Dustin Pulley opened Tint Tech, on Big Bend in Maplewood about four years ago. A year later he bought a small building across the street, at 2418 S. Big Bend, and moved there. Since then he’s put about $75,000 into renovations.
According to the researcher, Judy Kusnierkiewicz, John Fathman purchased the lot at 7310 Vine in 1905. He was a manager of the Phoenix Planing Mill (I’ve no idea where that was). The home stayed in the family until 1977. Linda Fathman Schulze and Irene Fathman Blood were the last members of the family to live there. One thing you can bet on is that none of them ever dreamed that you would be looking at these personal photos and documents of theirs especially in this manner. We have one of the current residents of 7310 Vine to thank for this. That would be the architect and well-known, man-about-town, Patrick Jugo.
The Brentwood Public Works Committee at its July 8 meeting discussed paying Richmond Heights for its use of The Heights, which was complicated by the Richmond Heights computer system crashing last year, resulting in the Parks and Recreation Department losing data, according to the meeting minutes.
Kakao Chocolate owner and chief chocolatier, Brian Pelletier, has been inducted as the 2015-2016 president of the Retail Confectioners International (RCI) board of directors during RCI’s 95th annual convention in Brooklyn, New York, the RCI reported Thursday.
A Maplewood Richmond Heights High School student was hit by a car while crossing the intersection of Big Bend and Manchester Tuesday morning, according to a letter sent to parents from the high school and middle school principals.
Maplewood Richmond Heights School Middle School principal, Michael Dittrich, announced Friday that the middle school’s 2015-2016 administrative intern will be John McCabe, who comes to MRH from Brentwood Middle School.
Monday morning Maplewood Richmond Heights High School students, teachers and administrators met at the theater to recognize two high-profile awards: one for the school and one for one of its science teachers.
Maplewood pet supply store, Airedale Antics owners Tony and Sheri Phipps, on Sunday hosted their ninth annual fundraiser for Airedale Terrier Rescue and Adoption (ATRA), an event they call Airedale August.