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2nd Sunday in October Means
it’s Old Town Fall Festival Day
What has become one of the most popular events in the region, the 17th Annual Florissant Old Town Fall Festival will be held Sunday Oct. 12 along rue St. Francois in Old Town Florissant.
Florissant Remembers the Life
of the‘First Lady’ of Florissant
by Pat Lindsey
Friends of Rosemary Davison are sharing their fondest
memories of Florissant’s “First Lady” as plans are being made for her memorial service at Old St. Ferdinand Shrine on Saturday, Oct. 18, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Davison died on Sept. 23 in Prescott, AZ shortly after moving there to be with her brother, Richard Straub.
Florissant Budget For Next Fiscal Year Down Slightly
By Carol Arnett
Florissant Mayor Tom Schneider gave his proposed $33 million budget to the city council last week. The council will hold a public hearing on the budget at the next council meeting on Monday, Oct. 13. The city’s fiscal year runs from Dec. 1 – Nov. 30.
County Health Dept. Seeks More Study
Of Heath/Cancer Rates-Coldwater Creek
The Saint Louis County Department of Health is calling for more study of health problems in and around Coldwater Creek – not just cancer rates, but the entire range of health problems that can be associated with exposure to radiation.
By Jeremy Thomas
At Monday night’s Florissant City Council meeting council members heard speakers on subjects for both young and old, approved new lights for the St. Ferdinand Park ballfields and heard highlights of the mayor’s 2014-15 budget.
Teams from throughout the Midwest descended upon Hazelwood Central High School on September 13 for a daylong competition — a test of strategy, skill and brawn.« Previous Entries Next Entries »