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O'Fallon Mexican restaurant Don Emilianos closes its doors

O'FALLON, Mo. — After seven years in business, Mexican restaurant Don Emilianos Restaurante Mexicano of O'Fallon, Missouri, closed, the husband-and-wife co-owners said. In a post on Facebook, Gabriela Ramirez-Arellano and her husband and chef, Victor "Hugo" Arellano-Guzman, wrote, "This is not goodbye, but rather, hasta mañana." The O’Fallon...
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Chesterfield Country Fair starts Thursday

ST. LOUIS – The weekends start early at the Chesterfield Country Fair. Jason Baucom of The City of Chesterfield ran down the list of events at the fair. Also, the band, The Drive-By Boys, gave us a preview. The Country Fair. Thursday, May 19 – Saturday May 21.

St. Charles to vote on new plan to ease bar restrictions

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV) - The city of St. Charles could vote on a new plan to ease some restrictions on bars along the historic Main Street Tuesday evening. Over the past couple of years, there have been several ideas thrown around to fix crime in St. Charles. One of those ideas produced an app called “Show Me ID”. The app makes it so that every bouncer would scan an ID making sure it was real to cut down on underage drinking.
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First Look: The Wine Cafe Brightens Up Historic St. Charles

Tiara Curry always knew she was meant to be an entrepreneur. She has a degree in fashion merchandise and tried running an online boutique, but it didn’t click. One day, Curry was packing up her Florissant home to move to St. Charles when she found old papers for a then-abandoned idea, The Wine Cafe (703 S Main Street, St. Charles; 636-410-8002, She told her husband, Terrence, about the idea. He was ready to go for it.

O’Fallon family of five escapes house fire

O’FALLON, Mo. – A family of five escaped a fire in their O’Fallon, Missouri home late Sunday night. The fire started just before 11:30 p.m. on White Stable Drive. Two adults and three children were home at the time. They smelled smoke and got out safely. The flames were so intense that the firefighters who […]

St. Louis veterans gather at Lambert Airport for honor flight

Local leaders break ground on multi-million dollar expansion on America’s Center. St. Louis leaders will break ground on a multi-million dollar expansion to the downtown convention center on Tuesday. St. Charles to vote on new plan to ease bar restrictions. Updated: 6 hours ago. The city of St. Charles...

Lindenwood University is Providing Quality Educators Through Hands on Higher Education Learning

Lindenwood University’s College of Education and Human Services (COEHS) sets students up for success through hands-on, experiential learning opportunities within its curriculum instruction program; specifically, the initial and advanced teacher preparation programs. The programs, which are divided into graduate and undergraduate, provide multiple degree options with engaged and supportive...

Bailey Foundation to host first Take Action Gala

ST. LOUIS — The Bailey Foundation (TBF) will host its inaugural Take Action Gala at 6 p.m. Sunday, June 26, 2022, at the Ameristar Casino Resort and Spa in St. Charles. The celebratory fundraiser, which will be held annually, will support The Bailey Foundation’s work in the community and its enrichment programs. The foundation provides dance, theater, music, and visual arts classes, in addition to nutrition services, child and family support programs, and community action initiatives, according to Diarra Warford, Bailey Foundation executive director.

Second Missouri cannabis shop files to join UFCW Local 655

United Food & Commercial Workers Local 655 has filed for an election at a second cannabis shop in Missouri, President David Cook announced last week. Workers at Bloom Medicinals, O’Fallon, have filed a petition to hold an election with the goal of joining Local 655 and negotiating a first contract. Root 66 Cannabis Dispensary, 3737 S. Grand, voted last month to join Local 655. It was the first cannabis dispensary in Missouri to organize.

Wentzville School District opens Mercy Clinic at Pearce Hall

WENTZVILLE, Mo. (KMOV) – The Wentzville School District has partnered with Mercy Clinic to open an on-site Medical Clinic. The clinic is located at the rear entrance of Pearce Hall at 390 West Koenig Street. The clinic will serve students, staff and family members of staff by offering a wide variety of care and services. Staff with the school district’s insurance plan will be able to get a free annual wellness exam.

Warrenton man facing child abuse charges

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – The St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office charged a Warrenton, Missouri man for allegedly manhandling a child over the weekend while he had custody of the juvenile. According to prosecutors, Wentzville police were called to a residence on W. Main Street around 4:45...