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The Sappington House Foundation hosts an open house at the Joseph Sappington Cabin Nov. 20, ahead of the cabin’s disassembly, move and reassembly at a Crestwood park. The cabin was built in 1816 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Historic Joseph Sappington Cabin welcomes visitors for last time before move to Crestwood

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor November 30, 2021

The Joseph Sappington Log Cabin welcomed visitors for the last time last month during an open house ahead of the structure’s disassembly and move to Crestwood.  The Sappington House Foundation hosted...

The Lindbergh field hockey team during its 13-1 2021 season where it allowed 0 goals in regulation. The Flyers fell to Lafayette in a playoff shootout.

Lindbergh field hockey completes perfect defensive season

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter November 27, 2021

Few teams in sports where goals exist can say they’ve gone a full season without allowing one, but that’s exactly what Lindbergh’s field hockey team did in 2021. The team finished 13-1 while allowing...

Crestwood City Hall

Aldermen approve redistricting of wards

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter November 27, 2021

The Crestwood Board of Aldermen unanimously voted to accept the city’s new redistricting map at its meeting Nov. 9.  After the 2020 Census identified population growth in all four of Crestwood’s...

The Sappington House

Historic St. Louis hosting holiday tour day

November 27, 2021

Historic St. Louis is linking together 20 historic sites next month for A Spirited Holiday Past, a themed tour day. During the one-day event, each venue will be decorated with a festive flair. Many...

Lindbergh residents continue bid for book ban, Mehlville could follow

Lindbergh residents continue bid for book ban, Mehlville could follow

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter November 25, 2021

Last month, Lindbergh parents began the process of an official challenge of 15 books in the high school library, mostly chosen for graphic sexual content. The challenge was again the focus of non-agenda...

Lindbergh refinances Prop G bonds, will save taxpayers millions of dollars

Lindbergh refinances Prop G bonds, will save taxpayers millions of dollars

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter November 17, 2021

The Lindbergh Board of Education voted unanimously Oct. 21 to refinance Proposition G general obligation bonds, which at current low interest rates would save taxpayers approximately $4 million in the...

The site plan of the proposed Crestwood Crossing redevelopment.

Special meeting called for Crestwood mall redevelopment

November 12, 2021

This is a developing story. Continue to check callnewspapers.com for the latest news about the Crestwood mall redevelopment.  The Crestwood Board of Alderman is holding a special meeting Tuesday to...

Lindbergh Early Childhood helps hunger kick the can

Lindbergh Early Childhood helps hunger kick the can

November 12, 2021

Lindbergh Schools Early Childhood Education families helped collect over 1,800 items for the school’s canned food drive last week. For the last 20 years, Lindbergh ECE has partnered with the Carondelet...

Santa Ted at Christmas in Crestwood in 2018.

Christmas in Crestwood begins this month, Santa will return

November 11, 2021

Christmas in Crestwood kicks off nearly two months of activities Friday, the city’s birthday, with several community focused activities. Starting Nov. 12, students K-12 can submit holiday stories...

Unity Week highlights acceptance, inclusion at Lindbergh

Unity Week highlights acceptance, inclusion at Lindbergh

November 5, 2021

Lindbergh Schools celebrated Unity Week last month from Oct. 18-22.  National Unity Day takes place every year and was Oct. 20 this year. To celebrate, Lindbergh Schools students and staff wore orange...

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