Hazelwood« Previous Entries Next Entries »
Storms Follow A Familiar Path Through Bridgeton, Hazelwood, Ferguson
In an effort to help divert electronic items and other bulky appliances away from landfills, the City of Hazelwood is hosting its 3rd Annual Recycle Day on Saturday, June, 1, in the parking lot of St. Louis Outlet Mall between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. This event is free; there are no drop-off charges.
Hazelwood City Council members unanimously approved the issuance of a proclamation declaring the week of May 19 through May 25 as “Emergency Medical Services Week” within the community. The City of Hazelwood is joining other local communities and medical personnel in publicizing safety and honoring the dedication of those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services of medicine’s “front line.”
In 1974, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) was instrumental in getting President Gerald Ford to sign a proclamation declaring the week of November 3 to 10 as the first “National Emergency Medical Services Week.” This annual observance continued for the next four years until it was reinstituted by ACEP in 1982 and moved to the month of September.
The Hazelwood City Council unanimously approved a proclamation declaring the week of May 12 – May 18, 2013, as “Police Week 2013.” The proclamation pays tribute to the outstanding performance of the Hazelwood Police Department (HPD) in securing the area where the EF2 tornado hit on April 10.
Sgt. Andy Eagan of the Hazelwood Police Department has been chosen as the `“2012 Outstanding Law Enforcement Officer” by the St. Louis Metro Area of Special Olympics Missouri. He was presented with the award at the Opening Ceremonies of the St. Louis Metro Spring Games held recently at Westminister Christian Academy.« Previous Entries Next Entries »