Legendary Grateful Dead tribute band Jake's Leg is part of the festivities at Sherwood's Forest-Nursery and Garden Center's "Rock the Forest."
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Thursday, May 16, 2013
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
The wrangling over the future of the Mayor's office in Ellisville still uncertain as courts have yet to rule on a suit seeking to overturn April's impeachment vote against Adam Paul.
A split Ellisville City Council voted 3-3 Wednesday on a motion to rescind a vote taken last month by the previous council to impeach Mayor Adam Paul. Last month, the previous council voted to impeach Paul, saying he unilaterally tried to have the city attorney replaced, directed city staff to remove residents from meetings and evaded an attempt at being served a subpeona. Paul has claimed that impeachment was orchestrated by city staff and others due to his opposition to plans for a Walmart. Here's how they voted on Resolution #05-15-13A, a resolution Rescinding Resolution #04-08-13. Matt Pirrello (District 1 Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem) NAY Gary Voss (District 1 Council Member) AYE Linda Reel (District 2 Council Member) AYE Mick…
Find homes for sale in Ballwin and Ellisville on this page every week, from our partners at Zillow.
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The Ballwin Department released these surveillance photos of a man they want to talk to in connection to recent thefts at Walgreens.
(For instant news updates follow Patch on Facebook and Twitter.) According to the Ballwin Police Department, at approximately 9:21 p.m., May 3, a man stole two cell phones, along with the metal rack they were attached to, from the Walgreens, located at 15253 Manchester Road. Police released the surveillance photos, seen in the photo portion of this article, of a man they want to talk to in connection to the crime. The man is described as being between 5’8” – 6’ tall, 190 pounds, late 40s to early 50s, with greying hair. The loss of the stolen items is estimated at over $200, police stated. RELATED ARTICLES: Join Ballwin-Ellisville Patch for more community news or join us on Facebook and Twitter.
Learn more about the Ballwin business in this Q&A with Store Manager Marla Fisher.
The following answers were provided by Marla Fisher, store manager for Bethesda Thrift Shop in Ballwin. If you have a business and want to participate in Patch's Small Business Shout Out you can fill out the form here. This is Bethesda Thrift Shop-Ballwin's Facebook page. When was the business founded? "Bethesda Lutheran Communities was founded in 1904 in Watertown, WI. Our thrift shop opened in Ballwin in June, 2008." How did your business come to be? "The thrift shops began to raise money to help the people we serve with intellectual disabilities. Our clients are on disability insurance but that does not cover all their needs. One hundred percent of our net profit goes to purchase special hearing aids, dentures, wheelchairs and provide …
Markets in Ellisville and Wildwood get their first weekend open under the same management team.
George and Rene Sackett have big hopes for changing the food culture in West St. Louis County, and this weekend marks the couple's first chance to see a new partnership start to grow. The pair run SOL Events and Catering, which manages the Ellisville Community Farmers Market and for the first time, the Wildwood Farmers Market. Ellisville's first regular Thursday night event at Bluebird Park is this week after the threat of raindrops put a damper on a "Taste of the Market" kickoff last Friday. Wildwood's season kicks off Saturday morning in Wildwood Town Center on Fountain & Plaza Drive. "We are receving a lot of interest from people who want to do both markets. From their perspsective its easier," George Sackett said, citing less paperwork…
As part of our new Smart Spending series, Patch wants to uncover the true going rate for various goods and services in town, so you'll know exactly how much you should pay for what you need. Help us out by replying in the comments.
This week: How much do lawn services cost? How much do you pay for your lawn service? And what does that cover - just mowing, or does it cover weeding, pruning, planting? Please share in the comments below - we promise we won't judge you! And if you've got a lawn service you love, tell us that too. RELATED BALLWIN/ELLISVILLE BUSINESSES This is the first of an ongoing series, "What's the Going Rate for..." where Patch seeks to uncover how much things cost so you never have to ask again.
The cost of colonoscopies, MRIs, CT scans and mammograms can shift a lot from county to county. St. Louis County also beats the state average on these tests.
It costs $430 less to get a colonoscopy in St. Louis County than in St. Charles County, and $660 less than the Missouri average. That's according to data from New Choice Health, a private company that encourages people to become smarter healthcare consumers. In fact, a look at four routine medical procedures—colonoscopy, CT scan, mammogram and an MRI—shows all are cheaper in St. Louis County than neighboring St. Charles or the state average. These big regional differences have been in the news lately: As the Washington Post wrote on Wednesday, "One hospital charges $8,000 - another $38,000." Using the same data as the Post, The New York Times listed out the prices of a series of procedures in hospitals across the country. The Times and …
Andy and Julie Kuhnert and their five children, of Affton, "trusted that by following our heart and listening to the call, our family would be taken care of."
About this sponsorship: In honor of the 60th anniversary of Sir Edmund Hillary’s historic ascent of Mount Everest, Patch and Grape-Nuts are teaming up to highlight those who inspire people around them to climb their own mountains. Inspired by a news story she saw when she was 14, Julie Kuhnert and her family realized her lifelong dream to help those less fortunate than themselves by leaving the comfort of home and serving as missionaries in Belize. Julie Kuhnert shares her story helping children and alleviating poverty in Central America. Q: What’s the biggest challenge you’ve taken on? A: In 2011-2012, we decided to take our five kids to the Central American country of Belize to spend a year of missionary service. While there, we worked …
Find out how the newly formed West County chapter of the International MOMS Club got out and about this week.