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The Neighborhood Files, Holiday Guide
When shopping for wine, visit a local wine shop where experts are on hand to help you select the perfect vintage.
The Neighborhood Files
A kindergarten teacher from Town and Country always taught her class to pick up worms after it rains.
Manchester Highlands Walmart in West St. Louis County will host a special early release party for "The Hunger Games" DVD Friday night.
The Democrat U.S. Senator said that Jefferson County is vital to her winning re-election in November.
Back to School
School starts in two weeks for most Manchester and Town and Country students. Are you ready?
The Neighborhood Files, Summer
Yes, it was hot enough for us.
Have you priced your children's back to school supplies yet?
A new station is expected to begin broadcasting classical music from Clayton after St. Louis' only classical station went dark last year.
Police & Fire
A Pioneer stereo goes missing and a credit card is stolen in this latest edition of Manchester police blotter.
The Neighborhood Files, Back to School
The trusty peanut butter and jelly sandwich is a main stay of the school lunch. How do you like yours?
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