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Starting Thursday, Sept. 20, students at the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) and Ferguson-area residents will be connected from the heart of the UMSL campus to Old Town Ferguson, thanks to the newest segment of the Great Rivers Greenway trail system. The St. Vincent Greenway Cross-Campus Trail serves as an important connector in the Great Rivers Greenway system. Eventually, the St. Vincent Greenway will extend from UMSL to Forest Park.
The Ferguson-Florissant School Board Recognizes Excellence
The Ferguson-Florissant School District Board of Education honored the accomplishments of students and staff at the monthly board meeting on May 9.
McCluer’s sixth Gates Millennium Scholars: Mark Vassell, a senior at McCluer High School, earned the Gates Millennium Scholars scholarship. Mark is the sixth student from McCluer to win the all-expense paid renewable scholarship for outstanding minority students.
Ferg-Flor. Free Preschool
Enrollment Now Open
Enrollment is now open for the Ferguson-Florissant School District free half-day preschool for children who live in the District. Classes are held in ten different locations around the District. Parents as Teachers personal visits are included. Enrollment forms can be picked up from the Early Education Office or found on the web at www.fergflor.org. The site also lists the documents needed along with enrollment forms.
By Bob Lindsey
Community and business leaders attending the Legislative Reception for North County got to hear brief perspectives from elected legislators followed by questions on a wide range of questions such as an Interstate 70 toll road, charter schools and the lack of accreditation at two school districts, and state efforts to start taxing Internet sales.
Story and Photos by Tom Anselm
With obesity on the rise and belts fitting a little tighter after the holidays, Ferguson restaurants are making it easier for their diners to keep their New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier. Eat Well Ferguson is a program created by the Live Well Ferguson initiative and local restaurants that works to offer healthier food choices. Participating restaurants identify the healthy meal choices on their menus and display an Eat Well Ferguson sticker on their front window to let diners know that they will have healthy options inside.« Previous Entries Next Entries »