Monday, April 8, 2013
Patch is looking for experts who can answer readers' lawn and garden related questions as we approach warmer weather.
It's spring and that means it's time to prepare your yard for warmer weather and Patch wants to help you find the answers to all your questions, but we can't do it alone. In the latest edition of "Ask the Patch Pro" we need local experts who can answer readers' lawn and garden questions and offer advice. If you consider yourself an expert and can answer these questions and more, let us know two ways. One: You can leave a comment on this post along with your email address. Two: You can send an email to email@example.com. We need experts to answer questions on Thursday, April 11. Curious as to what we are looking for? Take a look at some of our previous Patch Pro posts: Have a suggestion for another edition of Patch Pro? Let us know …
Monday, November 26, 2012
Maryland Heights Police said the man consented to a search of his home on Harding Avenue.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Scott
Monday, November 26, 2012
A Maryland Heights man faces criminal charges after police discovered marijuana plants growing in his house Nov. 3. James E. Farrar, 55, of the 400 block of Harding Avenue in Maryland Heights, was charged Friday with producing a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance. Maryland Heights Police said Farrar consented to a search of his home on Harding Avenue. Police found growing marijuana plants and more than 100 grams of stored marijuana. Police said Farrar admitted to growing and possessing marijuana. Farrar posted 10 percent of the $35,000 bond and was released from St. Louis County jail. For more crime information on Maryland Heights Patch, see the following articles:
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
The Chamber will hand out plants to tornado victims Wednesday at the Maryland Heights Centre.
The Maryland Heights Chamber of Commerce will hold a plant giveaway Wednesday for Good Friday storm victims. Kim Braddy, the chamber’s executive director, told Maryland Heights Patch the plants are coming from a South County nursery that is going out of business. The nursery decided to donate its remaining inventory to tornado victims and is using the chamber to distribute them, Braddy said. Braddy said there will be a variety of plants to choose from, such as holly bushes. The chamber will hold the giveaway at the Maryland Heights Centre from noon to 4 p.m. Tornado victims will need to provide a photo ID and proof of residency. Braddy said the chamber will have a list of addresses hit by the storm and workers will cross-reference their …