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In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from Florissant and Hazelwood Patch sites over the last few days:
Judge Dismisses the Majority of Coldwater Creek Cancer Claims: A federal judge has dismissed all but one claim in lawsuits filed against Mallinckrodt, in which 29 people believe radioactive contamination in Coldwater Creek caused their cancers.
Schnucks Says Card Problem Is Due To Cyberattack: The grocer said the issue with card purchases has been "found and contained." The company said it is working with law enforcement agencies and the Missouri Attorney General's office moving forward.
Drug Disposal Box Installed at Florissant Police Department: The permanent box, located in the department lobby, will give residents an opportunity to dispose of unwanted or unused prescription/nonprescription drugs.
MSD Storm Sewer Project Planned for Harrison-St. Marie Area: A section of Florissant will have a storm sewer project starting this spring.
Ground Breaks at International Food Products' Aviator Business Park Location: Panattoni Development Company and International Food Products Corporation launch the development of a $20 million, 227,500-sq. ft. facility at Aviator Business Park.
: The council also passed a number of bills during Monday night's meeting.
: The funds would come from the Missouri Department of Transportation's Surface Transportation Program, with a 20 percent match from the City of Hazelwood, and would only be for certain stretches of the roads.
: The petitioner laid out a number of updates during its public hearing at City Council.
: The Hazelwood School District sets annual fundraising goals for the agency.
Michael's Set to Open April 7 in Value City Redevelopment: The grand opening celebration will mark the last store opening of the Value City redevelopment.
: The board of education approved a contract with NCS Pearson for its annual summer professional development at Tuesday's meeting along with two other contracts.
Update: Missouri Attorney General Files Lawsuit Against Bridgeton Landfill Owner: The lawsuit comes one week after the Missouri Department of Natural Resources director requested legal action.
St. Louis County Library District Starts Community Garden at Prairie Commons in Hazelwood: The Hazelwood garden is the first of two community green spaces.
Christian Hospital Offers Basic EMT Course for Public: For $1,500, you can be well on your way to work on an ambulance.