Wednesday, November 21, 2012
The retail giant will be open all day in Manchester on Thanksgiving Day, then Black Friday sales begin at 8 p.m. Here's what you'll find, plus how the store plans to handle security.
Holiday shoppers get ready! The holiday shopping season is getting underway. (Read Previous Story: Walmart Holding Its Earliest Black Friday Ever) As previously reported by Patch, Walmart is beginning its Black Friday deals at its earliest time ever this year. St. Louis area stores will be open all day on Thursday and will begin running "Black Friday" sales at 8 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. As the world’s largest retailer prepares for one of the most popular shopping days of the year, Patch got a sneak peak at some of the deals the store will offer shoppers, including the Manchester Highlands Walmart. (View some of the deals in the photo portion of this article). (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) Walmart staff …
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Police said the man sped and weaved in and out of traffic on Highway 40 after fleeing the Chesterfield Valley Walmart. Town and Country police were involved in the pursuit.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The following information was supplied by local police and court documents. It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made. A man eluded numerous police departments, including Town and Country, during a high-speed car chase earlier this month. Chesterfield police said the pursuit ensued after the man allegedly tried to steal a television from Walmart, however he was later arrested in Cahokia, IL. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) Darius Dean, 32, of East St. Louis, was charged Nov. 2 with felony stealing and resisting arrest, creating a substantial risk of serious injury or death. Chesterfield Police said Walmart security spotted Dean wheeling a box for a 32-inch screen TV into the store at 100 …
Friday, November 2, 2012
A man suspected of stealing a TV fled from various law enforcement agencies along Highway 40, including Town and Country.
A man suspected of stealing a TV from the Walmart in Chesterfield fled with police in pursuit all the way into Illinois Thursday. (For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) Chesterfield Police Capt. Steven Lewis tells Patch, officers received a call about the theft from the store in Chesterfield Valley and were able to locate the suspect's vehicle. However, once officers pulled up behind and switched on their lights, the suspect refused to stop. Although Lewis didn't characterize the chase as "high speed," the suspect travelled onto Highway 40 heading east and eventually left the Chesterfield city limits. At that point, Chesterfield Police units stopped the pursuit and it was continued by other law enforcement …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Police are searching for two men who walked out of the Manchester Highlands Walmart early Wednesday morning with two television sets.
Police are searching for two men Wednesday morning who put two 27-inch television sets in a shopping cart at the Manchester Highlands Walmart and walked out of the store. Manchester Police Captain Charles Hunn tells Town and Country - Manchester Patch that the crime happened around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday at the store located across the street from the Manchester Police Department. "This was not an armed robbery. There were no weapons, no physical contact, nobody hit by a car. It was basically a stealing," Hunn tells Patch. "It was a felony stealing because the tvs were in excess of five-hundred dollars." Hunn said a security clerk followed the two men out the front door as they allegedly stole the tvs. He said the clerk told them to stop …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
NCJW's Chic Urban Fundraiser at NEO on Locust, something special.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- James Baer
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Saturday (April 28) will be a big night for the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW). The women’s organization, with its roots extending all the way back to its charter in 1893 will present their biggest and most expansive fundraiser in chapter history. They are hosting Bravo St. Louis at NEO on Locust, Saturday, April 28, 7-11 p.m. This is billed as an urban chic fundraiser and it celebrates the arrival of Clayton High graduate Andy Cohen, executive vice president Original Programming and Development for the Bravo Cable Television Network. Bravo is a very successful subsidiary of NBC Universal. Cohen, an Emmy award-winning television producer and host will be master of ceremonies for the evening. (Click here to recieve the free Patch …
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Residents report hearing the test cut out.
Good thing it was only a test. Today was the first ever national test of the Emergency Alert System, and it didn't go quite as planned. Across the country, listeners reported cut-outs, skipping, even a Lady Gaga song playinginstead of the usual "This is only a test" reminders. The test cut out on St. Louis Public Radio just as it did nationally, according to operations and programing manager Mike Schrand. FEMA asked residents who heard the failed broadcast to write about it on Twitter @CraigAtFEMA. "We are reading, not able to answer all, but it helps (to) know what is being reported," FEMA administrator Craig Fugate tweeted. (If you do tweet, send it to us, too, @StLouisLindsay.) Or you can email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. In 45 days…