A pandemic and an announcement by Gov. Mike Parson has thrown back city elections from April 7 to June 2. The political show must go on — and that means more time to campaign for incumbent Mayor Patricia Fribis and challenger John Stephens for the top spot in Sunset Hills.
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A generation of marketers may have misappropriated the term “battle of the bulge” to spice up their campaigns to sell diet regimens to the body-conscious public, but historians refer to it in capital letters to memorialize one of the most significant, grueling battles of World War II.
Spearheaded by founder of Alpha Entertainment Vince McMahon, the original XFL was a professional American football league which ran for a single season in 2001. Airing in late winter and early spring, it sought to take advantage of sports fans’ lingering desire for football after the NFL sea…
Steve Keithline, who stays at the Biddle House in downtown St. Louis, takes the bus twice a week to panhandle at the intersection of Interstate 44 and Lindbergh Road. The area is on the border of Sunset Hills and Kirkwood, and police from both cities have been called out to address the panha…
About 100 residents attended a presentation of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s Lower Meramec Multi-Jurisdictional Floodplain Management Plan at the Sunset Hills Recreation Center on Jan. 29. Local elected officials said they may be crafting new legislation in line with the plan’s numerous …
The Affton Chamber of Commerce will hold a “Masquerade Gala,” its annual awards and dinner auction, on Saturday, Feb. 1, at Andre’s South Banquet Center, 4254 Telegraph Road.
At nearly 2,500 miles long, the Mississippi River is the second-longest river in North America. Known affectionately as “Old Man River” and “Father of Waters,” it touches many major U.S. cities including New Orleans, Memphis, Minneapolis and, of course, St. Louis.
On a recent cold morning Mike Shamia stood atop an elevated strip of land and looked out over 27 barren acres of the former Tower Tee.