Bonefish Grill, the restaurant that will share the 3.8 acre site with the under-construction Drury Hotel, got the OK Monday night at Brentwood Board of Aldermen meeting. The vote was six “yeses” and one “absolutely” for the conditional use permit. Continue Reading →
Michelle Brown, who lives and works out of her home at 7113 South Street, has compiled properties around her house, and Monday night pitched a plan to the Maplewood Planning and Zoning Commission to develop the .6 acres into a mixed-use planned unit development.
She owns four lots at the corner of
Maplewood Richmond Heights senior, Seddrick McShan has been accepted to Culver-Stockton College for enrollment in the fall 2014 semester, according to a press release from the school.
McShan has also been awarded the Wildcat Scholarship, Continue Reading →
Among the relatively new business along Sutton Boulevard, such as Strange Donuts, Traveling Tea and Studio Forté is one that’s been there since 1995. Skip Goez Stringed Instrument Sales and Restoration has been on the south end of Sutton Boulevard since the neighborhood wasn’t as nice as it is now, owner Skip Goez said. “I even hear there’s a doughnut shop up the street,” he said. Goez repairs and restores guitars and bass guitars. His shop has the highest rating for working on Fender, Gibson, Taylor and other makes. Continue Reading →
The Brentwood Police And Fire Fighters’ Pension Plan is reviewed every five years by a pension board, and the Brentwood Board of Aldermen vote to accept the changes or not.
Along with housekeeping items like adjusting the tax rate and catching typos, the pension board recommended going along with the IRS definition of a spouse for insurance purposes. Continue Reading →
Brentwood boys basketball won a tournament game at Valley Park Monday night against Confluence.
The Eagles beat confluence 54-47, led by Xavier Bratcher and Marc Powells, both with 11 points. Justice Bratcher had 10. The win puts the team in a Thursday game; the championship game is Friday.
The win was coach Brad Kern’s 100th game as an Eagle Continue Reading →
The 2013 holiday season marks the 17th year that Dr. William Madosky is sponsoring his Annual Holiday Food Drive, according to Madosky.
For the entire month of December, Continue Reading →
Along with Maplewood’s Christmas Tree Walk, Friday night, a new restaurant will open too.
The Blind Tiger at Sutton Place, 7376 Manchester Road, is selling tickets online for its grand opening. The restaurant will feature pizza, whiskey and ribs.
Maplewood Police are investigating a reported street robbery on Wednesday, Nov. 27 in the area of Sunnen Drive and Hanley Road.
A woman reported that a man and a woman approached her while she was walking . According to the victim, the man demanded money from her. Continue Reading →
The following information was supplied by the Brentwood Police Department website. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. Thursday, Nov. 21
Burglary was reported at 6:34 a.m. in the 8500 block of Manchester Road. Burglary was reported at 7:12 a.m. in the 8000 block of Manchester Road. Read more about these burglaries in 40 South News. Continue Reading →