Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Hazelwood Police say Antione Gathing went into a St. Louis Mills store and asked to see a wedding ring before running out of the store with the ring.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
A man faces criminal charges after running out of a jewelry store at St. Louis Mills with a wedding ring. Antione Gathing, 33, of the 4000 block of Delmar in St. Louis, was charged Saturday with first-degree robbery and armed criminal action. Hazelwood Police said Gathing went into the store and asked to see a wedding ring. When he was handed the ring, he turned and ran out of the store. When a security guard attempted to stop him in the parking lot, Gather turned and raised his shirt to reveal a revolver in his waistband. The guard backed off. Gathing is being held at St. Louis County Jail in lieu of a $75,000 bond. For more crime information on Hazelwood Patch, see the following articles:
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Five local vendors were set to serve a variety of food in a mini food-truck roundup on Saturday during the back-to-school festivities at the mall, but the event was cancelled due to the upcoming thunderstorms.
Update 8:53 a.m.: Hazelwood Patch just received word that the food trucks have canceled their appearance at St. Louis Mills today due to the weather. We'll let our readers know if/when they reschedule, so stay tuned. The City of Hazelwood is home to many amenities, but when’s the last time you walked up to a truck and ordered your lunch? Around here, we don’t see many food trucks on the street. But many people rave about the unique and tasty fare food trucks can offer. Are we missing out? Good news for Hazelwood families—on Saturday, Aug. 3 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can indulge in a variety of food-truck offerings at the mini food truck roundup at St. Louis Mills. The five-truck event was organized by Josh Lemmon, owner of Burger Ink and…
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Every Tuesday and Wednesday see kid-friendly movies for $1 at Regal Stadium 18 Cinemas and IMAX St. Louis Mills in Hazelwood as part of its Family Film Festival.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Plus, a local auto body repair shop expands for big truck needs. Here is a look at business moves in the City of Hazelwood.
Ever wonder what kind of business would ever be large enough to move into the old Circuit City location at St. Louis Mills? What about the inside joke regarding the elephant statue with large sunglasses on North Lindbergh Boulevard? Well we can't help solve the mystery behind the elephant, but Hazelwood Patch can tell you about a couple new businesses headed to the City of Hazelwood. Here's What's Sprouting Up New in Town Ross Dress For Less: St. Louis Mills is getting a 35,000 square foot Ross Dress for Less. It will reside where Circuit City was located before it went out of business next to Sears Appliance Outlet. David Reed, St. Louis Mills' general manager, said this is one store for which customers have been asking. “St. Louis Mills…
See Cats & Dogs or Hugo for $1 During Regal Cinemas Family Film Festival at St. Louis Mills.
Friday, June 22, 2012
Hazelwood's second annual Recycle Day gives residents the opportunity to dump large unwanted items for free.
Sometimes a little push is needed to get rid of the old junk that collects dust in the home. Or maybe just a little incentive, like a free place to drive up, dump the trash and not think twice. The City of Hazelwood offered this opportunity to its residents earlier in the month on June 4, and residents jumped at the opportunity. "We’re still trying to get some numbers from a couple of the participating vendors for Saturday’s “Recycle Day,”' said Hazelwood communications coordinator Tim Davidson. "But preliminary results indicate that we serviced 616 cars and collected 79.5 tons of recyclable items." Davidson also said about 10 tons of items dropped off were appliances, lawn equipment and bulky items. "Thirty (30) tons were TVs, video …
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Every Tuesday and Wednesday see kid-friendly movies for $1 at Regal Stadium 18 Cinemas and IMAX St. Louis Mills in Hazelwood.
Between swimming, play dates, vacation Bible schools and camps there are still a few hours in the day where a parent just needs to find a place for the kids to cool off and relax for a while. Insert (affordable movies in the air conditioning to the rescue) here! Celebrate summer with $1 movies at St. Louis Mills every Tuesday and Wednesday, through August 1. The movies begin at 10 a.m. Families are invited to the Family Film Festival at Regal Stadium 18 Cinemas and IMAX, where a different G-rated and PG-rated movie will be featured each week. Seating is based on availability. Here's the listing for movies: June 19-20: Yogi Bear Legend of the Guardian June 26-27: Cats & Dogs: revenge of Kitty Galore Hugo July 3-4: Adventures of Tin Tin Puss…
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Plus, new barbeque restaurant opens up at St. Louis Mills.
If you're trying to figure out what's located inside the North County Professional Building on Dunn Road, or what's going on behind the shaded windows in a unit at St. Louis Mills this is where you can. We canvas Hazelwood looking for empty buildings, construction and other signs of businesses opening or closing. Sprouts & Shutters is here to let you know what’s moving into your neighborhood; be it a shopping center, a new hotel or a new restaurant. Here's a look at two businesses recently opened in the City of Hazelwood. After Hours and Post Discharge Medicine: Located inside the North County Professional Building on Dunn Road, After Hours and Post Discharge Medical Clinic treats simple urgent medical problems. The location has a fee …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
In an effort to reduce items sent to landfills, Hazelwood's Green Committee is sponsoring a day of recycling at St. Louis Mills for electronics and other items.
The City of Hazelwood is giving residents a call to action to clean out the clutter in their homes and bring their unwanted appliances, electronics and other recyclable items to the community's annual "Recycle Day" at St. Louis Mills Saturday. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Last year, 706 vehicles drove through the even area and dropped off nearly 80 tons of recyclable items. The City of Hazelwood in partnership with its Green Committee is sponsoring this ecological event. The focus is to "save the planet by helping to reduce the need for more landfills." Many items being dumped in landfills today can be recycled, reused for educational purposes, or re-conditioned to be sold back to consumers, and that's where the city's event partners …
Saturday, May 5, 2012
The Slackers store in Hazelwood will celebrate the industry holiday with free comics, discounted items and other giveaways.
Fans of the Avengers, Spider-Man and Transformers can pick up special-edition comic books starring their favorite superheroes at Slackers at St. Louis Mills in Hazelwood this weekend. The shop is participating in Free Comic Book Day, an annual celebration of the comics industry. Each May, retailers, publishers, suppliers and distributors make some comics free in an effort to reward comic book veterans and draw in new fans. This year, Free Comic Book Day falls on May 5, and Slackers will stay open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. "The main thing is to get people interested in comics," said Joe Turck, who manages the store. He said he hopes people new to the hobby will visit the store to see what grabs their attention. Forty-two different titles will …