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South St. Louis County News

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South St. Louis County News

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Incumbent Fribis faces newcomer to office, Gestring, for Sunset Hills mayor

Incumbent Fribis faces newcomer to office, Gestring, for Sunset Hills mayor

By Staff Report February 27, 2024

This is a developing article. Read more in upcoming print editions of The Call and online at callnewspapers.com. Sunset Hills Mayor Pat Fribis will face newcomer to public office Richard Gestring for...

Explore careers at Special School District apprenticeship showcase

Explore careers at Special School District apprenticeship showcase

February 26, 2024

The Special School District of St. Louis is co-hosting the 3rd annual St. Louis County Apprenticeship and Career Pathways Showcase with the Affton, Pattonville, and Rockwood school districts in March . Families...

Thomas Jefferson School in Sunset Hills reflects on 78 years of education

Thomas Jefferson School in Sunset Hills reflects on 78 years of education

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter February 20, 2024

1946 was an exciting year for St. Louis. The Cardinals beat the Boston Red Sox to win their sixth World Series championship and the first known phone call from a car was made. More broadly, World War II...

Voters check in to cast their ballots at the Sunset Hills Community Center during the April 2019 election.

Competitive races set for Sunset Hills mayor, Green Park BOA, Lindbergh and Mehlville BOE

By Staff Report January 26, 2024

Candidate filing closed Dec. 26 for municipal offices and school board positions across south St. Louis County for the April 2 election, including a competitive mayoral race in Sunset Hills, and competitive...

LHS girls basketball prevails over OHS

By Jeremy Housewright, For the Call January 24, 2024

The Lindbergh and Oakville girls basketball squads met for a midseason matchup on Jan. 2. The game was a back-and-forth affair with Lindbergh coming out on top, 41-37. The win improved the Flyers’...

Zac Goss, Quinn Sunderland leading the way for Lindbergh Flyers boys basketball

By Jeremy Housewright, For the Call January 23, 2024

It’s been a successful first half of the season for the Lindbergh boys basketball team. The Flyers are currently 10-1 on the season, with just one loss over winter break. Head coach Nathan Biggs said...

The entrance to the Concord Farmers Club, 10140 Concord School Road, with Sperreng Middle School in the background.

Lindbergh Schools places $150M no-tax-rate-increase bond on April ballot

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter January 22, 2024

The Lindbergh Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution at its Dec. 19 meeting calling for a $150 million no-tax-rate-increase bond issue – called Proposition R – to appear on the April...

Sunset Hills adopts new process for amending city’s zoning code

Sunset Hills adopts new process for amending city’s zoning code

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter January 8, 2024

The Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen unanimously passed an ordinance changing the procedure for amending the city’s Unified Development Ordinance at its Dec. 12 meeting. Under the new ordinance, anyone...

Citizens vote at the Sunset Hills Community Center April 2, 2019.

Competitive races in Green Park, Mehlville school board

By Staff Report January 3, 2024

Candidate filing closed Dec. 26 for municipal offices and school board positions across south St. Louis County for the April 2 election, including a competitive mayoral race in Sunset Hills, and competitive...

Randy Epperson

Sunset Hills Ward 3 Alderman Randy Epperson attends last city meeting

By Ellie Marshall, Staff Reporter December 21, 2023

Sunset Hills Ward 3 Alderman Randy Epperson attended his last board meeting Dec. 12. He was presented a service award plaque from the city for his time serving as an alderman and for the eight years he...

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