Employees on the 16th floor of University Tower in Richmond Heights discovered a fragment of a bullet fired sometime Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning KSDK reported.
A group formed to resist the President Trump agenda, Indivisible St. Louis, is planning a second “This Is Not Okay” protest at the same spot as its July 28 gathering — the fountain intersection of S. Brentwood Boulevard and Eager Road, on August 25, 5:30 – 7 p.m.
Dollar Tree in Deer Creek didn’t open this morning, according to a report to 40 South.
The Maplewood Richmond Heights class of 2021 gathered for a photo (shared on Twitter). Their t-shirt was also posted on Twitter — “Eclipsing all expectations”
It’s much easier to list where not to find eclipse glasses, than where to find them available.
On Sunday, August 13, the students and the parishioners of Saint Mary Magdalen celebrated the start of the new school year by attending a special Backpack Blessing during the 9:30 a.m. Mass.
According to Facebook and Yelp posts, Live Juke Joint Piano Bar in Maplewood has closed permanently. A Facebook post says it closed on July 22.
The weekly 40 South roundup of media mentions in our local news. Feast features Maplewood, a new restaurant coming to Richmond Heights, and more.
A neighbor of a family in critical need, living in an apartment at 7232 Sarah Avenue, contacted 40 South hoping something could be done to help.
The newly renovated Maplewood Richmond Heights Early Childhood Center will be open to the public, along with a ribbon cutting, at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 2801 Burgess Avenue.
The Heights, the Brentwood Recreation Complex and the Maplewood Library will host events to view the total eclipse of the sun on August 21.
The Focal Point can now say it ranks — in one way — with Strange Donuts and Side Project Brewing. It had a line around the block.
Approximately 15 percent of registered voters came to the polls from Maplewood Ward 3 for Tuesday’s special election to fill the ward’s vacant city council seat.
The pumps and awning at the Conoco station at 3600 S Big Bend Boulevard were removed on Tuesday. On Wednesday just the station remained. So far, no information to share on the plans.
Larry D. Hollins, 54, of St. Louis, has been charged with fraudulently attempting to obtain a controlled substance — oxycontin — in Maplewood.
Jenny Schmidt, a 12-and-a-half-year resident of Maplewood with a law office located in downtown Maplewood won the open Ward 3 council seat in the special election on Tuesday.
Richmond Heights city officials Monday night passed a bill to consolidate the command structure for the fire departments of Richmond Heights, Brentwood, Maplewood, Rock Hill and Clayton. It was the first of the five cities to approve it.
By Bill Jones: White Castle was our only stop on the way to Saratoga Lanes. The White Castle was located in the 7400 block of Manchester–about 40 feet west of Sutton. Johnny Ryan’s Tavern was on the southwest corner of Sutton and Manchester and did NOT serve food. The City of Maplewood wouldn’t license them to serve food. Their customers would take White Castles to Ryan’s and have them with their schooners of Falstaff. We eleven-year-olds had the Globe-Democrat coupon for five White Castles for 25 cents! We really enjoyed the stop!
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A memorial service is planned for John Wichmann, a well-known Maplewood man who traveled around town in a motorized wheelchair.
At the Richmond Heights City Council meeting planned for Monday, a Red Robin restaurant is seeking a permit for 8115 Dale Avenue, according to the council agenda. The address is on the northeast corner of Dale Avenue and Hanley Road — the location for The Crossing at Richmond Heights; now under construction.
The weekly 40 South roundup of media mentions in our local news. The ‘This is not OK’ protest, a crash on Interstate 64, an ‘eclectic’ Richmond Heights home, and more, included.
Ahh, what a wonderful respite we have had this week of the hot and humid St. Louis summer. As we have enjoyed the break, so have our animals, but the summer is bound to return so here are a few thoughts to continue to enjoy the rest of it before the back-to-school crazies and last minute summer vacation times swoop down upon us.
Candidate for Maplewood Ward 3 city council, Kristen Spencer, has shared on 40 South what she says is her last report before the election in Ward 3 (only) on Tuesday, Aug. 8.
The Maplewood police speed trailer, which shows drivers their speed as they approach it, also collects data. Since June it’s been used on Laclede Station Road, and Folk, Hazel, Marietta, Woodland and Lohmeyer avenues.
The company demolishing the former AB Green School in Richmond Heights has said the owner of the new multi-purpose Boland Place apartments would like to save the columns and entrance from the old school to use on the new building.
David Schlafly, owner of 7401 Manchester Road, has said the paper on the windows above the front door on Tuesday was a test.
The Maplewood planning and zoning commission is set to consider on Monday a new restaurant in the 7300 block of Manchester Road.