Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Actor who played Ham in 1993 baseball flick “The Sandlot” will be on hand for ceremony.
It may not feel like it now, but fall will be here before you know it. Summer flies by so quickly, and all of your free time will soon be consumed by back-to-school preparations. Don’t miss the chance to create wonderful memories by enjoying awesome activities and visiting amazing local places with your family. The city’s summer highlights promise action-packed days the family will hold dear all year long.
Send your children back to school in style for less and save yourself a little stress this year.
When St. Louis’ humidity soars and the kids are tired of staying inside just for the air conditioning, it’s time for a little day trip. The city’s best spots to spend a summer day promise everything from stunning views the sparkling waters of the river from the arch to wet and wild fun at Raging Rivers. Pack up the mini van and hit the road for the best summer fun this side of the Mississippi.
The 32nd annual Fair Saint Louis promises three perfect days of free entertainment — including Heart, Third Eye blind and Dierks Bently — all right on the grounds surrounding the city’s iconic Gateway Arch. Two 4th of July runs, a parade and an air show make this a celebration of independence like none other. If you miss it, the fair will continue to host summer concerts, but this weekend is one to spend in St. Louis doing it up right at one of the best fairs this area has to offer.
Get ready for major fun in the sun at St. Louis’ most incredible waterparks and super-fun pools, all at great values. Be prepared to stay a while, these parks offer top-notch amenities that will keep the whole family coming back for more. From multi-story slides to lazy rivers, the best waterparks and pools in St. Louis offer something for everybody.
SCORE wants to help you get that small business going and a counselor has tips to teach kids not to bully.
Flu season could stretch into May, VNA cautions.
Superintendent Norm Ridders says he’s concerned that the district has too many children who are going hungry, which makes it harder to study and learn.