Crestwood

Crestwood Shop ‘n Save closes Nov. 16

Pictured above: The Green Park Shop ‘n Save, one of the Shop ‘n Saves in the area to be converted to a Schnuck’s. Photo by Bill Milligan. By Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com  Residents of Crestwood will have one less option for grocery shopping after the Crestwood Shop ’n Save closes its doors for good Friday,

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Crestwood fire chief leaves and Hecht set to take helm

Pictured above: Crestwood Assistant Fire Chief Lou Hecht, center, takes the oath of office during a city meeting in May 2017. Deputy City Clerk Theresa Pfyl administered the oath to Hecht, who previously served as deputy chief with the Fenton Fire Protection District. Also pictured is former Fire Chief David Oliveri. Erin Achenbach Staff Reporter eachenbach@callnewspapers.com

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Crestwood forum set for mayoral election

A forum for the three candidates running in the special election for Crestwood mayor will take place Thursday, Oct. 25. Ward 3 Alderman Grant Mabie, Christopher Court and Neil Brown are seeking election Nov. 6. The winner will serve until April 2020. The candidate forum, co-sponsored by Call Newspapers and the League of Women Voters,

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Crestwood-Sunset Hills Kiwanis Club forms new satellite group

Pictured above: Former Kiwanis International President Dr. John Button helps local Kiwanians beautify gardens and the lawn at Angels’ Arms’ south county house during his visit last year.  The Crestwood-Sunset Hill Kiwanis Club will be creating a local satellite club to offer people in the community the chance to volunteer with children in need. Those

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Senior citizens may receive free, reduced trash

Senior citizens might receive free or reduced trash services with the next trash contract Crestwood enters. Ward 1 Aldermen Richard Breeding and Mimi Duncan both expressed their desire to see free or reduced waste services for seniors in the next contract. Other cities offer a senior discount. Crestwood is considering the option of terminating its

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Pop-up Traffic Calming Demonstration

The City of Crestwood will host a pop-up traffic calming demonstration on Garber Road between Buxton and Queenston drives. Colorful tires, cones and plants will be used for temporary bike lanes and crosswalks to slow down traffic and create safer streets from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Cities’ first festival ‘SunCrest Fest’ a success

Sunset Hills and Crestwood’s first time out with the cities’ joint festival seemed to be a success Saturday, with a large turnout for the parade and carnival. Members of the Lindbergh High School Flyerettes, above, marched in the parade with ‘Future Flyerettes’ in grades K-8 as part of the organization’s annual dance clinic program. Photo

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