Newly elected Fenton Mayor Brasses kept his campaign promise to work with the residents, for the residents. Mayor Brasses held a special meeting to recommend an alderman for the opening in Ward 3. By doing that immediately, residents would be represented equally with two aldermen in each ward.
Newly-elected Fenton Mayor Bob Brasses, supported by Alderman Maurath and new Aldermen Wisbrock and Jokerst (Team1), leaves his aldermanic seat but still has familiar opponents in Team2, who supported defeated Mayor Voyles, whom the voters came to know as a conduit for special interests and,…
I am writing because I want to protect our open Internet. Two years ago, the FCC under Ajit Pai repealed the net neutrality protections that make the internet an open and free platform to connect and exchange ideas. If we can’t restore these protections, the internet as we know it could chan…
Allow me to express my thanks to the Ancient Order of Hibernians for giving me the great honor of serving as grand marshal for the annual Dogtown St. Patrick’s Day Parade. I have participated in the parade for nearly 30 years, but this was clearly the highlight.
Why is state Sen. Andrew Koenig, R-District 15, the primary sponsor for charter school expansion in the state legislature when he currently represents three AAA rated school districts (Kirkwood, Parkway and Rockwood)? Do we really need charter schools in our area?
From what I can see, Mr. Bob Oberst (March 8 Mailbag) has been fuming ever since he read the March 1 letter in the South County Times in which Stephen Cakouros criticized U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez whose Green campaign has now reached the zany stage.