Monday, June 07, 2021
Vandals punched and kicked a hole through the “Black Lives Matter” lawn sign at Eliot Unitarian Chapel, 100 S. Taylor Ave. in Kirkwood, at about 2 a.m. on Thursday, May 27.
The Webster Groves City Council is set to vote on June 15 to allow the “Willow in Webster” banquet facility and dance academy to use space in the Rolling Ridge Nursery complex at 60 N. Gore Ave.
The Webster Groves Aquatic Center is now accepting the “Freestyle Pool Pass,” which has been made possible through a collaboration between the Webster-Rock Hill Ministries, the Alliance for Interracial Dignity and the Webster Groves School District.
Teams of students in the Kirkwood School District took the top two spots in the annual area-wide Elementary School Book Battle in May. Teams of students from 13 area schools came together virtually for this year’s competition. The Tillman Elementary School team won first place and the Keysor…
Friday, June 04, 2021
The Webster Groves Community Days Parade is back! Applications are now being accepted for the 2021 parade set for Saturday, July 3, at 10 a.m.
Monday, May 31, 2021
With Shrewsbury Mayor Sam Scherer resigning his post for health reasons, former Alderman Mike Travaglini will now serve as the city’s interim mayor.
The St. Louis Dirt Burners R/C Raceway is back up and running for the summer following a suspected arson incident in September.
Visitors to Kirkwood’s downtown area may no longer have to circle the business district in search of a parking space.
Due to the death of one of our carriers and the addition of three new delivery drivers, we ask that readers be patient with newspaper delivery for the next three to four weeks. Newspapers will be delivered anywhere from Thursday afternoon through Saturday morning for the next month to accomm…
Kirkwood High School sophomore Jacob Buchek, 16, has been accepted to and will attend Interlochen Arts Camp, the nation’s premier multidisciplinary summer arts program for aspiring artists in grades 3-12.
Ann Molloy of Encompass Resolutions, a firm hired to investigate the Kirkwood School District’s handling of past sexual abuse allegations, will present a report on the firm’s findings at the district’s June 28 board of education meeting.