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By Jim Wieners
HAZELWOOD CENTRAL — After finishing State in May, 2016, with a team high 76 points but was second to Lee’s Summit West in Class Five, Hazelwood Central Girls Track And Field began their mission to unfinished business March 25 by winning the Lindenwood High School Open at Lindenwood University Track in St. Charles.
The Fabulous Fox Theatre has announced a season of St. Louis premiers and classic musicals in the 2017–2018 U.S. Bank Broadway Series. The six-show season ticket package includes Hamilton, The Bodyguard, On Your Feet!, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I, School of Rock, and The Color Purple. The eight specials include The Book of Morman, and
The “2017 Aging My Way Resource Fair” will be held Tuesday, April 4 from 9 a.m. to noon at the James J. Eagan Center, #1 James Eagan Drive, Florissant.
The City of Florissant has partnered with Memory Care Home Solutions, St. Catherine Retirement Community, Bent-Wood Nursing & Rehabilitation, and Mercy Health Services to offer this free event.
Another Valley of Flowers Spring Clean Up Event!
Mayor Thomas P. Schneider announced the City of Florissant, along with Midwest Recycling Center, will be hosting a rain-or-shine electronics recycling collection event on Saturday, April 8 from 9 a.m. to 1p.m. in St. Ferdinand Park at the rear parking lot. Signs will be posted at park entrances to direct people on where to go.
One-Half of 1 % Sales Tax on County Ballot
Florissant Mayor Thomas P. Schneider and the nine-member Florissant City Council have unanimously endorsed Proposition P, a measure on the April 4 election ballot in St. Louis County. The endorsement was made at Florissant’s City Council meeting on Monday, March 13.
The City of Hazelwood is offering Easter egg fun for people of all ages. With the assistance of Valley Industries’ workers, about 15,000 Easter Eggs are being stuffed with candy in preparation for two major events.« Previous Entries Next Entries »