Mobilize Missouri, a member-driven, grassroots activist organization, has expanded its mission of supporting progressive candidates and initiatives to St. Louis County. We are excited to announce the first County action team: MoMO Maplewood-Richmond Heights.
The Maplewood Public Library, at 7550 Lohmeyer Avenue, regularly schedules events for many interests and age groups. Coming up: coloring for adults, Maplewood stories of the past, volunteering opportunities, DIY around the home, discovering St. Louis public parks, and lots more.
Brentwood Police officers Thomas “Nick” Lang and Benjamin Drexl were honored recently for their part in saving the life a man who was threatening suicide from an upper level of a parking garage in Brentwood, according to the city of Brentwood.
Anthony Traxler, assistant city manager and director of public works for the city of Maplewood, was recently honored by the Missouri Municipal League with a statewide recognition, the Mid-County Chamber of Commerce has reported.
The first 20 customers for the Maplewood Raising Cane’s ( 2707 S. Big Bend Boulevard) were lined up Monday afternoon for the Tuesday morning opening. Those first 20 will receive a meal a week for a year. First in line gets a gift basket too.
These stories that Mr. Jones has been submitting are priceless. I’m not sure whether I should refer to him as Bill, Will or Billy but no matter. His stories let us understand past life in our community that we couldn’t possibly imagine otherwise. I’m sure you’ll enjoy his latest called:
Tapped restaurant, which opened last month at 7278 Manchester Road, plans to donate its tips to a different charity each month. In June, Joe’s Place will receive the tips, Joe’s place reported on Facebook.
April 17, 2017, the New York Times, page A4. That is the location of a disturbing article by Alissa Rubin titled, “As Village Homes Are Stripped Bare, French History Vanishes.” Ms. Rubin then goes on to describe how speculators and sometimes owners are stripping many of France’s historic buildings of their “architectural treasures and sell(ing) them, often abroad, leaving once graceful historic structures little more than empty shells behind gaily painted facades.”
Brett J. Stubblefield II, 28, of Fulton, MO, was charged with stealing a Mavic Pro helicopter drone valued at $1,000 at the Apple Store in the Galleria on April 10, according to court and police records.
Maplewood Richmond Heights seniors walked the elementary school and ECC hallways in their gowns to promote graduation for all, in this MRH student-produced video. Also a couple more videos from the end of the year.
Now this is a story I’ve been wanting to post for a long time. Three years anyhow. Those of you who have been following this blog for that long will recall that is when the magnificent cabinetry of the original Harper’s Pharmacy was removed so the space could be restored.
The discount home furnishings retailer, HomeGoods, is taking over the 17,800-square-foot space at Brentwood Pointe on Eager Road, according to the St. Louis Business Journal. It’s moving to Brentwood from a Ballwin location.