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  • City of St. Charles launches new website
  • Healthier school lunches lead to  lower revenues for local districts
  • Regulation changes proposed to spur hunting in Wildwood
  • Meet the candidates
  • West Newsmagazine Better Living EXPO offers something for everyone

City of St. Charles launches new website NEW

The city of St. Charles has a new website, which promises a more user-friendly experience.

The site upgrade, which went into effect on Tuesday, Oct. 21, will continue to reside at the previous domain – www.stcharlescitymo.gov.

Healthier school lunches lead to lower revenues for local districts 

School districts in Missouri are serving healthier lunch options – but not all students are buying it.

Regulation changes proposed to spur hunting in Wildwood 

Wildwood’s City Council, as early as Oct. 27, will consider legislation that will amend the city’s hunting regulations.

Meet the candidates 

With the Nov. 4 General Election fast approaching, West Newsmagazine interviewed candidates for the St. Louis County Executive race to present each candidate’s qualifications, interests and stances or opinions on critical issues facing the county. Constitution candidate Joe Passanise, Libertarian candidate Theodis Brown and Republican candidate Rick Stream responded; however, Democrat candidate Steve Stenger did not respond to repeated requests to participate.

West Newsmagazine Better Living EXPO offers something for everyone 

On Sunday, Oct. 12, area residents were invited to the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Chesterfield to learn more about better living at every age. Open to families, boomers and seniors, the West Newsmagazine Better Living EXPO offered something for everyone.

 

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Body cameras rejected in Ballwin 

For the time being, Ballwin police officers won’t be using on-body video cameras. The issue unexpectedly came up at the Oct. 13 Board of Aldermen meeting when Alderman Shamed Dogan (Ward 2) urged during the aldermanic comment period that a... read more »

 

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O’Fallon debates commercial truck travel on residential streets 

The concerns of Pinehurst subdivision residents prompted an O’Fallon City Council work session discussion on Oct. 9 regarding commercial trucks driving in residential districts. Councilmember Debbie Cook (Ward 5), who brought the matter before... read more »

 
 

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