Following a pause during the pandemic, the Kirkwood Route 66 Cars & Guitars Festival returned last weekend, drawing thousands of people to downtown Kirkwood.
Apart from a ride malfunction on Friday night, St. Peterfest was “an exceptionally great event,” said Kevin Stillman, director of finance and operations for St. Peter Catholic Church. Stillman went on to say that the weather was the best it had been in years.
Cooler temperatures didn't stop kids and adults from coming out to enjoy opening weekend at the Kirkwood Aquatic Center. Check out scenes from the early summer fun in the gallery below.
On Sunday, May 1, Kirkwood High School celebrated its soon-to-be graduates with a car parade. Students decorated vehicles, drove through the streets of Kirkwood and ended their route in the parking lot of the high school, where many families stopped to celebrate and take pictures.
Four-legged friends came from all over the area to meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for treat-filled eggs at the annual Dog Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 9, at Blackburn Park in Webster Groves.
Entries into Webster Arts’ “Spring Forward” public art project are now on display through March 26 on the grounds of Eden Theological Seminary, 475 E. Lockwood Ave. The Spring Forward project was open to families, individuals, businesses and community organizations to create spring-themed ar…
Santa traded his sleigh this year for an old-fashioned trolley at the National Museum of Transportation in Kirkwood. Last weekend, families flocked to the museum to see live reindeer, check out trains — both real and model — and hop aboard the Holly Jolly Trolley to tell Santa their Christma…
Holiday spirit was on display in Webster Groves on Saturday, Dec. 4, with participants taking part in the 10th annual Santas on the Loose 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Run/Walk. The race started at the Webster Groves Public Library and ran through the Webster Park neighborhood.
Downtown Kirkwood kicked off the holiday season with a “Holiday Walk” on Saturday, Nov. 20. Santa and Mrs. Claus greeted children at the train station, merchants held sales and specials, and there was entertainment from The Lucille Rapp Tumblers.
Unseasonably warm weather and colorful autumn trees brought visitors to the Old Webster neighborhood on Sunday, Nov. 14, for the annual Old Webster Holiday Open House.
Following a successful first year, the second annual Webster Groves Porchfest went off without a hitch this year as well. The 2021 event took place on Sunday, Oct. 3, in North Webster.
The pandemic didn't stop the 15th annual Hands On Kirkwood last Saturday, Oct. 2. Started by Kirkwood Baptist Church in 2007, Hands On Kirkwood is an annual community mission blitz to make the world a better place with good deeds — from simple lawn care to massive charity projects. Even non-…
On a picture-perfect evening Wednesday, Sept. 29, over 200 Kirkwood School District students stormed the field to participate in the fifth annual Unified Night Lights event at Kirkwood High School in the E.L. Lyons Memorial Stadium.
Labor Day traditionally marks the end of the summer pool season ... well, at least for swimmers of the human variety. In many communities, it’s the dogs who get to enjoy the final swim of the season — one last splash before the pools are drained for the year.
While it might not be 100% back to normal, the 2021-22 academic year is already feeling more like pre-pandemic times. Students in the Webster Groves school district returned to in-person classes on the first day of school earlier this week.
Rock Hill resident Ashlee Felling, a self-professed Olympic fanatic, decided to celebrate the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games with an Olympics of her own. Felling hosted over 40 guests, dressed for the part representing several countries, in her very own "Rock Hilympic Games" on Saturday, July 24.
The Webster Waves — Webster Groves’ municipal swim team — took first place in the Southwest Municipal Swim and Dive League Swim Conference Meet on Thursday, July 22. The event hosted more than 300 swimmers at the Webster Groves Aquatic Center.
Welcome back to the pool! Swimmers from Webster and Kirkwood made a splash at the Kirkwood Aquatic Center on Monday, June 14, for the start of swim season — the first in two years, following last year’s canceled season due to the pandemic.
Memorial Day weekend traditionally marks the opening of area swimming pools, and chilly temperatures didn't stop kids from having fun at the Kirkwood Aquatic Center on Saturday, May 29.
On any given afternoon, there’s a constant whir of wheels in motion at the Webster Groves Skatepark. There’s skateboarding, scootering, rollerblading, rollerskating, BMX biking — and a lot of smiling.
Ever since creating a COVID-friendly way to dispense Halloween candy and a display in the front yard of his Webster Groves home, David Neu has continued to bring some light-hearted fun for neighbors and passers-by on South Old Orchard Avenue. The photos are a few of his creations and configu…
Marketing students from Webster Groves High School organized the 20th annual Jim Schoemehl 5K and 10K Walk/Run for ALS on Saturday, May 1. Due to COVID-19, this year's event offered both virtual and in-person options.
Excitement and relief filled the air on Tuesday, March 16, as hundreds of teachers and staff from the Webster Groves School District rolled up their sleeves to receive a shot of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Just as the clocks are about to jump ahead an hour, ushering in a season of bright colors often accompanied by a renewed sense of hope, so does the Spring Forward community art display in Webster Groves.
Despite frigid temperatures and car troubles, winter snow has its perks! Check out these crazy kids enjoying frosty fun at Greenbriar Hills Country Club on Tuesday, Feb. 9. The Times would like to note that Greenbriar Hills Country Club is private property and is not open to the public.
The Webster Groves Boys Varsity Basketball team recently celebrated the achievements of senior players at a Senior Night celebration on Jan. 29. Parents and teammates honored the accomplishments of players with bright futures ahead!
Children of all ages were invited to Crown Royal's Motorcycle Club on Monday, Jan. 18, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and to receive a free book from Eyeseeme African American Children's Bookstore. The event was sponsored and organized by the Meacham Park Neighborhood Improveme…
Between the third and fourth weeks of January 2020, all six Bethesda independent living communities held clinics to administer the first of two doses of COVID-19 vaccine to residents and staff.
Santas were “on the loose” in Webster Groves on Saturday, Dec. 5, for the 2020 edition of the annual Santa run. About 200 runners donned festive gear to take part in the 5K Run/Walk; 22 participated in the 1 Mile Run/Walk.
Wearing masks and socially distancing, the annual “Wagon Train of Food” to fight hunger took place Friday morning, Nov. 20. Students from The College School in Webster Groves trekked to Emmanuel Episcopal Church to donate thousands of food items to those in need.