Two of four runaway boys from Webster Groves have been located, police said Monday afternoon, July 15.
Monday, July 15, 2019
Friday, July 12, 2019
One of four runaway boys from Webster Groves has been located, police said Friday morning, July 12.
The issue of regulating medical marijuana is still perplexing the Des Peres Board of Aldermen, which tabled the bill for a second time.
Des Peres resident David Kinest said his property has become a “deer superhighway.” That is how he described his home on Winding Trails Lane to the Des Peres Board of Aldermen at its Monday night meeting.
The Webster Groves City Council on July 2 gave first and second readings to amend city code that regulates home-based businesses. A final vote is set for July 18.
Thursday, July 11, 2019
The Webster Groves Police Department is currently attempting to locate four missing or runaway boys.
Friday, July 05, 2019
Sixteen hours after fireworks misfired, injuring several people at a July 4 celebration in Webster Groves, city officials and fireworks company representatives had still not weighed in on the incident.
Thursday, July 04, 2019
As morning commuters weave their way through seemingly endless construction on Interstate 44, a light has appeared at the end of the tunnel —er, bridge. MoDOT reopened all lanes of I-44 near Shrewsbury on June 27 after a six month delay to the project.
For the past four years, Webster Groves Public Library has featured a local history display in its gallery during the month of July. This month’s display is “The History of the Mayors of Webster Groves,” a pictorial review of all the people who have filled the office since the city’s incorpo…
More than four years after a Sunset Hills woman went missing, her husband has pleaded guilty to her murder.
The 2020 election races may seem far off, but the first noisy presidential primary debates are fait accompli. Now there’s plenty of noise being made about Missouri’s state and local races.