Monday, May 6, 2013
Police said Joseph T. Maddock taught at several schools in St. Louis County since 2001. He's now being accused of sexually touching a 10-year-old student.
A teacher is being accused of sexually touching a 10-year-old student during a home school session in Lake Saint Louis. Joseph T. Maddock, who also worked for a number of West St. Louis County school districts, was charged Monday in St. Charles County with first-degree statutory sodomy. Lake Saint Louis Police said Maddock, 34, of the first block of Cedar Bluff in Lake Saint Louis, met the boy and his parents while he was teaching at another school. Police reported he convinced the boy’s parents to teach the boy in a home-school environment. Maddock had been teaching at the boy’s Lake Saint Louis home five days a week during the school year. Police said he would rub the boy’s back and stomach as he read stories. During a reading session in…
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Each week, Patch publishes information from the local restaurant inspections of St. Louis County Department of Health as well as their grade.
Here are the latest restaurant inspections on file for the past 90 days: Subway Address: 12321 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur Date of Inspection: March 19 Type of Inspection: Routine Risk Factor: 1 Grade: 100-A Comments: Sanitizer found to be too strong. Andrews Academy Address: 888 N. Mason Rd., Creve Coeur Date of Inspection: March 20 Type of Inspection: Routine Risk Factor: 2 Grade: 99-A Comments: None. Starbucks Address: 1261 Graham Rd. Date of Inspection: March 20 Type of Inspection: Routine Risk Factor: 1 Grade: 94-A Comments: No one in charge at the time of inspection had a valid food protection certificate; not all Hepatitis A vaccination records available; inspector saw mop being stored in dirty water. Jack in the Box Address: 6100 …
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Winners were selected from Andrews Academy and Parkway Northeast Middle School in Creve Coeur.
The arrival of summer, albeit not officially for another few weeks, does not prevent us from honoring those bright students doing good work in the classroom and recognizing them in the community as Whiz Kids. This week, we're recognizing two Creve Coeur area students who finished in first place among their classmates in a Creve Coeur-Olivette Chamber of Commerce essay contest. The topic: What is leadership, and how can it have an impact on the larger community? It looks like this pair, Dariya Khojasteh, a 6th grade student at Andrews Academy and Juliann Bi, an 8th grade student at Parkway Northeast Middle School, are already showing the way.
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Creve Coeur Patch looks at how you should prepare and what you should do during an earthquake if the New Madrid fault should really let loose.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Joe Scott
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Most people in the St. Louis area have never been through a major earthquake, despite the fact that much of its population lives in the potential shock zone of the New Madrid fault. Knowing what to do during a tornado may have saved scores of lives on Good Friday, but few St. Louisans are prepared for what to do if a major earthquake hits the area, said Mark Rosenblum, with the Missouri State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) That’s part of the reason SEMA is conducting The Great American Shakeout earthquake drill Thursday, which will involve at least 2.8 million people in eight states. Among those registered as participating in Thursday's drill, scheduled for 10:15 a.m. include: Not participating in the drill? Everyone can take five …