Event is March 6 at 9:20 a.m. at St. Charles Christian Church, 3337 Rue Royale.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Bakery features gluten, dairy, soy, and casein-free items.
A 30-day gluten-free challenge led Nichole and Angel DiGiuseppi to a new career path. On Sunday, they opened The Organic Cave, a paleo bakery, in New Town. About a year ago the couple, who live in St. Peters, eliminated gluten, grain, soy and dairy from their diet for 30 days in an effort to address allergies and migraines. "We felt amazing," Nichole DiGiuseppi, 42, said. "We realized we felt great not eating those things. We didn't realize we felt so bad until we got rid of those things." The DiGiuseppis adopted the Paleo diet, but found they missed eating cookies, cakes and muffins. They found it difficult to find prepared items at stores that didn't have soy or dairy. So Nichole DiGiuseppi decided to make her own treats. In May, she…
Friday, June 15, 2012
Section of trail connects New Town to Frenchtown and is a piece of the Great Rivers Greenway.
Community members gathered on Friday for the grand opening of the new section of the Boschert Greenway trail which runs between New Town and Frenchtown. See more photos from the grand opening on our Facebook page. The entire route now provides riders and runners with 10 miles of trail throughout the area, said Mayor Sally Faith. Susan Trautman, director of Great Rivers Greenway, said she's excited to make a major connection along the Boschert Greenway. "What is unique about this project is the living wall. We're working really hard to develop sites that are sustainable and good for the environment," she said. St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlmann challenged governments and community leaders to make sure bike paths are a part of a …
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Trail connects New Town with Frenchtown in this joint-partnership between the city and Great Rivers Greenway.
The newest section of the Boschert Greenway trail connecting New Town to the Katy Trail will be dedicated June 15. The trail was a joint project between Great Rivers Greenway and the city of St. Charles, with GRG paying for 90 percent of the project and the city paying the rest. For more news about St. Charles Parks, follow us on Facebook. Phase 2 of the Boschert Greenway is a 2.1 mile trail that runs between Fox Hill Park and Eco Trail Park running in between the Little Hills Expressway and Highway 370. From there, bikers follow a bike path along the Fifth Street Extension, turning left at Olive Street which take them to the Katy Trail. Phase 1 of the trail runs between New Town and Fox Hill Park along Boschert Creek and was completed …
Friday, May 18, 2012
St. Charles Police Reports are provided from the St. Charles Police Department. A charge does not indicate a conviction.
Stealing Robbery Property Damage Drug Use
Sunday, March 18, 2012
Watch the St. Charles Patch YouTube Video of the Week which features one video pertaining to the community every week.
St. Charles Patch will be highlighting one video from YouTube every week. It will have something to do with the St. Charles community. This video shows the sunrise in New Town St. Charles on March 11. To watch the video CLICK the gallery to the right. Tell us, do you get up early enough to see the sunrise? Do you have a favorite memory of watching a sunrise or sunset? If you'd like your video highlighted, please email Kalen.Ponche@patch.com.
Friday, August 12, 2011
New Town's restaurant and bar shows potential, but more careful service would help.
You’ll find Padavan’s NY in the New Town development, located next to a sand volleyball pit. When I walked in, it felt like a snug, local sports bar. The dining room is decorated with football helmets and jerseys, license plates, and ads for sponsored alcohol. Even the bathroom doors are decorated with giant cans of Jerimiah Weed. This isn’t a surprise, since the well-stocked bar dominates about a quarter of the dining room. The open-air courtyard has about twice as much seating as the inside. You can choose between tables facing the volleyball courts or some in the fenced-in, semi-private bar area. While I’m a big fan of patio dining, considering the heat lately, I decided to enjoy the air-conditioned interior. The menu has a number of …