Declining enrollment, state funding cuts result in "critical decisions"by Don CorriganIn the midst of a chaotic scene of student protests, the St. Louis Community College board of trustees voted on Thursday, Nov. 30, to approve a plan to lay off more than 100 full-time faculty and staff and to put a freeze on unfilled positions.
Beware of unidentified vans during peak gift delivery seasonby Julie Brown PattonProtecting packages from home delivery theft is becoming a foot race, prompting more residents to buy direct from nearby stores to avoid deliveries.
Cookie sales are the perfect solution for those too busy to bake this holiday seasonby Marty HarrisJanet Walker loves to bake with the aroma of freshly-baked goodies filling her kitchen.
Cor Jesu senior Naomi See receives Congressional Silver Medal for volunteer & community serviceby Don CorriganNaomi See loves to talk up Cor Jesu as a great high school. On a short tour of her school, she shows art work from the Independent Art Class in a hallway gallery.
2018 Marks 100 Years Of The Muny & 50 Years For CEO Dennis Reaganby Don CorriganThe Muny in Forest Park will mark 100 years of entertaining St. Louis in 2018. Dennis Reagan, president and CEO of this regional jewel and musical memory maker, will soon mark his own half-century at The Muny.
by Linda JarrettFor 21 years, dietary manager Brenda Armour has been cooking for HIV-afflicted residents at Doorways' Cooper House. She knows that her hard work has helped others live.