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Emma Trippeer

Resident voices safety concerns after Commonwealth Avenue shootings

Maplewood resident and father, Jonathan Taylor, addressed the Maplewood City Council  Tuesday evening after his children's bus stop became the location of two shootings...

Maplewood mayor commends local heroes

On Tuesday night, Maplewood Mayor Barry Greenberg presented certificates of commendation to Gina Imo, Jeffrey Summers, and Richard Sykora for rescuing a man whose car...

Maplewood city council moves forward on Burgess parking restrictions

The Maplewood City Council voted on Tuesday evening to approve an ordinance restricting parking on Burgess avenue. This ordinance will restrict parking on Burgess...

Burgess Avenue residents complain about parking: city manager proposes restrictions

Maplewood City Manager Marty Corcoran proposed Tuesday night at the city council meeting that several parking spaces on Burgess Avenue be reserved for residents...

Maplewood, St. Louis combine for bridge repair grant request

Maplewood officials at the city's council meeting Tuesday authorized City Manager Marty Corcoran to apply for a Federal Highway Competitive Bridge Program grant in...

City council urges voters to become educated on the Clean Missouri Amendment

During their meeting on Tuesday night, Maplewood city council voted to approve a resolution "urging voters to become educated on Amendment 1, known as...

Citizens voice concerns over newly amended nuisance ordinance

On Tuesday evening, three Maplewood residents voiced their objections to the updated wording of the Maplewood nuisance ordinance, saying they didn't believe the city...

Maplewood officials move to amend nuisance ordinance; approve settlement with Rosetta Watson

On Tuesday evening the city council unanimously approved a resolution to execute a $137,000 release and settlement agreement with Rosetta Watson, the woman who...

Schnucks grocery opens

The new Schnucks grocery in Maplewood officially opened up this morning with a ribbon-cutting from Mayor Greenberg.

Enormous fallen tree becomes newest project for Maplewood couple

A potential danger became a fun family project for one Maplewood couple when they made the decision to cut down the red oak in their front yard.

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