Friday, August 3, 2012
The Maryland Heights City Council approved the ordinance 7-1.
Ace Hardware was given the go-ahead on Aug. 2 to expand its outdoor storage, sales and display areas. The City Council approved an ordinance that would allow the Dorsett Square-based hardware store to expand its outdoor storage, sales and display areas. The amendment to the planned district will allow Ace to have two temporary outdoor storage areas to the rear of the building from April 1-July 31 and March 1- September 30. The city will now also allow Ace to set-up displays along the north-side of the building from March 15-June 30 and March 15-October 30. Additional changes include sesonal item displays.
Monday, July 4, 2011
We have original cocktail recipes and advice for planning a great, last minute Independence Day celebration.
It’s the last minute. All your plans have fallen through because your friends couldn’t decide between Fair St. Louis at the Arch or the Heritage and Freedom Festival in O’Fallon. Now it’s up to you to save the holiday. You don’t need a lot of time or money to throw together a great Fourth of July party in Maryland Heights. In fact, you can feed and host six to 10 people for less than $100 while still looking like a great host. It’s a lot cheaper than taking them all out to dinner. If your house or apartment is tidy enough for guests, you can pick up a small Weber Grill for as little as $30 at Ace Hardware or across the street at the Schucks on Dorsett Road. You can find charcoal at either store, but Ace Hardware has a larger, more diverse …
Thursday, April 14, 2011
Ace Hardware on Dorset Road opens a new Garden Center just in time for spring.
Maryland Heights Mayor Mike Moeller helped Ace Hardware owner Jeff Brandt cut the ribbon on a new garden center. The 2000 square foot store expansion adds significant area for outdoor needs ranging from fresh flowers and plants to outdoor gas grills.