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Nextdoor Website Helps People Meet Their Neighbors, Share Information

By Nichole Richardson

It’s a sure bet that even if you don’t use Facebook, you’ve heard of it. The social media giant has changed the way we communicate with one another; so much so that we never have to leave our homes or pick up a phone if we don’t want to.

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‘Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School’ at Civic Center

Part of St. Louis Family Theatre Series

junie b's book   The City of Florissant and the St. Louis Family Theatre Series will present “Junie B’s Essential Survival Guide to School” from TheatreworksUSA, New York, NY.

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10th Annual Mayors’ Shamrock Ball Marks A Decade of Local Support Coincides with Valley Industries’ 50th

HOSTS FOR 10TH ANNUAL MAYORS’ SHAMROCK BALL – One of the advantages of attending the Mayors’ Shamrock Ball, which is a major fund-raiser for Valley Industries, is a chance to schmooze with local elected officials and network with prominent business leaders. Hosts for the 2017 event are: (from left to right) Mayor Norman McCourt (Black Jack); Mayor Tom Schneider, (Florissant); Mayor Matthew Robinson (Hazelwood); James W. Knowles, III, (Ferguson); and Mayor Robert J. Doerr of Bellefontaine Neighbors. This year’s Mayors Shamrock Ball not only marks the 10th diamond anniversary of the event, but also it coincides with Valley Industries Sheltered Workshop’s 50th golden anniversary. The 2017 theme is, “A Golden Opportunity for a Diamond-Studded Event.” The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 4 at Garden Villas North, 4505 Parker Road, from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m

HOSTS FOR 10TH ANNUAL MAYORS’ SHAMROCK BALL – One of the advantages of attending the Mayors’ Shamrock Ball, which is a major fund-raiser for Valley Industries, is a chance to schmooze with local elected officials and network with prominent business leaders. Hosts for the 2017 event are: (from left to right) Mayor Norman McCourt (Black Jack); Mayor Tom Schneider, (Florissant); Mayor Matthew Robinson (Hazelwood); James W. Knowles, III, (Ferguson); and Mayor Robert J. Doerr of Bellefontaine Neighbors. This year’s Mayors Shamrock Ball not only marks the 10th diamond anniversary of the event, but also it coincides with Valley Industries Sheltered Workshop’s 50th golden anniversary. The 2017 theme is, “A Golden Opportunity for a Diamond-Studded Event.” The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 4 at Garden Villas North, 4505 Parker Road, from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m

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Northside/Southside Metrolink Study Meeting Downtown Feb. 24

 cmt_TalkingTransit-1120x670  The public is invited to an informational discussion of MetroLink expansion study currently underway; however, there is a charge to attend the meeting. Citizens for Modern Transit and the St. Louis Regional Chamber will host the event at the St. Louis Regional Collaboration Center in downtown St. Louis on Feb. 24 at 9 a.m.

   Dan Meyers, project manager from AECOM, the consulting firm leading the study, will lead the discussion. Meyers will provide information on the background and scope of the study and answer questions from those in attendance. The18-month study examines a portion of the route known as the Northside/Southside.

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Hazelwood School District Board of Education Seeks to Fill Vacancy

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The Hazelwood School District Board of Education held a special meeting on Jan. 31, to announce a board vacancy.

 

 

Per Board Policy-BBE-1, Unexpired Term Fulfillment/Vacancies, residents seeking to be appointed to fill the vacancy shall make their desire known by sending a letter to the following:

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St. Louis County Executive Welcomes Ste. Genevieve County to PDMP

th   St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger has announced Ste. Genevieve County, has signed a user agreement to join the County’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) database.

“Heroin is a deadly epidemic in our region and throughout the state,” St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger said. “Many users begin with prescription drugs. I commend Ste. Genevieve for partnering with us to combat to the rapidly growing opioid and heroin abuse in our state.”

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