Bridge work over Meramec River to shut down westbound laneby Julie Brown PattonStarting the last week of September, Missouri Department of Transportation managers plan an around-the-clock closure of one westbound lane on Interstate 44 to reconstruct the Meramec River Bridges along the highway, just west of Interstate 270.
Sept. 17 event part of national Medicare Education Week
by Don CorriganCrestwood ushered in the National Medicare Education Week on Tuesday, Sept. 18, with a morning program at the community center in Whitecliff Park.
Board will also explore live-streaming, taping city meetings
by Julie Brown PattonFuture Fenton city meetings could be made available online, with the adoption of new technology.
by Julie Brown PattonCareer parks and recreation executive Darren Dunkle was just hired to direct Fenton's parks and recreation program. He joins the Fenton staff beginning on Oct. 8.
Locations include 45 Gravois Bluffs, 5780 S. Lindbergh, 2031 Lemay Ferry Road
Three area Shop 'n Save stores are among the 19 St. Louis stores that Schnuck Markets Inc. is planning to purchase (14 in Missouri and five in Illinois).
Second case pending in St. Louis County Circuit Courtby Dennis HannonThe U.S. District Court has sided with the city of Kirkwood by throwing out the petition from St. John Vianney High School seeking the right to use at full power the $235,000 lighting system it installed on its athletic fields.
"Satellite" worship site proposed for commercial Sunset Office Park
by Joe LeichtSt. Louis-based Jubilee Church came to the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen Sept. 11 for the fourth time since May to gain permission to locate a satellite worship site in Sunset Office Park.
Michael Angelo and Judy Nellis of Davenport, Iowa, made a stop in St. Louis this week as part of their road trip along Route 66 traveling west from Chicago to Santa Monica, California.
Many fear car wash, convenience store would create too much traffic
by Joe LeichtThe overflow crowd that jammed Sunset Hills City Hall last month for a proposal to demolish the former Econo Lodge, 3720 S. Lindbergh Blvd., and replace it with a Tidal Wave car wash and convenience store did not materialize at the Sept. 11 meeting.
Plans for "Crestwood City Center" expected to be unveiled this fall
by Julie Brown PattonWhile new grading work on dirt mounds at the former Crestwood Plaza site has started, so has more solid direction from the local company charged with the property's commercial development by its Chicago owners UrbanStreet Group LLC.