During a spirited town hall meeting on Wednesday that lasted more than three hours and was plagued with technical difficulties, dozens of Warson Woods residents told city officials they oppose the city’s plan to merge its police services with that of Glendale.
Webster Groves is planning a July 4 fireworks celebration for next year, though several changes are in the works to accommodate a 2021 show.
Last week, several Webster Groves locations were tagged with racist graffiti. Read The Times coverage of the incident here.
The Kirkwood Council held a hearing at its regular meeting on Sept. 3 for a site plan review and zoning code text amendment for a proposed Commerce Bank property at 300 N. Kirkwood Road, which would be assigned a new address of 350 N. Kirkwood Road.
“Boring But Important” is an apt description of the goings on at the Sept. 1 meeting of the Webster Groves City Council.
The city of Webster Groves is partnering with Forest ReLeaf of Missouri to provide replacement trees to Webster residents who provide proof that they've removed an invasive and problematic Bradford Pear tree from their property.
According to Director of Public Services Bill Bensing, Kirkwoodians will be paying more for trash services starting Oct. 1, 2020, due to increases in recycling cost. The change was announced at a regular Kirkwood City Council meeting on Thursday, Aug. 6.
In a surprise upset that made national headlines on Tuesday, Cori Bush took down longtime U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay, ending his 20-year career hold on Missouri’s 1st Congressional District.
In statewide races on Tuesday, Aug. 4, several candidates with local connections handily won their primaries setting them up for general election contests on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
After a neck-and-neck contest most of Tuesday evening, Amendment 2 for Medicaid expansion pulled ahead with 53% of Missouri voters choosing to support the health care measure.
“Earth Rabbit,” a 12-foot sculpture created from ceramic, glass, mirror and tile, may be on its way to a new home in Webster Groves.
In the Aug. 4 primary for St. Louis County Executive, four Democrats have put the focus on dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, loss of jobs, gun violence and race relations. However, that doesn’t mean environmental issues are off their radar.
Interim Webster Groves City Manager Joan Jadali on Tuesday, July 21, reviewed the city’s quarterly financial report with members of the city council.
Despite strong opposition from those claiming that wireless communication creates health risks, the Webster Groves City Council on Tuesday, July 21, gave unanimous approval to AT&T to install nine cellular antennas to the top of an existing light pole.
SG Collaborative (SGC) will share initial concepts for a large-scale development project in Webster Groves during a virtual town hall meeting on Tuesday, July 14, 7 p.m.
This Friday is “Steve Wylie Day” in Webster Groves. After nearly 19 years of service to the city, July 17 honors the city manager’s final day before the 63-year-old heads off to retirement.
Racial strife and equity issues are on the front burner of the primary race for St. Louis County Executive. However, none of the candidates are showing any enthusiasm for protesters’ calls to “Defund the Police” at demonstrations.
AT&T wants to install nine cellular antennas to the top of an existing light pole located in the parking lot east of Moss Field. The property is owned by the Webster Groves School District.
Kirkwood Mayor Tim Griffin announced at the regular city council meeting on July 2 that the Kirkwood Police Department does not have the authority to enforce a county mandate requiring people to wear masks when inside businesses and near other people in public.
The primary race for St. Louis County Executive has Democrats in agreement that COVID-19 is an unprecedented and very serious issue, but they part ways on how local government should address the pandemic health crisis.
The Kirkwood City Council added three new members on Thursday, June 25, during a live-streamed special meeting session.