Walmart showed up twice in the top 10 posts of the week, first when Ferguson October protesters came on Monday, and later when the store took all ammo off the shelves. Tim Hortons considerations and a Maplewood ribbon cutting were in the top five too. Continue Reading →
Brentwood isn’t the only place where Chick-fil-A plans to replace Macaroni Grill, according to the Columbia Missourian.
At the Maplewood City Council meeting Tuesday officials passed an emergency ordinance to allow open carry of weapons to comply with a state law that went into effect Oct. 10. Continue Reading →
The Esquire Theatre, which turns 75 in November, reopens Friday after a complete renovation, including “plush power recliners” with extend footrests in all seven theaters and a full bar with TV. Continue Reading →
It’s been six months since Jennifer Blome left her desk at NewsChannel 5 to become the Director of Humane Education at the APA. She sat down to talk about her new line of work and how life has changed since leaving the morning newscast. Continue Reading →
The vacant lot behind Treasure Aisles Antique Mall and Big Bend Antique Gallery, on Big Bend Boulevard, is for sale—zoned residential. Continue Reading →
Crafts of all types, baked goods and more! Continue Reading →
Roger McCreight, Scheidt Hardware employee for 40 years, was celebrated Wednesday on his last day on the job.
Friends visited all day long, as the table normally used for screen repair was covered with food from The Piccadilly, Jimmy John’s, Strange Donuts and Great Harvest. Near closing time Mayor Jim White proclaimed it Roger McCreight Day and gave Roger the key to the city. Continue Reading →
The inline rink in Brentwood’s Memorial Park, which reopened this spring after a new concrete surface poured and new dasher boards installed, closed last month for maintenance and is set to reopen Nov. 3. Continue Reading →
Following the protest by about a hundred Monday at the Maplewood Walmart, all ammunition has been taken off the shelves. Nine protesters were charged with trespassing and arrested by Maplewood Police when they entered the store and refused to leave. Continue Reading →
Maplewood City Council took on issues that Hazel Avenue residents have with a Tim Hortons restaurant going in at the west end of their street Tuesday in a work session that followed the regular meeting. Continue Reading →
The forty year tenure at Scheidt Hardware of Roger McCreight is over after today and he is out on his own to fill his time however he chooses. Roger has long been recognized as one of the area’s preeminent hardwarians. I and many, many others have been the beneficiary of his extensive knowledge of his trade too many times to count. His advice on future projects will definitely be missed. Continue Reading →
A joint venture of Bridges Community Support Services, Spirited Hands Art and VSA Missouri cut the ribbon Tuesday at 2814 Sutton Boulevard. Continue Reading →