Nature and outdoor teachers all over the state are psyched about the Missouri Environmental Education Association conference coming to St. Louis on Nov. 1-3. Lesli Moylan of Kirkwood is the new executive director of MEEA, and she’s a busy bee these days.
Past South County Times Features
In 1990 I was into participatory journalism. So, when the Times asked me as a cub reporter to write some feature stories about businesses in the readership area, I naturally gravitated to South County, where I grew up, and a tattoo shop, Craig’s Tattoos at 341 Lemay Ferry Road in Lemay.
“Affton Gives Back” is this year’s theme for the annual Affton Community Days Parade.
A new STL for Safe Technology group is celebrating what they view as a court victory in August. The group also will have its first informational meeting at the Webster Groves Public Library, 301 E. Lockwood Ave., on Monday, Sept. 9, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Mark Schupp wants to show off all Missouri has to offer when it comes to golf. To that end, he has created a website – that’s not for hackers – called www.MoGolfTour.com where he has reviewed more than 350 courses in the state.
A bumblebee settles on an ironweed flower and a silver-spotted skipper spends time in a flower bed at Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center in Kirkwood. The center held an educational “Pollinator Party” on Aug. 20 for young naturalists. Children searched for, then learned about native pol…
Ellie Stanley, entering the first grade at Mesnier Primary School in the Affton School District, smiles as she stands in front of a sign welcoming students back to school on Tuesday, Aug. 13. Mesnier, located at 6930 Weber Road, has been updated to include an additional six kindergarten clas…
A 120,000-square foot, two-story aquarium will be the crowning jewel of a multi-million-dollar transformation of St. Louis Union Station, a National Historic Landmark.
The world’s largest collection of Pulitzer Prize winning photography opened at the Missouri History Museum on Saturday, Aug. 3.
The latest vision of Steven Bander Park was unveiled by the Sunset Hills Parks and Recreation Committee last week.
From Kirkwood to Crestwood, from Fenton to Webster Groves, city officials are trying to figure out their place in the fastest growing industry in the U.S. That industry would be cannabis – once known as weed, pot or Mary Jane.
It was an uphill climb to get Wildwood city officials to approve the new recreational zip lines for Hidden Valley, but now the $2.5 million ZipTour project is complete. Outdoor adventurers will be riding high this summer at a site best known for winter ski fun.