A police chase that ended on the 1400 block of Bredell Avenue in Richmond Heights resulted in at least one injury, according to a witness. Continue Reading →
For the second year in a row, Maplewood Richmond Heights beat Brentwood for the Class 3 District 4 baseball championship. Last year’s championship was the first for MRH since 1963, now Coach Jonathan Webb will have returning players who have done it twice.
A walk around Maplewood Friday afternoon revealed mostly signs of progress. Continue Reading →
Brentwood aldermen approved a bill on Monday that removed one sentence from an existing ordinance, which will make staggering votes on a bill over multiple meetings the default, rather than introducing and voting on a bill or resolution in a single meeting. Continue Reading →
Students from Brentwood High School and others are headed to the National Speech and Debate Tournament in Dallas this June. A Brentwood debater is the Eastern Missouri Student of the year. Continue Reading →
At Monday’s Brentwood Board of Aldermen meeting, after Brentwood Mayor Chris Thornton reviewed his recent Mayor’s Happy Hour (cookies and lemonade, 5:30 p.m. the second Thursday of the month), he announced that pursuant to state statute the board of aldermen would elect one of its own members to the position of acting president of the board of aldermen. The position takes the place of the mayor in case of absence. Continue Reading →
On Wednesday the Professional Firefighters of Maplewood, along with Abbott EMS, taught hands only CPR to more than 50 people at the Maplewood Walmart. Michael Reigner took these photos and supplied the caption information. Continue Reading →
The Maplewood-based ice cream business, One World Ice Cream, is soon shutting down operations, according to its founder Susan Spitz-Morrison.
Spitz-Morrison, on a whim, she said, early this year applied for a position with Lutheran Hour Ministries, and got the job. She started in early May. Continue Reading →
Following a Board of Aldermen meeting in which the new Mayor Chris Thornton’s committee appointments were rejected by the board of aldermen by a 5-3 vote, his list (slighting altered) was approved at Monday’s meeting by the same margin. Continue Reading →
Maplewood Richmond Heights School District has announced a new process to become a substitute teacher. Kelly Educational Staffing will coordinate and manage the substitute teacher program, rather than being done in-house. Continue Reading →
The Peace and Justice group at Christ Church, 2200 Bellevue Avenue, in Maplewood wanted to help the community. So three years ago they started growing vegetables to donate to the two Maplewood food pantries. Continue Reading →