. The affected area includes Crestwood, Affton, Green Park and parts of Sunset Hills and Concord, as seen in

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Boil order issued for part of South County after failed water test

Missouri American Water is issuing a precautionary boil advisory for part of South St. Louis County. The affected area includes Crestwood, Affton, Green Park and parts of Sunset Hills and Concord, as seen in the pictured map. It runs roughly from Glendale, Shrewsbury and Webster Groves south to the intersection of Interstate 270 and Interstate 55,

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Better Together withdraws merger plan due to statewide vote, Stenger

Pictured above: Then-County Executive Steve Stenger presents a proclamation declaring “Chancellor Mark Wrighton Day” in St. Louis County April 8 to honor Wrighton’s retirement as Washington University chancellor this summer, in a photo Stenger posted to his county executive Twitter account. A city-county merger for St. Louis is off the table, for now anyway. Better

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Stenger will plead guilty on federal corruption charges Friday

Pictured above: County Executive Steve Stenger at the Aug. 1 County Council meeting. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer. Former County Executive Steve Stenger will plead guilty on federal corruption charges Friday morning, federal prosecutors said. Prosecutors sent a notice that they will hold a guilty plea hearing at 10:30 a.m. in the case of “United States

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Two local Steak ‘n Shakes among closures

Pictured above: The Green Park Steak ‘n Shake sits unoccupied, April 5. Photo by Erin Achenbach. Two South County Steak ’n Shakes are temporarily closed, the most recent in a trend of what the restaurant chain says are temporary closures across the St. Louis region. According to a sign posted on the door of the

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