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Take a look at just some of what you'll find on Town and Country - Manchester Patch this week.

Coming up this week on your Town and Country - Manchester Patch site:


Local Parents and Parkway React To New Proposed Bullying Legislation -

A Town and Country state lawmaker is sponsoring a bill to tighten bullying legislation in public schools. This week Patch takes a look at the changes she's proposing, plus we talk to Parkway and parents for a closer look at bullying, what they're seeing and what they think about the proposed changes.

Could Red Light Cameras Be Coming to Town and Country and Manchester -

Red light cameras come with strong opinions on both sides of the issue, but are they coming to Town and Country and Manchester? With recent changes to Missouri red light camera restrictions, Patch talks with local police departments to let residents know if the cameras could be coming to their cities and why or why not.

Town and Country Officer Takes On Drunk Drivers -

A Town and Country police officer has arrested more than one thousand drunk drivers in his career and he's showing no signs of slowing down. Patch goes on patrol with the officer to find out what's behind his mission.

All About Parents -

This week Patch continues offering more news and information for parents in Town and Country and Manchester. We know you're busy, so we'll work to find you the best deals for your family, fun events for the kids and even places for moms to grab some quick "me time" every week. We also a local Whiz Kid each week, so if you know one that deserves a special mention, e-mail  Gabrielle.Biondo@Patch.com. Plus, we'll have a Question and Answer segment for local parents, where local parents share their experiences and advice. This week parents are discussing the appropriate age to allow children to sleep at a friend's house.

Planning Your Weekend -

Town and Country - Manchester Patch will also help you plan out the upcoming weekend with area events, a local restaurant recommendation and even what open houses will take place. Take a look and if there's something you'd like to add, just email Gabrielle.Biondo@Patch.com.

Business Breakdown-

Westminster Christian Academy started out in 1976 as a tiny school in a rented basement. Now, with almost 900 students, its preparing to move to a brand new 70 acre campus in Town and Country. Patch explains what's behind the move and gives readers a sneak peak at the new location.

Culinary Corner-

This week Culinary expert Natalia Motola takes a look at your local wine options. Although wine preferences may vary by country, region, grape type, and more.  She'll break down the basics in her version of wine 101, including some local favorites and where you can find them.


These stories and much more will be posted this week. If you have something you'd like to see us write about, e-mail Gabrielle.Biondo@Patch.com.


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