Shaw

Tires Slashed on More Than 40 Cars in ShawThe officer said the number of cars hit stood at about 40, but the calls kept coming in as people woke up and found their tires flattened.
STL Officer's Drunk Driving Case Casts Shadow Over Shaw ShootingNo toxicology tests were given to Flanery the night of the Shaw shooting, and Christmas says we'll never know if he may have been under the influence then.
The Green House Venture: Education Center to Open in Shaw Neighborhood in 2019The project’s estimated cost is $4 million with fundraising underway.
Concrete Plant Opponents File SuitResidents say plant would hurt property values, rezoning was illegal.
First New City Catholic Grade School in Half-Century Opening MondayThe first new Catholic school construction in St. Louis City in a half-century opens to students Monday (Aug. 31). This area of South City is growing in population with families with kids.
Section of Shaw Avenue Closes Tuesday MorningA major traffic reconfiguration starts Tuesday morning at 8:30 - Shaw Avenue will be closed between between Kingshighway and Vandeventer for 10 days.
Laclede Employee's Personal Truck Creates Social Media UpsetSome residents are reacting to photos of a Laclede Gas Co. employee's personal truck in the Shaw Neighborhood. Not the truck itself, but the bumper stickers on the back window.
Ferguson City Manager ResignsThe Ferguson City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve a mutual agreement for City Manager John Shaw to step down, effective immediately.
South Grand Wonders What Happens if No Federal Ferguson ChargesNatasha Bahrami hopes for continued quiet, although she says she's still "hyperaware," especially after reports that Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson might not face any federal civil rights charges.
Force Investigative Unit Finishes Investigation Into Fatal Shaw ShootingThe St. Louis Police Department's Force Investigative Unit (FIU) announced Friday that it has concluded its investigation into the shooting death of Vonderrit Myers.
Police Command Worries About Radicals when Grand Jury Wraps UpSt. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar says they are concerned that the Black Panthers or communist activists might blend in with peaceful protestors and try to hurt police.
Proposed Parish Middle School ProjectIt was a celebration in the Shaw neighborhood of Saint Louis as hundreds turned out Sunday to learn more about the plan to build a new middle school on the Saint Margaret of Scotland parish school campus.

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