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Five to eight inches of snow expected this weekend

The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning predicting five to eight inches of snow in the St. Louis region this weekend, with snow expected to fall from Friday afternoon through midnight Saturday. Heavy snow is expected to fall, with total accumulations up to eight inches with possible amounts higher locally, the weather service

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Students of all ages serve Mehlville’s ‘60plus’

The Mehlville School District’s “60plus” members joined the district last month for a total team effort of an event at Blades Elementary, with Blades choir students performing, Washington Middle School band members playing holiday tunes and culinary students from Mehlville High preparing a “terrific meal” and serving it to the guests. If you are 60

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UPDATED: No competitive elections yet in April race

This is a developing story and will be updated as candidates file. It was last updated Jan. 9 with Green Park Alderman Tim Thuston filing to run for mayor. As candidate filing for the April 2 election closes next week, there are no competitive races so far in south county following the opening of filing

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Sweeney ousted as CEO of city-county economic agency

Pictured above, from left to right: former CEO Sheila Sweeney, County Executive Steve Stenger and city of St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson in a photo featured on Stenger’s website.  The St. Louis Economic Development Partnership board is replacing CEO Sheila Sweeney with an interim CEO, apparently effective immediately. Sweeney was hired for the job nearly

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County’s newest officials sworn in Jan. 1

    The new and returning officeholders in St. Louis County were set to be sworn in at noon Tuesday, Jan. 1 — after the Call went to press. In a change from tradition, the ceremony was set to happen outdoors at Memorial Plaza outside the county Administration Building and Police Department. County Executive Steve

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Lindbergh students ‘Warm Up for Wil’

The Lindbergh High School Soccer Booster Club, as well as family, friends and teammates of LHS senior Wil Ohler, stood along South Lindbergh in the freezing rain Dec. 27, to promote a hot-chocolate stand fundraiser at LHS to raise money for Ohler’s cancer treatments. Ohler is an 18-year-old soccer player who was diagnosed with leukemia

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All aboard the Polar Express in Oakville

Some lucky Point Elementary students hopped on the Polar Express before they left for winter break in an annual tradition that dates back a dozen years. The Mehlville School District posted, ‘The kids love it….the teachers do, too,’ as they get to serve the children hot chocolate Polar Express-style. Taking the tickets was ‘Conductor’ John

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