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O’Fallon residents band together to fill Salvation Army pantry

Several groups in the O’Fallon community recently responded to the needs of the local Salvation Army branch by facilitating a surprise food drive, which netted the food pantry a bounty of chow for the hungry families it serves. “I want to start off by asking everyone to remember this number – 5,711,” O’Fallon resident John Callahan said at the March 12 O’Fallon City Council meeting. During public comments, Callahan addressed the audience and council, informing them that 5,711 different food items had been collected and donated to the Salvation Army’s food pantry. “This is a great and tremendous community,” Callahan ...

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Election Preview

In anticipation of the April 7 election, St. Charles County candidates in contested races were invited to answer a few questions.

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Traffic court woes

Some local municipal officials are worried about the impact of legislation that could reduce the percentage of general revenue that they can receive from traffic tickets.

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Volunteers sought for Mission Clean Stream

Volunteers from St. Charles County and the communities of Cottleville, Dardenne Prairie, Lake Saint Louis, O’Fallon, St. Charles, St Peters and Wentzville are being sought to join forces with Greenway Network and Missouri River Relief in an effort to remove trash from local streams and lakes on Saturday, April 11.

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Diamond interchange agreed upon for Hwy. 40-61

Local officials have again agreed to a conventional diamond interchange to replace the at-grade intersection of Hwy. 40-61 at Hwy. P and Peine Road after county officials heard concerns from Wentzville and other residents that the improvements might be delayed.

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City recognized for reforesting

Forest ReLeaf of Missouri recognized the city of Weldon Spring on March 5 for its exceptional efforts toward reforesting the community after the devastating effects of a tornado in May of 2013.

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Combating tax fraud

St. Peters police are asking for help from residents in combating the kind of tax fraud that a growing number of them may be experiencing this year.

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