Too busy last week to stay up to date on all the news happening in and around Florissant and Hazelwood? Not to worry. Patch has your back.
In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from Florissant and Hazelwood Patch sites over the last few days:
A 190-Foot Emergency Communications Tower Is Coming to Hazelwood:The need for the tower was recognized after communication failures during 9-11, Hazelwood fire officials say.
Man Charged With Molesting Girl in Florissant: Florissant Police said 19-year-old Terrell Moore subjected a girl less than 12 years old to sexual contact.
: The number doesn't includes those provided to staff, but Hazelwood School District administrators say there has been a strategic effort to keep everyone healthy.
Florissant Ward 4 Election is a One-Man Race: Jeff Caputa is the sole candidate to replace former Councilman Keith English.
Hazelwood Police Take the Polar Plunge: HPD's team joined hundreds jumping into snowy and icy water at Creve Coeur Lake for the 2013 Polar Plunge benefiting the Special Olympics of Missouri over the weekend.
$1 Million Winning Lotto Ticket Sold in Florissant: That ticket was purchased at Shop 'N Save at 175 Flower Valley Shopping Center in Florissant. The winning numbers were: 15, 16, 46, 50 and 58.
: In the past, the annual event benefitting Valley Industries Sheltered Workshop included mayors from Hazelwood, Florissant and Blackjack.
Two Ferguson-Florissant Board Members Face Challenges in April: Charles "Chuck" Henson and Leslie Hogshead will have to fight off two other opponents to retain their seats.
Tractor Trailer Blocks All Lanes Eastbound I-270 in Hazelwood: The truck was stuck in a horizontal position in Thursday's snow and had traffic backed up for some time.
: The board listened to its budget task force, which gave ideas for savings between $3 and $10 million.
2013-14 Hazelwood School District Calendar Set: It appears students will begin school on August 12, 2013 and end May 30, 2014.
Florissant-Native Featured on Mizzou Tigers' Athletic Website: Melanie Donaldson says her competitive nature will fit right in with the Missouri Tigers' women's soccer team.
Hazelwood Schools Realizing Operating Budget Surplus: The Hazelwood School District was awarded grants, combined with cost saving methods have put the district in a surplus position, even with added safety measures.
North County-Area Colleges Profiled by White House: New searchable database identifies how schools perform on cost, graduation and loan defaults. See how schools such as University of Missouri-St. Louis rated.