Reward in Homicide Case at Auto Repair Shop Has Doubled

   An anonymous business has put up a $5000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect in the killing at a Florissant auto repair shop on Aug. 20. As of today, that reward has doubled and stands at $10,000.

Read more on Reward in Homicide Case at Auto Repair Shop Has Doubled…

Rams Better Turn It Around If They Expect To See Fans at the Dome

**Randy Gardner photo**By Randy Gardner

Now that we are two games into the Rams preseason, I feel worse about the upcoming Rams season than I did at the beginning of camp. I know it’s preseason, the starters have only played a few sets of downs but the team is not looking good on either side of the ball.

Read more on Rams Better Turn It Around If They Expect To See Fans at the Dome…

No Escape: High Tension, Low Concept, Great Acting from Some Big Name Cast

by Sandra Olmsted

Writer/director John Erick Dowdle’s No Escape delivers plenty of gripping, edge-of-the-seat suspense and action, but lacks character development and depth. Thankfully, the acting is topnotch! After his own business fails, Jack Dwyer (Owen Wilson) takes a job with an American company contracted to build a water purification plant in an unnamed Southeast Asian country which borders Vietnam.

Read more on No Escape: High Tension, Low Concept, Great Acting from Some Big Name Cast…

Meet McCluer North’s Solomon Jackson: #1 in World Cadet Judo in the U.S.

By Elaine Steinborn

  Solomon Jackson (right) and competitor Koga from Japan at Sarajevo World Cadet Judo Championships Aug. 5 - 9.

Solomon Jackson (right) and competitor Koga from Japan at Sarajevo World Cadet Judo Championships Aug. 5 – 9.

Unless you follow judo closely, you may not recognize the name Solomon Jackson yet, but this young man from Florissant is making a splash in judo competitions across the world.

Read more on Meet McCluer North’s Solomon Jackson: #1 in World Cadet Judo in the U.S….

Catering, Viet-Thai, BBQ Plans Are Subjects of Florissant Public Hearings

By Carol Arnett

The first public hearing at Monday’s Florissant City Council meeting was a continuation of a previous hearing regarding a request for a special use permit to Taste Buds Catering to allow for the operation of a catering center and diner at 1A Mullanphy Gardens Shopping Center.

Read more on Catering, Viet-Thai, BBQ Plans Are Subjects of Florissant Public Hearings…

Mayor Schneider Hosts Senior Town Hall Meeting

Senior residents of Florissant are invited to a Town Hall Meeting for Senior Citizens Thursday, Sept. 17. from 9 to 11 a.m. at the James J. Eagan Center. A free breakfast will be served.

Read more on Mayor Schneider Hosts Senior Town Hall Meeting…

« Previous Entries