Friday, January 27, 2012
Purses, clothing stolen from cars left unlocked during a dance at Duchesne High School last weekend.
Theft During a Dance Someone stole items from four cars parked in Duchesne High School's parking lot during the school's dance on the evening of Jan. 21. All four vehicles were left unlocked. Items stolen from the cars included purses, wallets, clothing, make up bags, shoes, an ipod, phone chargers and ID among other items were stolen from her unlocked vehicle which was parked at Duchesne High School between 5:30 and 10:30 p.m. Jan. 21. Intoxication Stealing Property Damage Death Investigation Fight
Thursday, July 28, 2011
Main Street shops will also stay open late next week.
Several merchants on North Main Street spread their wares out on tables lining the sidewalk Thursday afternoon for the 60th annual sidewalk sale. The participating shops will have their goods out until 8 p.m. Thursday, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The first day of the sidewalk sale coincides with the hot summer nights concert. Shops Open Late Next Tuesday Next Tuesday, many merchants on North and South Main Street are planning to stay open later so that people in town for a large annual conference can shop in the evening. The Pioneer Network, an eldercare advocacy group, will hold its annual conference at the St. Charles Convention Center Sunday through Aug. 4. Carol Felzien, director of communication, …
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Main Street Church and Matthias’ Lot Church share renovated space in the business district of historic St. Charles.
North Main Street in St. Charles is known for restaurants and nightlife. Some people might say that it became too well known last year when the nightlife went long and loud into the night. Into the mix of pubs and nightclubs, coffeehouses and eateries has come Main Street Chapel, 116 N. Main Street. Someone casually walking by might think it is a “storefront church” because it is located in a commercial area surrounded by businesses. However, this church is buying the store and the building. After overhauling the interior space, Main Street Chapel is open for business--God’s business--for the long haul. I spoke with Douglas Hon, lead pastor for Main Street Church. The church has been meeting at 10:30 a.m. Sunday mornings at Main Street …
Monday, January 31, 2011
Ice carving contest winners announced.
Crowds took advantage of unseasonably warm temperatures Saturday to watch ice carvers create works of art on North Main Street. Penny Pitman, president of the Historic Downtown Association, said she thinks this year's crowd was the biggest yet. Check out our photo slideshow of the event: The 2011 winners were: Master Carver Class Carver Class Team/Monster Carvers
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
The Fête de Glace takes place Saturday.
On Saturday morning, John Russell and Naomi Hamamura will pack up their chain saws, hand saws, power grinders, irons, sanders and chisels and head for St. Charles. These are the tools of the trade for ice carvers, and Russell and Hamamura will be among the carvers competing in the 13th annual Fête de Glace, or Festival of Ice. The event will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, in the 100 to 200 blocks of North Main Street in St. Charles, between Jefferson and Monroe streets. "It's a beautiful art form," said Russell. "The way light bounces around inside the sculpture is what I like about it." Russell, of the St. Louis ice carving business Ice Visions, has taken part in the event the past five years. He started out in ice …
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Local deals include dinner, party favors and, in one case, a ride home.
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- Kalen Ponche
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Editor's Note: This round up was posted in December 2010. For a list of things to do for New Year's Eve 2012, see this story: http://patch.com/A-0cWS If you're itching to hit the town this New Year's Eve, there are plenty of options in St. Charles. Bars along North Main Street have a number of New Year's Eve specials for partiers--one even includes a cab ride home in the price of the ticket. Things to do Friday, Dec. 31. Go ice skating in Frontier Park . The St. Charles Ice Rink will be open from noon until midnight. Tickets are $7 for adults and $6 for children. Skates rentals are $6. Restaurants and bars: Hotel Deals: