Police are searching for two suspects who committed armed robberies at convenience stores in Kirkwood and South County early Thursday morning.
It's that time again! Time for visits by county appraisers. Time for a little head-scratching as to why your land and house went up in value by double digits. Time to plan out your county property reassessment appeal.
The Times is not in the habit of doling out free publicity on behalf of an upcoming estate or garage sale. In the case of Gerber Chapel of Webster Groves, however, an exception has been made.
In April, voters in St. Louis County passed Prop P, a half-cent sales tax increase expected to raise $80 million annually. The dedicated tax will fund police and public safety measures.
Nine months after a storm sent a huge tree crashing through the center of their Kirkwood home, Angie Fuss and her son have a house again.
A planned commercial district dubbed "Orchard Alley" was moved along by the Webster Groves City Council on April 18, receiving two of three readings needed for passage. A final vote is set for May 2.
Webster Groves City Council on May 2 will vote on whether to change the zoning code for bed and breakfast operations and short-term rentals in homes. The council gave first and second readings to that legislation on April 18.
On Saturday, April 8, 17 metro area high school acts poured their hearts and souls out on stage at the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition Finals at The Fabulous Fox Theatre.
Today I have a message for expectant and new mothers, and anyone else who might be inclined to, let's say, share more information about a subject than regular people wish to hear.
I happened to catch a couple of the "American Experience: The Great War" episodes last week. I have no need for cable TV so long as my rabbit ears pull in the Nine Network of Public Media.
A couple of years ago I was on a panel at Washington University on new media. An Internet Guru said the future of the newspaper is an online version tailored specifically to each individual reader's tastes.
Following are the results of the April 4 election in St. Louis City:
Baseball Tuesday, April 18: Webster Groves 8 - Affton 2 Vianney 1 - SLUH 3 Lindbergh 6 - Oakville 5 MICDS 2 - Lutheran South 8 Monday, April 17: Parkway North 6 - Kirkwood 10 Mehlville 15 - Miller Career 0 Girls Soccer Tuesday, April 18: Collinsville 0 - Nerinx Hall 2 Webster Groves 2 - Rockwood Summit 1 Lutheran South 3 - Parkway North 1 Oakville 2 - Lindbergh 1 Eureka 6 - Mehlville 0 Monday, April 17: Ursuline 3 - St.
Juniors Charlie Scheipeter of Webster Groves High School and Alex Heib of St. John Vianney are golfing buddies.
Kirkwood Upcoming Baseball - April 26 at Webster Groves, 4:15 p.m. Girls Soccer - April 27 vs. Pattonville, 4:15 p.
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