Casey Saunders, 30, died Sunday during the Tour of Kansas Cityby Jaime MowersThe Midwest bicycling community – and many others – are mourning the loss of an elite cyclist from Webster Groves who died Sunday, June 25, after crashing during a race in Kansas City.
Some at Webster High are disappointed that they cannot be contestantsby Jaime MowersAshley Landau has spent most of her life attending Webster Groves public schools. Landau represents Webster Groves on the Webster Waves Swim and Dive team, and is a member of her high school swim team. She will graduate as a Webster Groves High School Statesman next year.
by Dennis HannonA great city needs a great vision, and that's what Kirkwood city staff and officials have been working for more than 30 months to create. They call it Envision Kirkwood 2035.
Adjacent residents have until June 30 to sign up to treat trees or city will removeby Mary ShapiroWebster Groves officials continue to gear up for a project to remove ash trees in street rights of way.
Customers love the school, neighbors fear commercializationby Linda JarrettIndividuals came out on June 20 for and against a plan to expand a child care facility in Rock Hill.
by Dennis HannonShrewsbury will set aside $5,000 for home improvement projects from its $20,000 annual Community Development federal block grant, the Shrewsbury Board of Aldermen ruled on June 13.
State Rep. Sarah Unsicker, D-Shrewsbury, will host a town hall meeting at Webster University on Wednesday, June 28, at 7 p.m. for an open dialogue regarding the barriers to employment for citizens with disabilities and to begin developing possible solutions.
On June 7, the captain graduated from the FBI National AcademyGlendale Police Capt. Robert A. Catlett Jr. was honored on June 19 for graduating from the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Academy and for over 30 years of service with the Glendale Police Department.
Police offer safe place to exchange items purchased onlineAcross the nation, crimes are committed on a daily basis involving those who are attempting to buy or sell an item through an online or social media site such as Craigslist or Facebook.
Summer road construction is underway.
City manager warns that pool is already a crowded placeby Mary ShapiroWebster Groves is considering a request by Rock Hill Mayor Ed Mahan to allow Rock Hill children attending classes in the Webster Groves School District to use the city's pool without being accompanied by a Webster Groves resident.
by Dennis HannonKirkwood continues to compile dazzling financial figures in its operating fund through the past fiscal year, which ended March 31, Finance Director John Adams reported to the Kirkwood City Council on June 15.
Deadline is July 10The Webster-Kirkwood Times is sponsoring a Pets & Their People photo contest. Readers are invited to submit a photo of themselves enjoying time with their favorite canine companion.
The Missouri Secretary of State's office announced this week that both the Kirkwood and Webster Groves public libraries have been named to receive state grants.
Residents of the Webster Groves School District are invited to meet with members of the board of education and talk about district schools on Sunday, July 2, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. at Panera Bread, 21 Allen Ave. in Webster Groves.
Police still searching for Bruce BrutsmanA St. Louis County inmate who escaped from custody while being treated at a local hospital Saturday is from the Affton area.
Princess Layla Kruse plants a big kiss on a frog in hopes he will turn into a prince.
Civil War Museum at Jefferson Barracks sues over monument ownershipby Patti EischenFor months now the fate of the Confederate War Memorial in Forest Park has played prominently in local, and even national, news coverage.
Deadline is July 10The South County Times is sponsoring a Pets & Their People photo contest.
1:1 Initiative & Project Lead The Way account for part of increaseby Joe LeichtAt its June 20 meeting, the Affton Board of Education approved a budget for the upcoming fiscal year that calls for $33.38 million in expenditures, supported by $32.56 million in projected revenues.
The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's Office on June 17 charged Charles Ackerman, 30, of Cape Girardeau, with robbery and armed criminal action in the June 7 robbery of Reliance Bank, 1000 S. Highway Drive in Fenton.
A Crestwood man has been charged in the June 16 robbery of U.S. Bank at 11685 Gravois Road in Sunset Hills.
Summer road construction is well underway.
Beautify Crestwood's first garden tour on Sunday featured six diverse gardens
Join the Crestwood Parks Department for a fun evening with friends and neighbors this summer at the Playhouse stage in Whitecliff Park, 9245 Whitecliff Park Lane.
Head to RiverChase, 990 Horan Drive in Fenton on Saturday, June 24, 1 to 3 p.m., to kick off the 2017 pool season.
Military photos will also be on displayIn July, SSM Health St. Clare Hospital and the SSM Health Medical Group offices on the Fenton campus will celebrate veterans with "Salute to America."
Candidate forum July 9 in Central West EndFour people are vying for Mayor Lyda Krewson's former 28th Ward alderman seat in a special election on Tuesday, July 11.
Civil War Museum will place monument in storage until new location is foundby Patti EischenFor months now the fate of the 1914 Confederate War Memorial in Forest Park has played prominently in local, and even national, news coverage.
Residents voice objections at June 20 public meetingby Charles BolingerAt least 200 people gathered at the Mandarin House Banquet Hall in University City June 20 to listen to Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) representatives outline plans for a wastewater storage facility in their community.
Review board gives OK to building designby Mitch SchneiderThe Centene Corporation expansion took a major step on June 19 with a vote by Clayton's Plan Commission/Architectural Review Board to recommend a major part of the project — a 1,000-seat auditorium.
Developer hopes to attract another brewery to the siteby Margaret GillermanFor over a year, University City residents and officials looked forward to a new craft brewery dispensing cold brew, good cheer and tax revenue.
by Charles BolingerDuring its June 26 meeting, the City Council of University City voted unanimously to approve a staff recommendation to resurface the 1500 block of Mendell Drive.
Council members propose last-minute amendmentsby Charles BolingerAfter a flurry of amendments, the City Council of University City on June 26 unanimously passed its budget for the 2018 fiscal year. Council Member L. Michael Glickert was absent