Ask A St. Louis Expert: 5 Top Snow Day ActivitiesWell-known local entertainer John Scott shares five top snow day activities for both inside and outside winter fun.
Fair Saint Louis Officials Implement New Parking PlanFair St. Louis begins in three days and officials say people should review the new transportation before heading out to Forest Park.
Forest Park Hat Luncheon Record Attendance, DonationsFour hundred and forty-five thousand dollars was raised by Forest Park to help update the cascades
St. Louis Police Amp Up Patrol in Forest ParkSt. Louis Police are increasing the patrol in Forest park to have a better handle on thieves and any other possible crimes.
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New Somersault Record Set on Art HillAccording to the website for the Barrelrollman Organization-a new world record was set yesterday on Art Hill for the most people to somersault at the same time.
Fair St. Louis Officially Moving to Forest Park in 2014The 4th of July fair traditionally held on the grounds of the Gateway Arch will be held in Forest Park next year with Art Hill being the centerpiece for the event. The Arch and its grounds are in the midst of a multi-million dollar renovation.
Murder Charges Filed in Forest Park ShootingTwo suspects shot by an St. Charles County Sheriff Deputy during an attempted robbery Monday night in Forest Park have been charged.
1 Killed, 2 Injured in Forest Park ShootingAccording to St. Louis Police, the off-duty officer, 42, was jogging with a female acquaintance, 23, at the bottom of Art Hill around 11:15 p.m.
Fair St. Louis Moving from Arch Grounds in 2014A $380 million renovation of the Arch area will be in full swing next July, forcing the popular Fourth of July event to move elsewhere.
Events Announced For stl250 Celebration2014 will mark the 250th year since the city's founding fathers arrived on the St. Louis riverfront and the entire region will mark the event with a year-long celebration.
Strange Craft Hovers Above Sledders on Art HillSledders enjoying Art Hill looked up to see a silent object hanging about two-hundred feet above the slope of the hill.