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  • Lindbergh High Welcomes Class Of 2022

    Students in the Lindbergh High School Link Crew welcomed more than 500 freshmen to the school during orientation on Aug. 8. read more »

  • DEAF Inc. held an Aug. 8 open house to celebrate its 10-year anniversary. The event was held at its headquarters located at 25 Frisco Ave. in Webster Groves. Pictured are, from left, front: Director of Community Programs Tia Jenice Morris; Executive Director Ernest E. Garrett II, with scissors; and Office Manager Christopher Ludvigsen, far right, holding the ribbon.

    DEAF Inc. Celebrates 10 Years Of Breaking Down Barriers

    Ten years of serving the deaf and hearing impaired was cause for celebration for DEAF Inc. on Aug. 8 — complete with oversized scissors, applauding dignitaries and even a ceremonial ribbon cutting. read more »

  • Chris Drier of Webster Groves is director of recycling operations for 64 of Waste Management's U.S. recycling plants.

    A Few Dos And Don'ts Of Recycling

    Chris Drier of Webster Groves is director of recycling operations for about 64 plants across the U.S.
    Webster Groves has a national recycling expert among its residents. Chris Drier is director of recycling operations for 64 U.S. recycling plants for Waste Management, and he has lots to say about recycling read more »

  • Joe Hays, principal at Clark Elementary School in Webster Groves, greets third grader Khaylee Killingsworth with a fist bump at the start of the school day on Tuesday.

    Welcome Students!

    Area school districts kicked off the new school year this week. The Webster Groves School District began classes on Tuesday. Kirkwood School District started on Wednesday. read more »

  • Beth Grollmes-Kiefer with one of Perennial City Composting’s four-gallon buckets used by customers to store food waste. |photo by Ursula Ruhl

    Perennial City Turns Food Scraps Into Compost

    The locavore movement — a term coined in 2005 referring to a push to consume only locally-grown food — has had a sweeping effect on the nation. read more »
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