Amount of time these cities, parks and St. Louis County areas will be within the Moon's shadow.The partial eclipse begins in the St. Louis area at about 11:50 a.m. and ends at 2:44 p.m. The total eclipse begins at 1:18 p.m. Affton – 1 min. 30 sec.
by Jaime MowersA suspect is in custody and police are investigating an early morning double shooting in Kirkwood on Aug. 23 that left two people injured.
Some fear lofts at YMCA property will be used for student housingby Mary ShapiroLoft apartments proposed for 226 E. Lockwood Ave., at the former Webster Groves Family YMCA, have some residents questioning its five-story height, the availability of parking, and whether Webster University may house students there.
Council OKs contract with Streib Electric for $38,301by Mary ShapiroThe Webster Groves Sculpture Garden, located at North Gore and West Kirkham, will be improved with lighting later this year.
Lawsuit filed by Alderman Ben Sansoneby Linda JarrettThe city of Des Peres is violating the Missouri Sunshine Law, according to a lawsuit filed by Des Peres Board of Aldermen member Ben Sansone.
Kirkwood – The Kirkwood-Big Bend Road bridge over Interstate 270 is now open to traffic. Some finishing touches to the construction are still ongoing, but will be done during off-peak hours.
by Mary ShapiroThe Webster Groves City Council on Aug. 15 approved legislation that, for the first time, will provide a school resource officer for Great Circle.
GoFundMe page has raised $20,000 to assist family in moving back to Websterby Jaime MowersA fundraising campaign to help bring Raynard Nebbitt back to Webster Groves has raised more than $20,000.
by Jaime MowersA Webster Groves family is grateful for all of the ways friends, neighbors and community members have supported them since a fire destroyed their home last week.
Award-winning photographer and Webster Groves High School alumnus Joseph Sohm will open the newly renovated Webster Groves High School auditorium on Saturday, Sept. 9 .
Darby Simpson, 5, checks out her desk in her kindergarten class during an Aug. 14 open house event at Mesnier Primary School in the Affton School District.
School incorporates innovative teaching & learning strategyby Joe LeichtA 95-year-old structure on Will Avenue that, for most of its existence, has been used for education has a new lease on life.
Class of 2016's 4-year college attendance best in 6 yearsby Joe LeichtThe Affton School District begins the school year with just a handful more students than the 2016-17 year, with a few more likely to be added to enrollment rolls as the first week of classes unfolds.
by Charles BolingerSouth County residents who live along and near Musick Avenue may have some construction to deal with if the St. Louis County Council approves a project requested by Daniel Dreisewerd, acting director of transportation and public works.
St. Louis County Library will begin construction on a new library to replace the Meramec Valley Branch in late 2017 or early 2018.
Mayor takes issue with "combative tone"by Charles BolingerThe City Council of University City on Aug. 14 unanimously adopted a six-page, detailed resolution regarding Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District's Project Clear sewage tank proposal.
by Kevin MurphyDespite intense political pressure on State Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal to resign, the University City lawmaker, as of Tuesday, Aug. 22, remains steadfast in her pledge to serve out the final year of her term.
Fire department cites Loop Trolley as one reason for acquisitionby Charles BolingerThe City Council of University City on Aug. 14 unanimously approved a new utility truck for the fire department after a month-long delay. The council had postponed a decision until learning of the current truck's mileage and uses.
Construction gets underway soon on $550 million projectby Jim MerkelA half-billion dollar project to build a new SSM Health Saint Louis University Hospital and ambulatory care center begins at the end of this month.