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Mehlville Fire celebrates ‘Santa Saturday’

Pictured above with the jolly fat man are Liam Juelfs, 4, and his mother Sarah. Photo by Bill Milligan.

December 11, 2018

It was all smiles at the Mehlville Fire Protection District’s No. 5 Engine House last week for the fire district’s annual ‘Santa Saturday’ event, in which youngsters could give their wishlists to Santa and Mrs. Claus, meet firefighters and take a tour of the firehouse. ...

Jefferson Barracks wreath laying ceremony to honor veterans

Jefferson Barracks wreath laying ceremony to honor veterans

December 8, 2018

Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery will host Wreaths Across America, a wreath laying ceremony dedicated to remembering and honoring veterans, on Saturday, Dec. 15. Wreaths Across America works with veterans-service organizations and citizens to coordinate wreath laying events to honor veterans from a...

Abbott EMS to ‘Stuff The Truck’ for backpack program in Crestwood Saturday

Abbott EMS to 'Stuff The Truck' for backpack program in Crestwood Saturday

December 7, 2018

Abbott EMS will collect items for the Grannemann Elementary Backpack Program as part of the company's Stuff The Truck event on Saturday, Dec. 8. The event will take place at Aldi in Crestwood, 9274 Watson Road, 63126, and Abbott EMS is asking the public to come and donate food items for students. Items...

Peace Lutheran Vesper Service set for Sunday, Dec. 9

Ladies Choir of the St. Louis German Cultural Society.

December 5, 2018

The Rev. Dr. Robert Kolb will preach at the German Vesper Service at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 9 at Peace Lutheran Church, 737 Barracksview Road. Kolb, a professor at Concordia Theological Seminary who studied in Europe, will be preceded with music by the 16-voice Frauenchor Ladies Chorus of the St. Louis ...

Fitch calls for Bell to turn over Catholic Supply case to feds for death penalty

Tim Fitch, then a candidate for the St. Louis County Council, speaks to the Tesson Ferry Republican Club in June 2018. Photo by Jessica Belle Kramer.

December 4, 2018

Former St. Louis County police Chief Tim Fitch, now set to take a seat on the County Council Jan. 1, called on the incoming county prosecutor to turn the Catholic Supply killing case over to federal authorities so that the killer can get the death penalty. Prosecutors charged Thomas Bruce, 53, of Imp...

Crestwood celebrates five years of Christmas

Crestwood celebrates five years of Christmas

December 4, 2018

Santa Claus made his grand arrival by fire truck on Saturday in Crestwood and opened the doors to City Hall as dozens of children and parents waited to see him. The arrival kicked off ‘Christmas in Crestwood,’ a daylong celebration with a car show and fireworks. See photos of the day's festivities below...

Police looking for man who robbed Sunset Hills payday loan store

Police looking for man who robbed Sunset Hills payday loan store

December 4, 2018

Police in Sunset Hills are looking for a thief who made off Monday with cash from a payday-loan store. At about 2 p.m. Monday, police said, a man went into Community Quick Cash, 10214 Watson Road, and demanded money. He took off with an undetermined amount of cash and started walking east. He did n...

Berry’s petition contesting county executive election denied by Jefferson City judge

Stenger faced Republican Paul Berry III in the November 2018 general election.

November 30, 2018

Republican county executive candidate Paul Berry III filed petitions contesting the results of the St. Louis County election Nov. 6, but a Jefferson City judge denied the claims the same day. Berry, a bail bondsman and Republican from Maryland Heights, lost to County Executive Steve Stenger, a Democ...

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