Participants Offer Rave Reviews on Pallottine’s North County Staycation

STAYCATION visitors view the meeting of the two big Rivers at Columbia Bottoms.

Pallottine Renewal Center hosted its first Staycation and the attendees have given rave reviews about the experience. Pallottine, along with businesses and attractions in North County, presented a Staycation weekend July 21-23 that included guided tours of some local landmarks and food from some of the best restaurants in the area.

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Hazelwood’s 7th Annual Recycle Day Sept. 16

HazelwoodH-RecycleLogo   The City of Hazelwood is pleased to announce that its 7th Annual Recycle Day will be held on Saturday, Sept. 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The location will be in the parking lot of St. Louis Outlet Mall, in front of the IceZone. New features to this year’s event include EPC collecting TVs and computer monitors for $15 each and Citishred providing shredding services for personal documents from 9 a.m. to noon.

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Hazelwood Green Committee’s Reward Residents For Turning In Pledge Cards

Hazelwood resident Titus Reed was excited about winning his prize for turning in his recycling pledge card.  When he came to pick up his two Home Field Box Seat tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals’ home game on August 24, he was dressed in Cardinals’ gear and ready to go.

Hazelwood resident Titus Reed was excited about winning his prize for turning in his recycling pledge card. When he came to pick up his two Home Field Box Seat tickets to the St. Louis Cardinals’ home game on August 24, he was dressed in Cardinals’ gear and ready to go.

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Revived Florissant Valley Branch Library More than Just Books

Story and photos By Nichole Richardson

Teen Center pg 4   The newly renovated Florissant Valley branch of the St. Louis County library, located at 195 New Florissant Rd., is a gold mine of the unexpected. From the outside looking in, it appears not much has changed, but the moment you walk through the doors it’s evident that a major transformation has taken place.

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St. Louis Area Offers Best Chances at Viewing Eclipse

MU experts talk of this rare opportunity

By Nichole Richardson

Sun Light at the Bottom of Shadow of the Moon on the Sun

Sun Light at the Bottom of Shadow of the Moon on the Sun

On Monday, Aug. 21, St. Louis area residents will get the thrill of witnessing the first total solar eclipse here since 1442. During this time the moon will come between the Earth and the Sun, thus creating a shadow, or umbra, 70 miles wide over the Earth.

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Waning Days of Summer Movie Recap

by Sandra Olmsted

Sandra Olmsted

Sandra Olmsted

As summer begins to fade, and the days grow shorter, we may all regret the summer adventures we did or didn’t have. Fortunately, a good summer movie can take us on a wild, even scary, ride, or dramatically provoke thought about serious issues or provide escape through laughter, although comedies have been few and far between this summer.

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