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Suicide Suspected In Train Fatality In Affton

by Jaime Mowers
Authorities believe a train fatality in the Affton area on Friday was a suicide.

New Lindbergh School Board To Deal With 2 Major Issues

by Jim Merkel
When the dust settles after the April 4 Lindbergh School Board election, members of the reformed Lindbergh board will have to deal with two major issues.

Larry Knox Leaving Affton School Board Mid-Term

by Joe Leicht
Affton School Board Member Larry Knox announced at the March 21 board meeting that, after seven years of service, professional commitments are forcing him to step down.

Beautification Grant Program Now Underway In Crestwood

by Eileen P. Duggan
The Crestwood Board of Aldermen on March 14 voted 6-1 to approve a bill outlining a grant program to be administered by the Crestwood Beautification Committee to fund small beautification projects in public areas.

Affton School District Budget Reflects Recent Referendums

2017-18 figures will likely be revised over next several months

by Joe Leicht
The Affton School District's first draft of its 2017-18 budget projects three-quarters of a million dollars in deficit. The deficit is primarily due to the construction costs of the new gymnasium at Gotsch Intermediate.

Honeysuckle Removal At Crestwood's Rayburn Park

The Crestwood Parks and Recreation Department reports that bush honeysuckle is destroying the understory of area parks. As a result, volunteers are needed to assist city staff in several areas of Rayburn Park.

New Lindbergh Schools Boundaries Ease Crowding, But Add To Disruption

A quarter of students at elementary & middle schools will be affected

by Jim Merkel
At the end of the school year, classmates in elementary and middle schools in the Lindbergh School District will say goodbye to their peers.

Speakers Take On Sex Education Program

by Jim Merkel
Some Lindbergh Schools parents are keeping pressure on the district to discontinue a sex education program offered by a religious organization.

Sunset Hills Aldermen Squelch Court Drive Redevelopment

Plan called for new homes & a credit union

by Joe Leicht
Before a mostly approving audience, the Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen at its March 14 meeting all but erased the possibility that a portion of the Court Drive/West Watson Road area will become a villa community anchored by a credit union.

Lindbergh School District Names JoŽl Cracchiolo As New CFO

Lindbergh Schools announced this week that JoŽl Cracchiolo has been named the district's new chief financial officer.
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