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MFPD continues vehicle search, buys demo truck

MFPD continues vehicle search, buys demo truck

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter May 6, 2022

With inflation and supply chain issues hitting the vehicle market, the Mehlville Fire Protection District Board of Directors has had to change the way it purchases fire trucks and ambulances. The board...

The office building in Green Park owned by Bahn Real Estate.

County planning panel tables medical use proposal

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter May 5, 2022

A proposal to upgrade a building near the Five Oaks subdivision in Concord was tabled by the St. Louis County Planning Commission April 26. The plan would allow the currently unoccupied building at...

Accepted donation items for the Weinman Shelter.

St. Louis County domestic violence shelter seeking donations

May 4, 2022

The Kathy J. Weinman Shelter is the only emergency shelter for domestic violence survivors in St. Louis County and it has recently begun collecting donations for survivors at the shelter. The donation...

Star Wars Fan Fest is back at Grants View

Star Wars Fan Fest is back at Grant’s View

May 3, 2022

The St. Louis County Library has announced the return of one its most popular programs – the Star Wars Fan Fest this Friday. The 2022 Star Wars Fan Fest will feature appearances by “This Week! In Star...

Jamestown Mall, as seen in June 2017.

Council allocates ARPA money for mall, attorneys

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor May 3, 2022

Jamestown Mall is closer to coming down after the St. Louis County Council unanimously passed a bill April 26 that allots $6 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding to demolish the building.  The...

Horizontal shot of a road closed sign.

US Route 61/67 to see nightly delays this week

May 2, 2022

Motorists traveling U.S. Route 61/67 in Arnold can expect nightly delays Wednesday through Friday. Crews will be shutting down southbound Route 61/67 just north of Route 231/Telegraph Road for pipe...

County planning hears vehicle repair shop

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter May 1, 2022

A proposal for a car repair shop on Lemay Ferry Road north of Southcrest Way was heard by the St. Louis County Planning Commission April 12. The proposal is on a .92 acre lot. It features four service...

Grantwood considers changes to siding rules

Grantwood considers changes to siding rules

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter April 30, 2022

Grantwood Village may add more siding choices to its city code after the Board of Trustees discussed a possible change April 19. Currently the village only allows brick, stone or stucco exterior with...

The historic Session or Kassebaum building, as seen on Google Maps, would be demolished under a proposal for a new QuikTrip at Lemay Ferry and Butler Hill roads.

Vote on Kassebaum QuikTrip held at petitioner’s request

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor April 29, 2022

A vote by the St. Louis County Planning Commission on a proposed QuikTrip on Lemay Ferry Road at the site of the former Kassebaum Building was held at the commission and petitioner’s request April 11.  QuikTrip...

Lindbergh Superintendent Tony Lake (left) presents former Board Director Mike Tsichlis with a plaque commemorating his time on the board.

Former BoE director sets sights on higher office

By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter April 28, 2022

Mike Tsichlis, a six-year veteran of the Lindbergh Board of Education, did not run for reelection on the school board this April, and is instead focusing his efforts on the race for House District 96 in...

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