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Members of the Florissant Police Department delivered gifts to three local schools in Florissant as part of the second annual Heros for the Holidays campaign. The gifts were given to parents of 35 kids so they can make their kids’ Holiday Season special.
Stars Win McCluer North Girls Swim
Relays, West Freestyler Back To State
By Jim Wieners
McCluer North Girls Swimming got off to a winning start Dec. 11 at the Florissant-James J. Eagan Civic Center by winning their own relay meet.
Story and photo by Bob Lindsey
One of the largest crowds in memory packed the Florissant Civic Center last week to hear updates on the cleanup and future testing sites along Coldwater Creek where many think radiation from the creek bed caused various cancers.
Chief Timothy Lowery announced today that the Florissant Police Department will be evaluated by a team of assessors from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA). The assessment team will arrive Dec. 7 to examine all aspects of the Florissant Police Department’s policies and procedures, operations and support services.
The American Red Cross and the city of Bellefontaine Neighbors are holding a blood drive Saturday, Dec. 19, in the gym at Hazelwood East High School, 11300 Dunn Road. The site will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The fees for the Florissant dog park located in Duchesne Park were reduced effective Dec 1. Only dogs registered with the Florissant Dog Park Club are permitted to use this area, which is fenced in so dogs can be off-leash. The new prices for residents cover a full year at the park and are $5 for one dog and $5 for a second/third dog. For non-residents, the fees are $10 for one dog and $10 for a second/third dog. The fee will no longer be reduced to half price in July.« Previous Entries Next Entries »