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Authorities Locate Missing Fenton Woman

A Fenton woman who went missing over the weekend has been located and is safe.

Jim Slama Dies; Former Times Employee

James J. (Jim) Slama, a long-time past employee of Webster-Kirkwood Times, Inc., died unexpectedly on the morning of Wednesday, June 13, 2018.

Kirkwood Man Charged In June 1 Robbery On Argonne

Corey Thompson admits crime after arrest for unrelated charge

by Jaime Mowers
A Kirkwood man has been arrested for robbing another man as he was walking home from downtown Kirkwood earlier this month.

Police Investigate Killing Of 3 Chickens At Rolling Ridge Nursery In Webster Groves

Deaths of 4-month-old chickens caused by blunt force trauma

by Jaime Mowers
Rolling Ridge Nursery employees were shocked when they arrived at work Tuesday morning to find someone had killed three of five young chickens.

Kirkwood Police Officers Now Empowered By Union

City council recognizes union representation at June 7 meeting

by Dennis Hannon
Kirkwood police now have a union, empowering them for the first time to bargain collectively with the city.

Des Peres OKs Fence Banned In New Zoning Code

Chain link fence on North Ballas heads back to P&Z

by Linda Jarrett
A Des Peres resident brought to the attention of the board of aldermen on Monday that a chain link fence was approved in violation of the city's new zoning code.

A Look Back 40 years of the Webster-Kirkwood Times

Webster Groves High School was visited by a U.S. President on May 17, 1996. President Bill Clinton, who arrived on campus by helicopter, issued a challenge to students assembled at Roberts Gymnasium to say: "No to crime. No to guns. No to drugs. Yes to your own future."

Joe Tow Retires After 25 Years Of Service To City Of Webster

Tow joined the city in 1993, working in various capacities

by Mary Shapiro
The Webster Groves City Council on June 5 recognized Joe Tow, who retired on May 31 after 25 years of service to the city. He worked for the city in various capacities since 1993.

Sons Sue Father Charged In Death Of Their Mother, Linda McLaughlin

by Jaime Mowers
The adult children of a Sunset Hills man awaiting trial for the murder of his wife are suing their father for the wrongful death of their mother.

New Cancer Center To Be Built At St. Anthony's

Mercy also to expand available care with addition of new primary care clinics

Mercy on June 12 announced plans for a new cancer care center to be constructed on the campus of St. Anthony's.

In Surprise Move, Sunset Hills Denies Office Park Space For Church

by Joe Leicht
When Jubilee Church first came to Sunset Hills officials in April with plans to plant a worship facility at 10801 Sunset Office Drive, its sailing appeared to be smooth.

Meramec River Bridge $51 Million Project Awarded

Construction could start later this month

by Julie Brown Patton
Construction on the Interstate 44 Meramec River Bridge replacement project west of Interstate 270 may begin this month, now that Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission officials awarded the $51 million project on June 6.

Grant Funds Will Go Toward Accessibility

by Eileen P. Duggan
The Crestwood Board of Aldermen on June 12 voted to spend the city's $23,400 in 2019 Community Development Block Grant funds on accessibility improvements in the city's parks.

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Development & Other Innovative Projects Ongoing In Central West End

From rooftop hives to "Cortex K," area progress is ongoing

by Charles Bolinger
Residential and commercial activity continues to hustle and bustle in and around the Central West End, including some innovative projects underway at urban restaurants.

University City TIF Commission Delays Olive-170 Project

New public hearing set for June 22

by Charles Bolinger
After hearing about 75 citizen comments on June 6, the University City Tax-Increment Financing Commission delayed voting on Novus Development's $190 million Olive-170 project. A third public hearing will be held.

Loop Trolley Opening Delayed Yet Again; July Now Targeted

Project awaits final approval from state & federal transit agencies

by Charles Bolinger
Federal and state transit agencies are keeping the brakes on the Loop Trolley. Its previous projected opening date was in late spring, yet spring ends June 21.

Improvements Planned For Clayton High Field At Shaw Park

by Mitch Schneider
Several elements of a plan for major upgrades to Clayton High School's baseball field have been approved by Clayton's Architectural Review Board.
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