Police officers across the state of Missouri will take to the rooftops of 23 Dunkin Donuts locations on Friday, May 18 from 5 a.m. to noon to raise funds and awareness for Special Olympics. Locally, READ MORE
The Missouri Butterfly Monitoring Network (MBMN) is looking for citizen scientists who want to help create an accurate count of the butterfly population in St. Charles County. Join Tad Yankoski, Director of the MBMN and READ MORE
Heartland Humane Society, a nonprofit organization that rescues pets and offers adoptions through local Petsmart locations, is having a fundraising event Thursday, March 15 at the O’Fallon Texas Roadhouse. When diners present the flyer below READ MORE
The Real Housewives of Wentzville are asking for the community’s assistance to win a spot in the Women Build! program of the St. Charles County Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity helps build and repair READ MORE
The 15th Annual Polar Plunge on February 3 in Lake Saint Louis was a splashing success, raising $91,714 to date for the athletes of Special Olympics Missouri. A total of 402 brave men and women READ MORE
The phrase ‘shop till you drop’ has been around for ages, but according to the American Heart Association [AHA], an overwhelming number of Americans would feel ‘helpless’ to act if someone near them in a READ MORE
The St. Charles County Parks and Recreation Department is teaming up with the Saint Louis Zoo to offer FrogWatch USA training for those interested in learning about the wetlands in their communities by reporting on READ MORE
Habitat for Humanity of St. Charles County (HFHSCC) is seeking applications from individuals and families that would like to be considered as new homeowners for a Habitat for Humanity home in St. Charles County.
Each year in December, the Wentzville School District Holiday Assistance Program helps to provide gifts for students whose families are in need. This year, over 380 families and 1,000 WSD students received gifts in the READ MORE
The Cuivre River Electric Community Trust Board has awarded a $2,500 Operation Round Up grant to First Step Back Home to help with emergency shelter for homeless in St. Charles County motels.