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Laumeier Art Fair is back on in-person this weekend

Laumeier Art Fair is back on in-person this weekend

May 6, 2022

Laumeier Sculpture Park has announced that its Mother’s Day Weekend Art Fair will be back in-person after two years online. The event is Saturday, May 6 through Sunday, May 8 and features 150 juried...

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...

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...

Letters to the editor

Electronics can prove addictive

April 30, 2022

To the editor: This is Nicole Schmitt and Natalie Van. We are proud students at Lindbergh High School. Last semester in our human anatomy class, we have been studying to what extent electronic devices...

Pictured above from left, Missouri Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven, Hancock High School Principal Shelly Vogler, Mark Garascia, Hancock Superintendent Kevin Carl and Milken Educator Awards Vice President Stephanie Bishop.

Hancock High teacher receives surprise of a lifetime with $25,000 Milken award

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor April 29, 2022

A Hancock High School teacher was awarded one of education’s most prestigious honors, the $25,000 Milken Educator Award, at a surprise school assembly Friday morning featuring guests such as Commissioner...

The former Crestwood Plaza property Feb. 18.

Crestwood sued by NAACP for use of tax incentives for mall redevelopment

By Erin Achenbach, News Editor April 27, 2022

The city of Crestwood is being sued by the St. Louis County NAACP and its president for the use of tax increment financing, or TIF, to redevelop the former Crestwood Mall site.  The city said in a...

Affton man wins $100k on Easter lottery purchase

Affton man wins $100k on Easter lottery purchase

April 26, 2022

A longtime Missouri Lottery player purchased a “Triple Bonus Crossword” Scratchers ticket on Easter, April 17 and won $100,000. The winner explained that he loves crosswords, and “Triple Bonus...

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