Maplewood History: What Was In That Building On The Corner?

A couple of weeks ago I got an email from reader Meredith.  She said, “I am looking for some historical information on a building. I’m a big fan of the historic Maplewood blog posts and I’m curious about the building at 7376 Manchester, on the SE corner of Manchester and Sutton. Do you have any information on its original purpose or other history of the building throughout the years?

Richmond Heights Police reports on Galleria protest, disputes account of woman’s arrest

Richmond Heights Police responded to photos of a woman being arrested during the protest at the Galleria on Saturday, as reported by the Post-Dispatch, by posting on Facebook a photo of what looks like the woman jumping on the back of an officer before she was arrested, the department said. “…the full story wasn’t shared,” according to the department.

MRH runner wins regional race

Maplewood Richmond Heights sophomore Malik Stewart on Saturday took first place out of 86 runners in the Class 1-2 race in the annual Hancock Invitational cross country race at Jefferson Barracks.

Missouri Bar honors Gina Mitten

Each year, the Missouri Bar recognizes state lawmakers who have made significant contributions to legislation which affects the administration of justice and the integrity of the judiciary, according to The Missouri Bar. This year, Rep. Gina Mitten (D-St. Louis), from Richmond Heights was one of four selected. 

3rd ‘Not OK’ protest in Brentwood canceled

The third ‘Not OK’ protest sponsored by Indivisible St. Louis, at Brentwood Boulevard and Eager Road, scheduled for Friday, Sept. 22, has been canceled, according to the group’s Facebook page.

Hardware shop dog dies

An owner of  Scheidt True Value Hardware, George McClandliss, reported that the former shop dog of the store, Pepper (full name, Peppercorn Jack), was hit by a car on Tuesday and died.

Eagle Scout awarded

Maplewood-Richmond Heights Boy Scout Troop 362 awarded its newest Eagle Scout on Saturday.

MRH superintendent responds to Stockley decision

In a statement to the Maplewood Richmond Heights community district superintendent, Karen Hall, says the MRH high school students have safe opportunities to talk through things such as race relations, following the State vs. Stockley case decision on Friday.

MRH head bus driver caught in good deed

Maplewood resident, Robert Chandler, saw head MRH bus driver, Dan Carnell (Mr. Dan) going by one of his stops a second time Friday morning and wondered why — he posted it on Facebook.

MRH soccer drops one, volleyball wins

Maplewood Richmond Heights soccer dropped to 5 wins, 4 losses, and a tie on Monday following a 1-0 loss to Bayless, but paused for a team photo for Twitter anyway.