More South County Times Features
When it comes to being Irish, Robert P. McCulloch has a family seal and Gaelic name to reveal he’s the real deal. He’s the genuine Irish article and that may explain his selection as grand marshal for the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Dogtown that gets underway at 11 a.m., Sunday, March 17.
Marlborough is a puzzle piece of a village, familiar to and cherished by St. Louis and South County residents who can only go so long without a taco pizza from Happy Joe’s, and league bowlers who think Sunset Lanes is the only place to roll.
This year’s upcoming “world’s largest costumed pet parade” for Mardi Gras in Soulard on Feb. 24 will have the best-ever marshal leading it: Barclay, a 5-month-old, rambunctious yellow English Labrador who gladly will be barking the Blues.
Roughly 75 years after serving in World War II, Mehlville resident Eugene J. Harmack is being honored for the part he played in helping liberate France.
A federal lawsuit filed by a lesbian couple claiming they were discriminated against by a Sunset Hills senior housing community has been dismissed.
Thanks to a generous donation of new tracking equipment to the Crestwood Fire Department, the city’s firefighters will be the first in St. Louis to offer tracing assistance for at-risk missing persons with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Hikers, bikers and runners have a lot to look forward to in 2019 as work continues on projects to link area trails. Those links will enhance what has now become a nationally-recognized network of greenways.