2 suspects still at large following Dec. 3 crimeby Jaime MowersPolice are asking for the public's help in finding two male suspects who carjacked a man in the parking lot of the Toys R Us in Sunset Hills on Sunday, Dec. 3.
Firefighters in Webster Groves and Glendale just after 2 p.m. Monday responded to a brush fire along the Union Pacific railroad tracks near North Elm Avenue, adjacent to Epworth Children and Family Services.
City kicks off Christmas season with annual tree lighting ceremonyA picturesque full moon partially hidden behind clouds lingers over the Shrewsbury Police Station where a crowd gathered for the city's annual tree lighting ceremony and the arrival of Santa Claus.
Webster Groves City Council endorses 3-story apartment building at 226 E. Lockwood Ave.
by Mary ShapiroWith supporters saying the project will shore up the city's tax rolls and opponents insisting it violates the city's comprehensive plan, the Webster Groves City Council on Dec. 5 voted to rezone the former YMCA site to make way for a three-story luxury apartment complex.
Allied Services has provided trash pickup to city since 2006
by Mary ShapiroThe Glendale Board of Aldermen on Dec. 4 approved an updated trash hauling and recycling contract with Allied Services (doing business as Republic Services). The new contract calls for an increase in residential rates in future years but not in 2018.
by Kevin Murphy A Missouri judge has ruled against the city of Chesterfield and its claim that the system for distributing sales tax in St. Louis County is unconstitutional.
by Jaime MowersAn Affton woman has been charged with assault after hitting a construction worker who signaled her to stop on Edgar Road and East Jackson Road in Webster Groves on Monday morning.
The City of Shrewsbury has received the Government Finance Officers Association's Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.
The graduating class of 1967 from St. Peter Elementary School in Kirkwood recently held its 50th reunion.
Nomination deadline is Friday, Dec. 15
Nominations are being accepted for the January 2018 election to the University of Missouri Extension Council of St. Louis County.
The 2017-2018 flu season is off to an early start in Missouri. As of Nov. 25, there were 1,545 cases of the flu reported to the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, compared to 379 cases reported at the same time last year.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced Friday, Dec. 8, that his office will not seek the death sentence for the man accused of killing St. Louis County Police Officer Blake Snyder.
Study shows added money will bring officer pay in line with peers
by Joe LeichtJust over half of the anticipated new revenues from Proposition P should enable Sunset Hills to bring its police officers' salaries in line with their peers across the St. Louis metro area, according to a study commissioned by the board of aldermen and presented at a Nov. 28 work session.
Officer Michael Clinton honored Nov. 20
by Julie Brown PattonOne local family is alive to celebrate the holiday season because a fire during the wee hours at their Fenton home caught the attention of an alert police officer who jumped from his vehicle to ensure the sleeping residents got out safely.
Salary would come from Prop P revenue
by Joe LeichtStarting this week, the streets of Green Park will have twice the police presence they have had to date thanks to Proposition P and the will of Mayor Bob Reinagel and the board of aldermen.
Affton resident wins gift certificate to Tucker's Place
Sarah Torode of Affton is the winner of the recent South County Times Experience South County readers' contest published Nov. 3. She chose a $100 gift certificate to Tucker's Place as her prize.
Mayor Shelley Welsch not commenting on a run for re-electionby Margaret GillermanUniversity City Councilman Terry Crow has kicked off his campaign to try to replace two-term mayor Shelley Welsch.
New developments, businesses on the riseby Charles BolingerThe Central West End continues to percolate with construction projects and new businesses. Plenty of retail and residential construction is either underway or planned.
by Mitch SchneiderAfter several weeks of discussion, the Clayton Board of Aldermen on Nov. 28 denied an appeal from residents to reverse an earlier decision regarding Centene Corporation and its plan to redevelop the former Maryland School property.