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Jamestown Mall, as seen in June 2017.

North County councilwoman will not support Jamestown Mall redevelopment as logistics park

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor June 16, 2021

Once again, the St. Louis County Council member who represents the area around the former Jamestown Mall has declined to support a proposed logistics development there. The St. Louis County Port Authority...

Mehlville School District buys land for future Oakville High auditorium, but it won’t happen any time soon

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor June 11, 2021

The Mehlville School District has purchased a house next to Oakville High School that could serve as the future site of the school’s first auditorium — but there are currently no plans to actually...

These two photos of Dennis Noftsinger were provided by police.

South County man missing, endangered after walking away from Sylvan House

June 9, 2021

A South County man is missing, and police have issued an endangered silver advisory to try and find him. The Missouri State Highway Patrol is looking for Dennis Robert Noftsinger, 71, who was last...

Above is a rendering of the 100-acre proposed redevelopment 'Tesson Ridge,' consisting of more than 100 single-family homes and villas, a 210-unit apartment complex and 8 acres of commercial sites.

Tesson Ridge redevelopment of 100-acre MetLife site is up for zoning next week

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor June 9, 2021

The 100-acre Tesson Ridge redevelopment of the former MetLife property along Tesson Ferry Road is up for St. Louis County zoning next week. The videoconferenced public hearing will be held by the county...

Man sentenced to 22 years in prison for murder of Affton woman in 2017

Man sentenced to 22 years in prison for murder of Affton woman in 2017

June 8, 2021

A man was sentenced Tuesday to 22 years in prison for murder for allegedly stabbing an Affton woman to death for money in 2017. Danijel Colic, 27, was sentenced to 22 years in prison for second-degree...

Former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger exits the Thomas F. Eagleton U.S. Courthouse in downtown St. Louis May 3, 2019, after pleading guilty to three charges of theft of honest services/bribery and mail fraud. Stenger initially pleaded not guilty to the charges at an arraignment April 29 after an April 25 indictment was unsealed that morning, prompting Stenger to resign as county executive minutes later.

Stenger released from prison, back in St. Louis

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor June 8, 2021

Former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger is out of prison and back in St. Louis. Stenger, a Democrat, served as South County’s County Council member until he was elected county executive, taking...

The demolished Crestwood Plaza. Dierbergs and McBride Homes will work together to develop the former Crestwood Court mall site, taking over from former developer Walpert Properties, whose development proposal fell through due to COVID.

Crestwood asks for public comment ahead of first public hearing on mall TIF

June 8, 2021

The Crestwood TIF Commission is holding a public hearing June 17 to hear comments from the public regarding Dierbergs’ proposed redevelopment plan for the Crestwood mall site. The hearing will be...

A rendering of the 'Oakwood' home model in the proposed development.

Oakville subdivision OK’d with less setback

By Gloria Lloyd, News Editor June 3, 2021

The St. Louis County Council approved a new 26-acre subdivision off Fine Road in Oakville after developer McBride Berra Land Company made a concession to the Planning Commission. A zoning recommendation...

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