St. Mary Magdalen Church students and parishioners Friday met Father Jack Siefert’s new service dog, Francis. Siefert is has type 1 diabetes, and Francis is trained to alert Siefert if his insulin level is too low or high. Continue Reading →
Tim Hortons announced in February it was planning to open 40 new locations in the St. Louis area; the first in early 2015. Tim Hortons STL announced Saturday that the first location is in the works, and it’s in Maplewood.
Brentwood Mayor Pat Kelly helped cut the ribbon for the newly opened Drury Inn Wednesday morning. The hotel has 210 rooms on six floors. A large meeting room on the main floor can accommodate around 150, and can be divided. Smaller meeting rooms are downstairs. Continue Reading →
The Deer Creek McDonald’s will reopen, even though it’s been more than 60 days since it closed its doors. Continue Reading →
Maplewood public works assistant, Tiffany Davis, reported in the Park Board meeting Thursday that a woman was bit by a dog at the dog swim at the Maplewood Family Aquatic Center earlier this month. It happened because she brought dog treats into the pool for her dog, even though Davis had told her not to. Continue Reading →
On September 17 warrants were issued through the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office on Luke Kellogg, 27, of Ballwin, for robbery in the first degree and armed criminal action at a Maplewood business in the 3500 block of S. Big Bend. Continue Reading →
Drivers on Hatton Lane, Sonora and Lawn avenues and the 8900 block of White Avenue, in Brentwood, are warned by signs to slow down because children are playing in the area.
The wording on the signs might change, additional warnings could be painted on the streets and more streets could get the warnings, depending on what the board of aldermen decide. Continue Reading →
Saint Mary Magdalen Catholic School students from preschool to 8th grade gathered at Mass Friday to honor first responders in the area and to thank them for dedicating their lives to ensure the safety of the community, according to a press release. Continue Reading →
A handful of Brentwood Forest residents don’t want construction traffic on their roads, and spoke in favor of two bills at the Brentwood Board of Aldermen meeting Monday, though the bills were on hold and not voted on. Continue Reading →
The Maplewood Chamber of Commerce welcomed Top Notch Violins, at 3109 Sutton Boulevard, to town with a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, September 17. Continue Reading →
The winner of the contest to name the top five stories of the year in 40 South News was almost perfect, naming one through four in the right order.
The top story in 40 South News the past year, by a large margin, was the one about a homeless man in Brentwood getting his own apartment. The New York Times reporting from Maplewood was second and restaurant news and Brentwood politics finished it off. Continue Reading →
Sources in Maplewood have said The Blind Tiger at Sutton Place (7376 Manchester Road, Maplewood) will close soon. Continue Reading →