Last week’s most popular

A post on the joint fire command structure, now that the Rock Hill and Clayton fire departments have removed themselves from the plan, was the most read last week. The Maplewood-made mosaics that helped unify a block was second.

  1. Joint fire command plan update: Richmond Heights would save, not Brentwood, Maplewood
  2. Mosaic house stones help bring a block together
  3. Eagle spotted in Maplewood
  4. Maplewood man sues his kidnappers
  5. Top January posts: Crossing at Richmond Heights, new Maplewood restaurant
  6. Maplewood History: “Angel’s Car” by Bill Jones
  7. Car stolen while warming up
  8. The Book House has a deadline to vacate children’s section — seeking volunteers Feb. 15 and 16
  9. In the news: missing boa constrictor dominates; hippies, meat doughnuts too
  10. Maplewood plan and zoning to consider another AirBnb, more food trucks at Christ Church
  11. Crossing at Richmond Heights: what’s coming

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