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A 2nd CVS Pharmacy Planned at Florissant Meadows Location, City Honors Families who Hosted Block Parties
By Jeremy Thomas
The Florissant city council discussed and passed several bills at its meeting Dec. 1 including one for another CVS Pharmacy on the site of the old Culpepper’s at Florissant Meadows.. The council also congratulated and acknowledged nine different individuals and families for the efforts for hosting block parties throughout the year.
Students at each of the three high schools in the Ferguson-Florissant School District engaged in peaceful protests today in response to recent events in Ferguson.
Beginning shortly after 8 a.m., approximately 300 to 400 students at McCluer High School and 150 to 200 students at McCluer North High School participated in demonstrations.
A Much Bigger Task? Recovery II Begins: Governor Gets New Funding For Guard Following Much Criticism
Ecumenical Thanksgiving Dinner is a Local Tradition
North Council has always been a town that does all it can to take care of its own. It’s a town of compassion, of unity, and of joyful celebrations. Thus, it’s not surprising that Florissant is home to two not-for-profit organizations that really speak the meaning of Thanksgiving and the holidays
Holiday Events Still Set to Go
While all eyes and ears were focused on the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting and the riots that followed Monday night, some annual holiday season events might seem in jeopardy.
Family and friends of Rosemary Davison gathered on rue St. Francois last week to unveil the Walk Through History plaque dedicated to her. After the unveiling, many in the group attended the St. Rose Philippine Duchesne Feast Day Mass at the Shrine.« Previous Entries Next Entries »