Dr. Matt Bruckel is opening his third Total Access Urgent Care Center today. It is located at 12616 Lamplighter Square near St. Anthony’s Medical Center.
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Sunday, April 7, 2013
The following is a list of obituaries posted by funeral homes in the South and Jefferson county areas.
Click on a name to take you to a full obituary Heiligtag-Lang-Fendler Funeral Home (Arnold) John L. Ziegenhein & Sons Funeral Homes (South County) Kutis Funeral Home (Affton) * For additional passings, visit Kutis Funeral Home's website. Kutis Funeral Home (South County) * For additional passings, visit Kutis Funeral Home's website.
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Check out these house listings in South County.
House hunting? We've got listings from Patch communities in South County and Jefferson County. Crestwood homes Sunset Hills Homes Mehlville homes Oakville Homes Fenton homes High Ridge homes Affton homes Shrewsbury homes Arnold homes
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Heather Hoy, who works at Frederick's Beauty Etc., says the proposed bill would jeapordize the entire industry and its customers. She has started an online petition to oppose the measure.
A proposed bill that would eliminate the state cosmetology licensing requirement has many in the profession up in arms. In fact, one Crestwood cosmetologist has started an online petition opposing the measure. "Not only does it impact my career and my passion negatively, but it can also put the general public at a health risk," Heather (Wingbermuehle) Hoy said in an email to Patch. Hoy, a hair stylist at Frederick's Beauty Etc., explained that obtaining her license required her to take classes on proper sanitation, how to recognize different types of disease/fungus on the hair, skin and nails and how to use chemicals. "I understand that a good percentage of the public tends to think that the beauty industry is a joke," Hoy said in the …
Saturday, January 5, 2013
The suspect took the 63-year-old woman's purse and then fled in her car. Police later spotted the vehicle, chased it into North County and arrested four juveniles.
A 63-year-old woman was robbed at gunpoint Friday night at a parking garage at River City Casino at 777 River City Casino Dr. The woman told St. Louis County police that the suspect displayed a gun and took her purse and 2012 Hyundai Sonata. She and her 61-year-old friend were not injured. Information on the vehicle was broadcast to surrounding police departments. Police later spotted the vehicle, chased it into unincorporated North County and arrested four juveniles, who were taken to the St. Louis County Juvenile Justice Center. The stolen items were recovered, but gun was not found at the scene. Police are continuing to investigate.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Here's our weekly look at who's hiring near Crestwood and Sunset Hills.
Here are five local job opportunities we found this week. To find more job openings or post a position, visit our classifieds section. Who’s Hiring: PNC Bank Who’s Hiring: Firestone Tire & Auto Center Who’s Hiring: UniGroup Who’s Hiring: Mehlville School District Who’s Hiring: Affton Chamber of Commerce
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The case is now set for the Grand Jury at which time the additional information will be presented and upgraded charges will be considered.
Updated 2:43 pm with additional information from St. Louis County prosecuting attorney's office. St. Louis County Police have requested upgraded charges against Rachel Armstrong after her grandmother died following Armstrong's attack. Armstrong, 37, of the 10000 block of Golf Crest in South County, was previously charged with first-degree elder abuse after throwing down her grandmother and stomping on her, breaking both her arms and eight ribs on Nov. 12. Armstrong told police she believed her grandmother was a demon and confessed to the attack. The police presented additional information to the county prosecuting attorney on Tuesday after Armstrong’s 92-year-old grandmother died of her injuries. The prosecuting attorney is waiting for the…
The 37-year-old granddaughter told police she thought her grandmother was a demon.
A 92-year-old woman, who was allegedly stomped by her granddaughter Rachel Armstrong in November, died from her injuries on Monday at an area hospital, according to a report from KSDK. Armstrong, of the 10000 block of Golf Crest in South County's Sappington area, is accused of throwing down her elderly grandmother and stomping on her, breaking both her arms and eight ribs on Nov. 12. Armstrong confessed to the attack and told police she believed her grandmother was a demon, according to a report from KMOV. Prosecutors had originally charged her with first-degree elder abuse. Media Relations Officer Randy Vaughn of the St. Louis County Police told Patch prosecutors are considering changing the charges against Armstrong now that the victim …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
The 92-year-old woman suffered two broken arms and eight broken ribs, according to a St. Louis County Police report.
A South St. Louis County woman is accused of throwing down her 92-year-old grandmother and stomping on her, breaking both her arms and eight ribs Nov. 12. Rachel Armstrong, 37, of the 10000 block of Golf Crest in South County's Sappington area, was charged Thursday with first-degree elder abuse. St. Louis County Police said Armstrong admitted to throwing down her grandmother and stomping on the woman Nov. 12, also in the 10000 block of Golf Crest. Armstrong told police she believed her grandmother was a demon, according to a report from KMOV. Armstrong was being held Tuesday in St. Louis County jail. Bail was set at $75,000, cash only. For more crime information on Sunset Hills-Crestwood Patch, see the following articles:
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Patch provides a list of recent and upcoming services and area residents being remembered.
Fey Funeral Home (South County) Heiligtag-Lang-Fendler Funeral Home (Arnold) Jay B. Smith Funeral Homes (Fenton) John L. Ziegenhein & Sons Funeral Homes (South County) Kutis Funeral Home (Affton) Kutis Funeral Home (South County)