The event gives gardeners the chance to donate their unwanted ornamental plants at a variety of collection sites in the area; one is in Richmond Heights, at 26 Berkshire Drive, 63117, 314-995-9828. Continue Reading →
A Cherokee Street restaurant, Athlete Eats, which caters to St. Louis professional athletes that announced in October its second location will open in Brentwood this spring has been reviewed in the New York Times.
The City of Richmond Heights found its new assistant city manager in Ferguson.
David Gipson was Richmond Heights assistant city manager since January 2012, and left in March to be assistant city manager in Wentzville. Continue Reading →
Dominick A. Terry, 35, of the 1200 block of S. Brentwood Boulevard, has been charged with second degree assault and armed criminal action for striking a convenience store clerk in September 2014. Continue Reading →
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The City of Brentwood is auctioning off sections of the blue spectator seating that were once around the Brentwood Recreation Center rink, which came originally from the St. Louis Checkerdome.
Brentwood Chief of Police Dan Fitzgerald makes these posts on his informational department website, The Chief’s Desk.
Last night at the Town Hall Summit on Dangerous Drugs, we heard from Jared Opsal with the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (NCADA). Jared discussed the heroin problem in the St. Louis area. Continue Reading →
This time of year, the APA receives a lot of calls and a lot of animals due to allergies. Helping keep an animal with its family is a top priority for us, so we want to help allergy suffers know that, if the allergies are not life threatening, there are options to living a happy, healthy life with your pet. Here are some basic tips for cohabitating with wheeze and sneeze-inducing furry friends.
A group of mostly Maplewood residents has a plan to save Woodside, Maplewood’s oldest house.
The Friends of Woodside’s plan is to partner with the city and drive the effort to make minor improvements so it eventually can be sold. The City of Maplewood owns the house, which was built in the 1840s. It’s at the corner of Breddell and Folk avenues. Continue Reading →
Sole Survivor Leather owner Steve Rye cut the Maplewood Chamber of Commerce ribbon Tuesday. Continue Reading →
A new Brentwood mayor, three new aldermen, a reelected alderman and a new judge were installed in a special Brentwood Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday evening.
City Administrator Bola Akande read the election results, which were certified, then (now former) mayor, Pat Kelly swore in the new mayor, Chris Thornton. Continue Reading →