Week In Reveiw: Bad Smell in Maryland Heights, Fire Board Race Gets Nasty and Man Caught Stealing
We know you're busy, so here's a roundup of some of the recent stories featured on Maryland Heights Patch.
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In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from Maryland Heights Patch over the last few days:
Dollar Tree Employees Robbed, Tied up at Knifepoint: Police are searching for a man they say robbed two employees at the Creve Coeur Dollar Tree store.
Burglar Stole Ritalin and Cash, Maryland Heights Police Say: The Jan. 16 burglary was in an apartment in the 12300 block of Shoeridge Court.
Cunningham, McNary Get Nasty in Run for Monarch Fire Board: The Post-Dispatch interviewed both the remaining candidates, who once held high-profile offices in Jefferson City and now are running for the relatively obscure three-person fire board.
Pattonville Schools Receive $2,000 Grant to Help Families in Need: Grant will support the work of the Pattonville Community Action Team (PCAT), a group of Pattonville staff members and community members working to help stabilize and support Pattonville families in need.
Police: Officers Find Man Loading Stolen Air Compressor Onto Truck: The man was parked outside a Bridgeton hotel that is closed for renovation.
Maryland Heights City Council to Consider New Trash Container Laws: The Maryland Heights City Council is considering amending the ordinance to allow waste containers to be stored in front of residences, as long as they are within four feet of the house.
Super Bowl Officials: Bridgeton-Native Judged Super Bowl 47: Joe Larrew, a Bridgeton-native, was a side judge during Super Bowl 47.
Landfill Odor Caused by Fire, Company Looking to Inform Concerned Residents: Heat created by a fire at Bridgeton Landfill is contributing to a foul smell around the Interstate 70 and Interstate 270 area in Bridgeton.
Readers React to City's Effort to Turn Dorsett Road Into a 'Great Street': In January, Maryland Heights embarked on a six-month study of ways to improve Dorsett Road with a $500,000 federal grant awarded through the St. Louis Great Streets Initiative.