Town and Country

Residents listen to a Town & Country Planning & Zoning Commission hearing on July 25, 2013. (KMOX)

A Town Square for Town and Country?

Town and Country is taking ideas on what to do with the Wirth property near Clayton and Mason roads.

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Candlelight Vigil for Deer Planned in Town and Country

Elected officials are spending $46,000 to kill 100 deer on as little as two-acre parcels, according to a news release from organizers, which is down from 10-acre parcels in previous years.

01/06/2015

boil order

Boil Order In West County

Missouri American Water says precaution taken after power outage at treatment plant

08/24/2014

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Man Charged in Town and Country Beating

20 year old Daniel Martin of Bel Ridge is charged

05/15/2014

Photo Major Case Squad

Person of Interest Sought in Town and Country Major Case

Person of Interest caught on surveillance cameras

05/12/2014

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Man Beaten, Robbed in Home Had Stolen Thousands from Employees

Thomas Ruzicka was found unconscious Friday morning by his son in his Town and Country home.

05/12/2014

An example of one of the television stolen from a Town & Country home (image supplied by Major Case Squad)

Reward Offered In Town & Country Beating

Major Case Squad says flat screen televisions were stolen from victim’s home.

05/11/2014

deer

Town & Country Renews Contract to Lower Deer Count

Last year, the city approved $58,000 for White Buffalo Inc. to kill 125 deer but will be spending less this year, $40,000.

12/10/2013

Maryville University

Town and Country Aldermen Approve Maryville University Rezoning

Maryville University is now free to move ahead with plans to build a 24,000-square feet maintenance building, soccer and softball fields.

11/26/2013

An overflow crowd gathers at the Town and Country Board of Aldermen meeting on November 11, 2013. (KMOX News/Allison Blood).

Town and Country Aldermen Consider Maryville University Rezoning

Many residents waiting in line to speak said they thought it was a bad idea and that it would lower their property values.

11/12/2013

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