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Hazelwood Closes City Hall Jan. 19
Hosts 13th Annual Tribute for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The City of Hazelwood has announced that its City Hall will be CLOSED to the public on Monday, January 19, for Dr. Martin Luther King’s special holiday. The building will re-open for business on Tuesday, January 20, during its regular operating hours from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mayor Outlines Efforts to Save
License Office For the Rotary Club
By Jeremey Thomas
The Florissant city council discussed and passed several bills up for approval Monday Jan. 12 and passed a resolution detailing a request to the state to reconsider the state license office for the Florissant Rotary Club.
Aesculap, a global leader in the production of surgical equipment and medical devices with a North American office in Hazelwood, recently presented a $250 check donation to Fire Chief Dave Radel of the Hazelwood Fire Department. The company wanted to express its appreciation to the department for efforts in organizing several meetings with its workforce relating to safety preparedness in times of emergency.
The City of Hazelwood’s Municipal Court will be one of over 60 municipal courts in St. Louis County participating in the 2014 Holiday Amnesty Project, scheduled from December 1st to December 31st. This event is being sponsored by the St. Louis County Municipal Court Improvement Committee (MCIC) and Better Family Life (BFL).
Football coaches at Hazelwood West High School needed a kicker for the 2014 season and asked their soccer counterparts what guy could do the job. The guy was a young lady, senior soccer standout Roxane Dennis. “I was asked every year by some of the players but I didn’t think they were serious,” Dennis recalled.« Previous Entries