Week in Review: Puppy Dragged on Highway, $75K in Furniture Stolen and Thies Farm's Third Location
We know you're busy, so here's a roundup of some of the recent stories featured on Maryland Heights Patch.
Too busy last week to stay up to date on all the news happening in and around St. Charles County? Not to worry. Patch has your back.
In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from Maryland Heights Patch over the last few days:
- A 5-and-a-half-year-old Pit Bull, who was tethered to a truck and dragged on Interstate 55, is recovering at the Humane Society of Missourifacility in Maryland Heights. A cash reward has been offered for the whereabouts of the person responsible.
- A building superintendent and three accomplices are accused of stealing $75,000 in office furniture from a company that was changing headquarters.
- Five people were indicted by a St. Louis County grand jury Thursday for 11 car thefts at Lou Fusz Buick GMC Oct. 11.
- Starting Nov. 26, Dogport will be closed due to the McKelvey Woods Trail/McKelvey Woods Court construction.
- Thies Farm, which operates a farm in Maryland Heights, plans to open its third location in the St. Louis area off of Greensbottom Road in St. Charles.
- A teacher from Maryland Heights received the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award.
- Did you decorate your house for the holidays this year? Enter our "Deck the House" contest and you could win $100,000 for your local school district and $500 to pay your electric bills!
- Warm our hearts with your best holiday pictures! Win prizes by sharing your snapshots in our contest, sponsored by Patch and the St. Charles Convention and Visitors Bureau, which runs the annual Christmas on Main Street.