If the summer months are supposed to be a "slow" time of year, someone forgot to tell people in Creve Coeur. Three words describe the week ahead around town:
Busy. Busy. Busy.
Monday night, the Creve Coeur City Council will hear first reading on an ordinance to add lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered individuals to the ranks of those listed in city anti-discrimination laws. Ward 1 Councilwoman Beth Kistner first announced her intention to bring forward the change earlier this year.
The Ladue School Board Monday will consider a topic which has generated plenty of debate:
All week, we'll be following a trio of area athletes who will be on the biggest stages of their young careers.
Parkway Swim Club members Heather Lundsrom () and Nick Orf () are competing at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, starting Monday. to talk about going up against the likes of Michael Phelps for a shot at going to London.
Thursday is former basketball star Bradley Beal's 19th birthday. He'll have a chance to celebrate like few others his age, when he's expected to be a top 5 pick in Thursday's NBA Draft. He'll be surrounded by his family and his high school coach Kelvin Lee. If you read the tea leaves, Charlotte, Washington, DC and Cleveland are the most likely destinations at this point.
This week, we're expecting a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court on the landmark Health Care law. Tell us what you think of the decision in a Patch Blog.
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