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  • St. Louis CVC offers advice on eve of One Direction concert
  • Chesterfield train exhibit caters to the young, young-at-heart
  • Al-Manara Academy to open in former Manchester church building
  • Taking Care of Business
  • Metro West gives youth a lift to school; community lifts up his family

St. Louis CVC offers advice on eve of One Direction concert 

Pop sensation One Direction is expected to attract more than 54,000 visitors to the Edward Jones Dome on Wednesday night, prompting the St. Louis CVC to offer some pre-concert advice on road closures, parent drop-off/pickup and waiting rooms, and Dome access.

Chesterfield train exhibit caters to the young, young-at-heart 

What began as a project to create an illustrated journal for sick children at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital has evolved into an interactive children’s museum featuring local artists and – as of Aug. 9 – a train display in Chesterfield Mall.

Al-Manara Academy to open in former Manchester church building 

Classes could begin Sept. 3 for students of Al-Manara Academy at its new Manchester location at 929 Big Bend Road, the site of the former Lafayette Bible Baptist Church.

Taking Care of Business 

Civic leader Jon Bopp reflects on double dates with Elvis, technology and his role in the growth of West County.

Metro West gives youth a lift to school; community lifts up his family 

Pond Elementary student Alex Wangerin comes back to school in style, with help from the Metro West Fire Protection District.

 

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Mayor, councilmembers urge Lion’s Choice to submit alternate site plan for potential Ellisville restaurant 

Clarkson Valley residents living in proximity to a proposed Ellisville development continue to speak out against the project. At a city council meeting on Aug. 20, Lion’s Choice CEO and president Mark Disper presented a new site plan for... read more »

 

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O’Fallon looks at allowing poultry as pets, close to home food source 

The city of O’Fallon is looking at potentially allowing poultry to be kept as pets in non-agricultural areas. At a City Council work session on Aug. 14, Lenore Toser-Aldaz, assistant city manager, made a presentation regarding O’Fallon’s... read more »

 
 

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