The Missouri Department of Transportation has closed down all eastbound lanes of I-64 at Route K. According to MoDOT District Engineer Greg Horn, the department hopes to get one lane of eastbound I-64 open by evening on April 4, but due to additional weekend construction, eastbound I-64 will not be at full lane capacity until morning on Monday, April 7.
A 36,000-pound sculpture of Marilyn Monroe is heading to St. Louis and will be making a two-hour stopover in Chesterfield courtesy of Chesterfield Arts and The Sculpture Foundation. From 1-3 p.m. on April 5, visitors to Chesterfield Mall will have the opportunity to view the 25 feet high, 36,000 pound statue, “Forever Marilyn,” created by Seward Johnson.
The Missouri department of Transportation will shut down all lanes of I-64 in Chesterfield Valley at two places starting on Friday, April 4.
Captain America returns to face an enemy from another time.
In anticipation of the April 8 election, St. Charles County candidates in contested races were invited to answer the following questions: Why are you running and what are your priorities if elected? What are your qualifications for holding public office?