Creve Coeur city council members voiced support this month for the legislation similar to the City of Manchesters. This comes after a federal court ruled Manchester can enforce its funeral protest ban.
Monday, November 26, 2012
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
St. Louis County Police urge people to come forward with reports on other attacks or information on possible suspects.
St. Louis County Police believe a third attack may be related to two rapes already linked to the same offender in West St. Louis County, in the Creve Coeur and Maryland Heights area. The St. Louis County and Maryland Heights police departments hosted a town hall meeting Tuesday night at Parkway North High School to help inform residents about new developments. About 200 people attended the meeting, which included a free self-defense class led by volunteers from Midwest Krav Magra. “My 32 years of police work tells me this individual will not stop until he’s caught,” St. Louis County Police Chief Tim Fitch told the crowd at the town hall meeting. He said he worked on the South Side Rapist case, which took 25 years to solve. “We want to get …
Sunday, May 27, 2012
The 9-hole golf competition in the St. Louis Senior Olympics took place Friday at the Creve Coeur Golf Course.
Nearly 30 golfers hit the links at the Creve Coeur Golf Course Friday for the 9-hole golf competition in the 2012 St. Louis Senior Olympics. Men and women ranging in age from 59 to 91 were out to see if they could master the course. Patch caught up with golfers from Creve Coeur, Town and Country, Oakville, University City, St. Charles, and the city of St. Louis. Take a stroll through our gallery of photos to find out how folks scored.
Friday, April 27, 2012
This weekend come visit The Jewish Community Center, get a free membership pass, meet Patch and more. Check it out.
Both locations of The J will have an open house for the community and will offer a free five-day membership pass, a half-hour consultation and an additional Patch discount for a full membership to any visitors who express interest in joining the centers. (Find more information here.) The J will also raffle off two three-month memberships — one for each location. There will also be food and other giveaways at both locations of The J, in Creve Coeur and Chesterfield.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Last year, Brent Woody entered a guilty plea on a federal count of transporting a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity.
A former Parkway Central basketball coach who was set to be sentenced Thursday on a federal count of transporting a minor with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity will now wait until February to learn his fate. Brent Woody issued a guilty plea in federal court back in October. Under federal sentencing guidelines, he could face 10 years to life in prison, and/or a fine of up to $250,000, as well as supervised release for life. Authorities say Woody had a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student. He remains charged in St. Louis County Court with 15 counts of statutory rape. According to Casenet, his next scheduled court appearance there is set for January 27.
Friday, October 14, 2011
The Frontenac Fire Department is leaving the West Central Dispatch Center and joining Central County Fire Alarm next month.
Seven months into operation, the West Central Dispatch Center, which handles radio dispatching services for the Town and Country Police Depatment, Creve Coeur Police Department, Frontenac Police Department and Frontenac Fire Department, is losing one of its partners. Effective Nov. 1, the Frontenac Fire Department will work through Central County Fire Alarm, which handles dispatch for fire and ambulance agencies around West St. Louis County, inlcuding West County EMS and Fire Protection District. Frontenac Fire Chief Jack Trout said when his agency joined the WCDC, the hope was that other fire agencies would join, but talks with other departments, including Glendale and Ladue, did not lead to membership. Trout said the change will mean …
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Officials are asking people to stay away from the area around Smith Creek for the next 2 to 3 days as a precaution.
Crews from the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) are cleaning up the scene of a sewer line break which dumped 215,000 gallons of sewage into Smith Creek in Creve Coeur. An MSD spokesperson tells Patch the leak was discovered Tuesday morning and that crews remain on site to pump out the creek and will be there for the next few days. MSD also plans to be in touch with Bellerive Country Club, which is near the area. A statement from the utility did not say when the break happened. The area involved is on Chamblee Lane, an area between Ladue Road and Mason Road. People are being asked to stay away from that area of the creek for the next 2 to 3 days. A statement released Wednesday morning did not describe what may have caused the leak.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Westminster Christian Academy is making the move from Creve Coeur to its new Town and Country campus this weekend.
Westminster Christian Academy is making the move from Creve Coeur to its new Town and Country campus this weekend. After months of construction, Westminster's new location is ready for furniture and staff. Westminster is moving locations from 10900 Ladue Road to 800 Maryville Centre Dr. in Town and Country. The school will make the move to its new 70-acre campus at Highway 40 and Maryville Centre Drive over the weekend. School staff will start work in the new building Tuesday. (Read Previous Story: Westminster Christian Academy Builds a New School in Town and Country) More than 900 students will start the 2011-12 school year at the new campus on August 22, according to school officials. In a news release, staff said the new building can …