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:
: The tentative open day for the generation 2 QuikTrip is just one month away. It will be located across the street from the current Howdershell Road location.
Florissant's First Confluence Trash Bash Labeled Success: With close to 20 cubic yards of trash collected, Florissant Mayor Tom Schneider considers the city's first year of participation a great success.
Coldwater Creek Lawyers: "We Expect to Prevail": At a townhall meeting in Hazelwood Wednesday, lawyers leading lawsuits against those involved in producing and disposing of nuclear weaponry and radioactive wastes, said last week's ruling creates a roadmap and not a roadblock.
Dog Attacks Postal Worker in Florissant: The postal carrier has been in the hospital since the incident this past weekend.
Gospel Recording Artist Marvin Sapp Headlines Free Gospel Concert in North County: Sapp will headline the concert in collaboration with the American Heart and American Stroke associations, to raise awareness about the risk factors associated with a stroke.
: Incumbent Leslie Hogshead regained her seat, while incumbent Charles "Chuck" Henson was edged out by Keith Brown.
Werner Stops By MTC Truck Driving School in Hazelwood to Hire Veterans: Werner Enterprises will be at the Midwest Training Center Truck School Friday. The goal is to hire U.S. veterans through a program called Operation Freedom.
Florissant Valley Campus Recognized for Sustainable Efforts: The St. Louis Community college campus has been named one of 20 colleges for its sustainable commitment and is in a competitive video challenge.
: HSD in partnership with Allied Waste held several e-waste recycling drives where the community could get rid of unwanted electronics.
Florissant Fish Prepare for 2013 Season: The Florissant swim team will seek third consecutive undefeated season this summer.
Kyle McClellan Two Weeks from Throwing Again for Texas: McClellan chose not to opt out of his minor-league deal with the Rangers in order to rehabilitate from the injury with the team.
Hazelwood Central Robohawks Headed to FIRST Robotics World Championship: For the third year in the row, the Robohawks will attempt to come out on top of their national competition.
Joseph Kohnen Joins Hazelwood as a Firefighter and Paramedic: The Florissant resident was introduced at the March 20 Hazelwood City Council meeting.