Claire Heser, a kindergarten student at Avery Elementary in the Webster Groves School District, is greeted Tuesday morning, the first day of school, by Avery Super Principal Kevin Starks. When actors who were to portray superheroes backed out at the last minute, staff at Avery stepped in and…
Friday, August 16, 2019
Developing a digital app that generates metrics for fast-food drive-thru times. Establishing a shop that makes sports equipment more accessible for youngsters. Creating a new line of clothing.
The community turned out on a bright Saturday afternoon to help the Webster Groves School District celebrate its 150th anniversary and the beginning of the new school year. The Aug. 10 back-to-school barbecue was held in Ivory Crockett Park and featured lawn games, bubbles and plenty of good food.
The Des Peres Board of Aldermen at its Aug. 12 meeting amended a medical marijuana bill to allow a 1,000-foot buffer from schools, churches and day care facilities. The previous bill specified a 300-foot buffer and included parks in the restricted area list.
Friday, August 09, 2019
Webster Groves Subaru, with a long-time location at 7982 Big Bend Blvd. in Old Orchard and a newer used car facility at 7826 Big Bend, is considering a possible move to Sunset Hills.
Former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger was sentenced in federal court Friday, Aug. 9, to 46 months in prison, a $250,000 fine, three years’ supervised release, $130,000 restitution and a $300 special assessment related to his guilty pleas to three felony counts of honest services br…
Where to park the pooch is a potentially vexing problem for a dog-owning traveler who can’t include Fido in the itinerary.
The Glendale Board of Aldermen is taking a close look at the city’s current fire dispatching service to determine what options exist for improving it.
As they prepare to head into a new school year, officials of the Webster Groves School District have the fiscal wind in their sails thanks to a set of subtle, strategic changes.
There is a saying among those who bend rules that it is better to ask for forgiveness than for permission.
Residents of the region, especially in the communities of Kirkwood, Fenton and Sunset Hills, are invited to an open house about the project to build a connection for people walking and biking on the new Interstate 44 bridge over the Meramec River.
Drivers heading into Illinois over the Jefferson Barracks Bridge will have to endure another week of lane closures.
Help celebrate the beginning of the school year and Webster Groves School District’s 150th anniversary at a back-to-school barbecue on Saturday, Aug. 10, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., in Ivory Crockett Park, Bell and Almentor avenues in Webster Groves.
Although most students are getting ready to head back to school in the next week or two, the first day of school won’t come nearly as early next year now that Missouri lawmakers have pushed back starting dates.