Tapped, the self-serve tap restaurant moving into the former Pizza Story location in Maplewood, 7278 Manchester Road, is progressing on its build-out, per Twitter at @
The Richmond Heights home at 1424 Bredell Avenue is down to its exterior walls; being converted into a two-story house.
The Maplewood Richmond Heights basketball team (13-13) will play Cardinal Ritter (19-6) for the Class 3 District 5 title Friday at 7 p.m. at Vashon High School, 3035 Cass Avenue, St. Louis.
The MRH Board of Education on February 16 unanimously approved the “Resolution on Educational Equity and Social Justice.” It was announced at the annual MRH Soul Food Supper celebrating Black History Month on February 22 and was posted on the MRH website on Thursday.
A ‘float clinic,’ the Wise Float Clinic, has opened in Richmond Heights, according to the owner, Jessica Wise, in an email to 40 South.
Two Richmond Heights firefighters were promoted, and a police officer was hired recently. They were pinned at the council meeting on Tuesday.
Studio Forte dance studio left its first location in Maplewood, on Sutton Avenue, in March 2016, with owner Lindi McDonald Wimmer-Brown saying she would reopen, hopefully in Maplewood. In September she announced the new location, 3526 Greenwood Boulevard.
Maplewood house, 7228 Moller Avenue, which at one time sat vacant and faced demolition in 2015, has been rehabbed and sold, according to Premier Realty Exclusive.
Richmond Heights officials Tuesday night approved an extension for Joseph Cyr’s development plan for his Boland Place apartments at Boland and Dale.
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Dawn Medina said she got a good idea of how kids work through the Maplewood School District when she was on MRH School Board. Now she’s opening her own childcare center in Maplewood, which focuses on preparing them for school.
The young girl found alone in Maplewood on Sunday night has been released to the custody of the state’s Division of Family Services, according to Maplewood Police.
Rock Hill firefighters, police officers and public works crew members rescued a cat stuck in a chimney on Friday. Rock Hill alderman, Philip Scherry, posted a link to photos of the rescue, from the city’s Facebook page, in his weekly newsletter to residents.
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The Maplewood Professional Firefighters Community Outreach group on Sunday night helped a young girl found on the street by Maplewood Police with “nothing but the clothing on her back,” they reported on Facebook.
The Brentwood Debate Team competed in the final tournament of our regular season this weekend. We attended the Marquette Invitational along with 32 other schools from around the state.
I had lunch yesterday with Scott Ogilvie, City of St. Louis Alderman for Ward 24, which abuts Maplewood’s eastern boundary. We met at Michaels to discuss how our two cities can work together to improve the Manchester Road corridor and extend our business district to McCausland Avenue. We spoke with several businesses in the area, looked at properties that could be improved and talked about how the area could be best used. There was also discussion of signage at the city limits and other topics.
Found online this week — Brentwood, Maplewood and Richmond Heights news:
Schlafly Corporation (real estate, not brewery), through the name, Dardenne Development, bought 7401 Manchester, at the corner of Manchester and Sutton in May 2016 for $950,000, according to St. Louis County records. The Blue Duck restaurant has opened in the building; the rest is under development and available for lease.
Brentwood and Maplewood Richmond Heights each sent four wrestlers to the MSHSAA state tournament in Columbia. On Thursday they competed twice. Brentwood has one wrestler going on in the bracket; MRH has two continuing.
Almost a half-ton of dynamite stored in a Maplewood house was set off almost 101 years ago, demolishing 11 homes, killing two women and injuring many, according to Doug Houser in his 40 South article, Maplewood History: The Top Ten Things You Never Knew About Maplewood’s Big Bang.
Brentwood and Maplewood Richmond Heights basketball teams are heading into district tournaments this weekend with winning records.
The laundromat at 3620 S. Big Bend Boulevard, the Big Bend Coin Laundry, will close when the new one opens at the old QuikTrip location, 3010 S. Big Bend — it’s the same owners, according to an employee in the current location. She was folding clothes there at around 8 a.m. on Thursday.
Parents of Brentwood’s senior class will host their annual Trivia Night, supporting its Senior Graduation Lock-In. The lock-in provides a drug- and alcohol-free party the night of their graduation on May 19.
Rev. Becky Turner of Christ Church UCC, will be taking ashes to the streets on Ash Wednesday, March 1, offering walk-by or drive-by ‘Ashes to Go.’
AT&T chose Maplewood in the end of 2016 as one of the few cities in the St. Louis area for its newest, fastest internet service.
The site of the old Dale Hardware Store, at Dale and Bredell avenues, is for sale. Schlafly Development Corp. is the broker.