Top Stories: Red-Light Cameras, Six Flags and Richardson Ridge Villas
Stories about Richardson Ridge Villas, Six Flags St. Louis and red-light cameras were among the most-read articles on Arnold Patch in September.
A summary of Arnold Patch's most-read stories in September is listed below. Our list of top five stories includes coverage of Richardson Ridge Villas, Six Flags St. Louis and red-light cameras.
And if you're interested in the major crime, crash reports and other police-related stories from the month, be sure to visit: Arnold Crime, Crash Reports and Police Stories From September
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- The Arnold Planning and Zoning Commission questioned the planned location of an entrance to a new senior living apartment complex off St. Johns Church Road.
- Standing at 125-feet tall, this gravity-defying, nerve-racking, stomach-crunching steel roller coaster will rocket riders through a combination of thrill sensations unlike any other coaster experience at the park, Six Flags officials announced.
- Circuit Court Judge Mark Stoll ruled in favor of a request from the City of Arnold and its red-light camera operator, American Traffic Solution, to reject the plaintiff Jeff Brunner's claim that red-light ordinances conflict with state law.
- See how Kim Schumacher's work over the summer helped create a better working environment for the faculty and staff at Meramec Heights Elementary School.
- The band Allstar Weekend's newest video displays values that are "clearly inconsistent" with those of the Girl Scout organization, its leader said.