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The Missouri State Capitol building in Jefferson City.

Missouri House gives initial approval to raising bar for voters to amend the constitution

By Jason Hancock, Missouri Independent February 7, 2023

Legislation to make it harder for voters to amend the state constitution through the initiative petition process won initial approval in the Missouri House Feb. 1. After more than two hours of debate,...

Board passes resolution against open enrollment

February 7, 2023

Read more of this story in the Feb. 23 print edition of The Call.  The Mehlville Board of Education approved a resolution last week opposing any statewide legislation regarding open enrollment. The...

Green Park City Hall

City of Green Park takes one of its former mayors to court

February 7, 2023

Read more of this story in the Feb. 23 print edition of The Call.  The City of Green Park is taking one of its former mayors to court. According to documents filed on Casenet, Green Park is taking former...

Crestwood addresses home-based businesses

Crestwood addresses home-based businesses

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor February 7, 2023

An ordinance to bring Crestwood city code into compliance with state law in response to legislation passed last year was recommended for approval by the Crestwood Planning and Zoning Commission Feb. 1. The...

St. Louis County Executive Sam Page speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Affton Southwest police precinct Oct. 19.

Page relaunches dormant county crime commission

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor February 7, 2023

A St. Louis County commission focused on combating crime in the region is set to reconvene later this month after a hiatus during the pandemic. County Executive Sam Page announced the revival of the Criminal...

South County Republican Club hosting Lindbergh board candidate forum

South County Republican Club hosting Lindbergh board candidate forum

February 7, 2023

The St. Louis County Family Association and South County Republican Club are hosting a forum Feb. 16 to hear from the five candidates running for three open seats on the Lindbergh Schools Board of Education...

The suspect as seen in an image pulled from security cameras.

Police identify South County car theft suspect

February 6, 2023

Editor's note: The police department stated on its Facebook page that the suspect has been identified as of Monday afternoon.  The St. Louis County Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance...

City recognizes ‘Christmas in Crestwood’ winners

February 3, 2023

Christmas in Crestwood recognized the winners of the “What I Love about Crestwood” essay contest and Santa photo scavenger hunt at the Jan. 24 Board of Aldermen meeting, pictured above. The winner...

Medical withdrawal program offered at Mercy South

Medical withdrawal program offered at Mercy South

February 3, 2023

Mercy Hospital is expanding its opioid and alcohol medical withdrawal management program to Mercy Hospital South. The hospital announced Jan. 26 the addition of the MercyStepOne Service at Mercy Hospital...

Gregory, Harder running for state senate

Gregory, Harder running for state senate

February 3, 2023

Former 96th District Rep. David Gregory, R-Sunset Hills, and St. Louis County Councilman Mark Harder of Ballwin have announced their plans to run for the Missouri Senate District 15 seat in the August...

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