More than a year after the fatal shooting of a Kirkwood teenager, his family and police are again asking for the public’s help in locating the shooter.
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The Webster Groves-Shrewsbury-Rock Hill Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual Heart of the Community Awards Dinner on Friday, Feb. 7 at Westborough Country Club.
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…
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Walls are up, a roof is on, and now work on the inside of the new Kirkwood Performing Arts Center is taking place — at a dramatic pace. It’s nothing but good news for Jack Lane and Michael Hamilton of Stages St. Louis.
After nearly two hours of public comments, discussion and debate, the Kirkwood School Board approved putting a multi-million dollar expansion plan — one that includes building a new elementary school — before voters in April.
The St. Louis County Library Foundation presents bestselling author Daniel Levitin for a discussion and signing of “Successful Aging: A Neuroscientist Explores the Power and Potential of our Lives” on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 7 p.m. at Library Headquarters, 1640 S. Lindbergh Blvd.
The owners of the century-old house at 324 N. Taylor Ave. plan to tear it down and replace it with a modern brick structure — not an uncommon story in Kirkwood these days.
They were the little train tracks that could. Could do what? The Kirkwood-Carondelet rail line once routed freight around St. Louis City and also delivered a U.S. President to his home, which is now the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site in Grantwood Village.
It’s an unlikely scenario: hotel tycoon befriends nuns and together they build a cultural center for a major Midwest city. Allen Carl Larson has put this story together and he’s had the documents to authenticate the tale for almost five decades.
If you are among the untold thousands of twice-bitten St. Louis-area football fans who still seek a team to root for — four years after the Rams returned to Los Angeles and three decades after the Cardinals winged off for Arizona — you might want to stop in some Sunday afternoon at 8169 Big …
Fun for the entire family awaits at Downtown Kirkwood’s Holiday Walk on Saturday, Nov. 23. Beginning at 9:30 a.m., activities for children, holiday shopping, free entertainment and refreshments will make this day a festive way to begin celebrating the holiday season.