Friday, June 05, 2020
Thursday, June 04, 2020
At the June 4 Kirkwood City Council meeting, Chief Administrative Officer Russell Hawes announced that the National Guard would soon be stationed in Kirkwood. The move is likely a response to recent riots centering around the death of George Floyd, a Black man who was killed by a police offi…
Old Webster Jazz & Blues Festival organizers Joe Rath and Brian Ward aren't optimistic about the prospect of this year’s popular festival taking place in September. The two men spoke at a work session prior to the June 2 Webster Groves council meeting.
Wednesday, June 03, 2020
It was known prior to Tuesday night’s June 2 city council work session that Webster Groves stood to lose a quarter of a million dollars by opening the city’s aquatic center in mid-July.
The St. Louis County Department of Public Health recently announced new guidelines for the reopening of several classes of business.
Tuesday, June 02, 2020
Updated Wednesday morning, June 3, with reactions to the results from opponents and supporters of the measure.
Newcomers Liz Gibbons, incumbent Maggie Duwe and previous council member Bob Sears have been elected to the Kirkwood City Council.
Thomas (Allen) Todd II was elected to fill an unexpired term ending in April 2023 for the Webster Groves Board of Education in the June 2 election.
Incumbents Chad Kavanaugh and Jennifer Pangborn, along with newcomer Nikole Shurn, have been elected to the Kirkwood School District Board of Education.
Webster Groves voters passed two charter amendments which will give the city greater flexibility in choosing a city attorney and allow residents regular opportunities to review the city charter. The election was held June 2.
Incumbent Emerson E. Smith, along with newcomers Karen Denise Alexander and Sarah Green Richardson, have been elected to the Webster Groves City Council.
Monday, June 01, 2020
The Magic House recently announced its St. Louis Children’s Museum will open on Monday, June 15. The St. Louis City satellite location, MADE for Kids, is scheduled for opening Tuesday, June 9. The reopening for both locations includes several modifications to buildings, exhibits and practice…
Kirkwood voters will soon decide the fate of the widely debated Prop S — a multi-million expansion plan for the Kirkwood School District that would include building a new elementary school on property the district owns at Lindemann and Dougherty Ferry roads.
Three incumbent candidates — Amy Clendennen, Jo Doll and David Addison— have filed for reelection to three open seats on the Webster Groves School District Board of Education. As a result, by state law there names will not appear on the June 2 ballot. Terms are for three years.
In addition to the Webster Groves City Council race, Webster voters will decide on a pair of charter amendments that would give the city greater flexibility in choosing a city attorney and allow residents regular opportunities to review the city charter.
Five candidates will appear on the June 2 ballot to fill three open seats on the Kirkwood School District Board of Education. Terms are for three years.
Prompted by a pandemic, voters in Kirkwood, and throughout Missouri, will head to the polls two months later than usual, on June 2, to elect their municipal officials.