Back again for its 6th year, the Fast and the Furriest, on Sunday, is one of the most anticipated 5K races around! Continue Reading →
Johnny, a homeless man in Brentwood for 25 years, now has a home, according to an article in BJC Today.
Brentwood resident Barry Williams’ campaign, since 2010, for a pay phone to be installed at the Brentwood I-64 Metro station finally paid off. The city announced the new phone recently. Continue Reading →
When Brentwood voters go to the polls on April 7, 2015, to elect aldermen for all four wards, plus the mayor, the term lengths might end up being shorter than the current four years. Continue Reading →
“Would you like to buy some edible flowers?” Continue Reading →
Matt Miller’s “Streets of Maplewood” series was inspired by the blog, Humans of New York, a collection of quotes, stories and photos of New Yorkers. Continue Reading →
Around 30 volunteers from Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, and master gardeners and master naturalists gathered on Earth Day to weed and maintain the rain garden behind Mt. Calvary Church. The rain garden helps keep water out of the basements of nearby homes and also improves water quality, according to Deer Creek Alliance Project Manager Karla Wilson. Volunteers will be needed again at the rain garden on May 29 for planting. Continue Reading →
Four city council members took the oath of office at the Richmond Heights city council meeting on April 21. The council also passed two bills and heard from citizens, including residents impacted by the Wise Avenue improvement project.
Think about it. There are a lot of adjectives that could be put in the blank. Such as Lost. Or how about Recently Removed? Vanished? Dislocated? I’m sure the reader can think of a few as well. Continue Reading →
A York Village resident Monday emailed 40 South News that a sinkhole opened last week at the intersection of Middlesex and York drives. She said MSD came by to inspect. She also said she thinks it’s growing. Continue Reading →