Maplewood restaurants featured in Chicago Tribune, RFT, Sauce

In the press this week, Maplewood restaurant Elmwood is set to open soon, and Sauce Magazine went there for a look. The Chicago Tribune mentioned Schlafly Bottleworks and Benevolent King in an article featuring St. Louis highlights. Riverfront Times gave Thai Table a good review.

Double Sevens tourney underway

The 44th Annual Saint Mary Magdalen Double Sevens Tournament is underway. The Double Sevens Tournament was started in 1976 under the direction of Rev. Robert J. Mahelyi. Today the tournament continues under the leadership of the Saint Mary Magdalen Athletic Association.

Railroad company places warnings at Sutton crossing

Union Pacific Railroad has placed warning markers on  both sides of the tracks at Sutton Boulevard. That’s following a January 5 incident when a man accidentally turned onto the tracks and narrowly escaped before a train came.

5th candidate for MRH school board

Dr. Amy Peach, a longtime Maplewood Richmond Heights district resident and mother to an MRH high-schooler, is the fifth candidate to file to run for the two open seats to be voted on in April, the school district has reported.

Foley’s ‘heroes’ is last week’s top post

Last week’s posts were led by the story of the Foley’s Bar patrons who rushed out Saturday night to pull a man out of his car just before a train hit it. They’ve been called heroes. Posts on a Brentwood development plan and the city officials’ idea to help fund it with a tax.

Snow, snow, snow

Maplewood got about nine inches of snow Friday night and Saturday, which kept people busy digging out and making snowfolks.