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Sappington House raising funds to move historic cabin from Affton into Crestwood

March 29, 2021

Under a plan up for discussion at the Crestwood Board of Aldermen, a historic log house, pictured above, could be moved to Historic Sappington House where it would be preserved for future generations. In...

The Stanzes' son Ben drove his toy electric pickup truck with a green grass skirt around the bed and a big Irish flag angled up off the tailgate, topping off his entry with a furry green stovepipe hat.

Crestwood street celebrates St. Patrick’s Day with a drive-by parade

March 17, 2021

A Crestwood neighborhood organized an impromptu St. Patrick's Day parade last weekend on Cherry Brook Lane. Steve and Ashley Stanze, who moved to Cherry Brook about a year ago with their three sons,...

Lindbergh teacher at Sperreng honored as one of SSD’s best

Lindbergh teacher at Sperreng honored as one of SSD’s best

March 2, 2021

Sperreng Middle School teacher Adam Taylor has been selected to receive a 2021 Key to the Classroom Award from Special School District, honoring his achievements and dedication for service to students....

Rep. Jim Murphy, R-Oakville, held his latest event Jan. 29 at Buerkle Middle School. On Jan. 15, he handed out food with, from left, his granddaughter Lily Murphy, 7, and her father, former Mehlville Board of Education member Jamey Murphy.

PHOTOS: In time of need, Murphy’s food distribution is popular

February 10, 2021

Food banks have reported record need during the COVID-19 pandemic and food distributions by Rep. Jim Murphy, R-Oakville, at Mehlville High School and Buerkle Middle School have proven popular.

Members of the Visiting Nurses Association, National Guard, county employees and volunteers help administer the vaccine at the mass vaccination site in Ferguson Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021. In addition to the mass vaccination site at the Florissant Valley campus of St. Louis Community College, additional vaccination sites are open in the Mehlville, Affton and Eureka fire protection districts, which began administering vaccines to eligible members of the public who had appointments Thursday, Feb. 4.

GALLERY: St. Louis County’s mass vaccination site opens Wednesday

February 2, 2021

St. Louis County's first mass vaccination site, at the Florissant Valley campus of St. Louis Community College in Ferguson, is expected to open for public vaccinations Wednesday.  The county conducted...

PHOTOS: Mehlville elementary students now attending five days a week

January 29, 2021

Mehlville students expanded their time in class at the start of the second semester Jan. 19. Elementary students are now attending five days a week, while Mehlville and Oakville high schools attend part-time...

Ali Petersen, a nurse with Early Childhood Education in Lindbergh Schools, receives her COVID-19 vaccine at Mercy St. Louis. Lindbergh Schools nurses were vaccinated in mid-January because they are part of the first '1A' tier to get the vaccine.

GALLERY: Lindbergh nurses on the front lines

January 27, 2021

Lindbergh Schools' nurses received the COVID-19 vaccine at Mercy St. Louis Jan. 15, since they are part of the first "1A" tier to get the vaccine. Teachers will be part of the next tier eligible for the...

Mehlville voters will consider first bond issue since 1992, 'Proposition S' on April ballot

Mehlville voters will consider first bond issue since 1992, ‘Proposition S’ on April ballot

By Erin Achenbach, Staff Reporter January 22, 2021

Voters in the Mehlville School District will vote on the district’s first facilities bond issue since 1992 after the Mehlville Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday night to place a 12-cent no-tax-rate-increase...

A drone photo of the Proposition R construction at Lindbergh High School.

PHOTOS: See progress on Lindbergh Schools’ Prop R

December 19, 2020

Proposition R upgrades are underway at Lindbergh High School, including renovations to Gym 3, new turf on the football and ongoing construction on a brand new, state-of-the-art high school building.    

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