MRH science team wins statewide

The Maplewood Richmond Heights Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) team took first in the state competition in Rolla at Missouri S & T — for the third year in a row — and posted a photo of the team celebrating on Twitter.

Brentwood officials take oath

Following the election this month, Brentwood’s officials elected for new terms took the oath of office Monday evening at City Hall, swearing to “support the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution and the Laws of the State of Missouri, and the Ordinances of the City of Brentwood…” All were incumbents.

Ameren’s taxi to the top

Over the next few weeks, Ameren Missouri be upgrading transmission lines. They say  with the help of an aerial team, what would take months will now only take a matter of weeks. It’s scheduled to last into May.

Farewell to Mayor Jim White

I don’t know how many times that I have heard some version of, “Why would anyone want to serve on City Council?” in recent months. I think most of us would agree that serving in local government is a relatively thankless job. The two vacant council seats that went unopposed seem to speak volumes.

Eagles pour it on against MRH

The first meeting of Brentwood and MRH baseball this year, at Brentwood Park, was postponed due to a downpour. The rain came in the top of the fourth with the Eagles ahead 16-0, with senior John Bischoff on the mound. See more photos on Facebook.