Maplewood trail, MRH in science fair, Laotian restaurant set for Brentwood: in the news

From Fox 2, Ladue News, Missouri Bike Federation, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and the Riverfront Times: new of the area. Call Newspapers — Candidate filing underway for Aug. 7 primary
Fox 2 — Serial huffer caught on camera getting high in home improvement store
KMOV — Maplewood restaurant scene is booming, but city running out of liquor licenses
Ladue News — Coming Up Roses
Missouri Bike Federation —  Maplewood Indecision Leads to Cancellation of Project to Build Key Area Trail Connection— Scott Ogilvie
St. Louis Magazine — Robata owner to open Han Lao in Brentwood
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In the news this week: food in Maplewood, Brentwood

Maplewood’s Larder & Cupboard and Acero, and St. Mary Magdalen Church’s fish fry were in the news this week. Feast — Cindy Higgerson on Larder & Cupboard, Winning a Good Food Award and More
Good Food St. Louis — Acero: Savor the Flavor
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Architecture and simple fixes can help improve school safety
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Parkmoor, MRH, robbery in the news

KSDK recalls the Parkmoor, Riverfront Times reports on immigrant Alex Garcia taking sanctuary in Christ Church, basketball and wrestling in the news. KSDK — Remembering St. Louis’ “Lost Restaurants” — The Parkmoor
Riverfront Times — Alex Garcia Is Still in Sanctuary, Defying ICE, as Support Grows
St. Genevieve Herald — Valle Wrestling: Warriors Sending Two To State; Huck, Bieser Third At Districts
St. Louis Business Journal (MRH news – paywall) — St.

In the news: Christ Church, new businesses

The man facing deportation at Maplewood’s Christ Church since October 2017 continues to make headlines, as far away as San Fransisco. New businesses in Richmond Heights made the news too. CBS — Man Facing Deportation Takes Refuge in Missouri Church
Riverfront Times — How Nate Larson of Living Room Stumbled Into Cooking — and Found His Calling
San Francisco Chronicle — Man facing deportation takes refuge in Missouri church
St. Genevieve Herald  (Brentwood, MRH wrestling)— Valle Wrestling: Valle’s Three Ready For Districts
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In the news: missing boa constrictor dominates; hippies, meat doughnuts too

In the news this week: hippies, Del Pietro’s restaurant opens, and a snake that got loose at Brentwood high and middle schools. CBS/KMOX — Snake Escape Prompts Early Dismissal for Brentwood High
KCTV (Kansas City) — Missing 9 foot snake prompts early release at Brentwood High School
KMOV — 9-foot-long snake’s escape leads to school early dismissal
KMOV (in St. Louis city, not Maplewood) — Steel spikes in Maplewood yard raise questions
KMOV — St. Louis-area best in Missouri for hippies
KSDK — Missing 70 pound snake cancels school
KSDK — Meat donuts and more at Acero in Maplewood
KTVI — Search for missing snake prompts early release of Brentwood students
Sauce (Larder & Cupboard) — 2018 Readers Choice Awards
St. Louis Business Journal — Del Pietro’s to open this week in Richmond Heights
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In the news: greenway, Water Street, immigrant housed in church

A closing restaurant, an opening restaurant, best city for hippies in the news this week. Feast, Riverfront Times, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and St. Louis Public Radio were among publications covering our area. Eater — The Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings In 24 Cities
emissourian (MRH wrestling) — Adam Hellebusch Leads Borgia at St.

In the news: interior designer sets up in Maplewood

An interior designer finds her new space on Sutton Boulevard, and Maplewood Police officers are stabbed with hypodermic needles while making an arrest (covered by the KC Star, Post-Dispatch and KSDK). Explore St. Louis — 5th Annual Maplewood Sweet Tooth Tour
Kansas City Star — Missouri man kidnapped his boyfriend and stabbed him with meth needles, police say
KSDK — Maplewood police officers stuck with needles
KTVI — Maplewood police release image of vehicle wanted for package thefts
St. Louis Magazine — Interior designer Jessie Miller finds her place in Maplewood
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Maplewood officers stuck with needles while arresting assault and kidnapping suspect, police say

In the news the past week

Jean Carnahan wrote about two Richmond Heights spots in her Good Food St. Louis blog, St. Louis Public Radio reported on a now lost Brentwood neighborhood, Coach Frazier returned to MRH, and more. Good Food St. Louis — Starrs: Wine, Cheese, Coffee, Meat & Fish Shop
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Richmond Heights 75th anniversary, Walgreens employee in the news

In the news this week about our area, from CBS, KSDK, KTVI, the Post-Dispatch, and more. CBS St. Louis — Airbnb Close to Tax Agreement with Missouri
e.missourian.com — Martin 65th Wedding Anniversary
KSDK — Richmond Heights Walgreens Employee got the Surprise of a Lifetime this Week
KTVI — Police investigate robbery at Galleria Mall
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Rep. Gina Mitten) — New lawsuit seeks to stop Missouri governor from using secretive phone app
St. Louis Post-Dispatch (girls basketball) — Box: North Tech 57, Maplewood-RH 18
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Anticipated restaurants, Tim Hortons, Brentwood wrestling in the news

The Maplewood Tim Hortons closing, anticipated restaurants for 2018 and Telle Tire expanding all made the news last week. ABC — Kentucky woman searches for birth family in St. Louis area
CBS — The Future of Richmond Heights Airbnb is Up for Debate
Feast — St. Louis’ Most Anticipated Restaurants of 2018
Modern Tire Dealer — Telle Tire Is Expanding in St. Louis — Again
Missourian — Posinski, Hellebusch Lead Borgia to Sixth at Brentwood
News Tribune — Missouri football adds three to close early signing period
Riverfront Times — With Elmwood, Rising Star Chef Adam Altnether Plots His Return to Restaurants
Sauce — 4 last-minute bottles for your beer nerd
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