Sunset Hills police are looking for two suspects of an armed robbery that happened early Monday morning at the BP gas station on Lindbergh Boulevard.
Friday, January 17, 2020
A presentation by Winter Brothers Materials riled some Sunset Hills residents and business people who believe the sand-and-gravel business’ plan to raise its 15-acre property a foot above the Meramec River flood plain will exacerbate local flooding.
Jane Hungler was sworn in as Fenton’s new city clerk by Mayor Bob Brasses during the Jan. 9 board of aldermen meeting. She previously was city clerk for Gerald, Missouri. Hungler originally planned to report to Fenton on Dec. 9, 2019, after attending an Oct. 24 Fenton board meeting. However,…
Andre’s Banquet Center owner John Armengol has complied with the city of Sunset Hills’ directive to remove a temporary gravel road he constructed last June as a secondary access during flooding to his business at 13328 West Watson Road.
Times Newspapers Publisher Dwight Bitikofer and Editor-in-Chief Don Corrigan are among 14 inductees of the new class of the St. Louis Media Hall of Fame.
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Friday, January 10, 2020
Friday, January 03, 2020
The Loop Trolley — a 2.2 mile fixed-track railcar connecting the Delmar Loop and the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park — gave its final rides last weekend after the Loop Trolley Company announced it would cease operations on Dec. 29. Though the trolley suffered low ridership in its just…