• Police Collecting Unwanted Prescriptions

    Police Collecting Unwanted Prescriptions

    Brentwood residents are encouraged to dispose of unwanted or unused prescription medications in a collection box at the Brentwood Police Department, 272 Hanley Industrial Court. Drop them off any time, or from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30 when an officer will be in the station lobby for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Brentwood Chief of Police Dan Fitzgerald […]

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  • Ten Games In, Soccer Team Finally Loses

    Ten Games In, Soccer Team Finally Loses

    But Eagles, 9-1, remain perfect in conference   By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net News flash: The Brentwood High School girls soccer team has finally lost. On April 25, over one month into the season, the Eagles took their 9-0 record to O’Fallon, Mo., to try to make it 10-0 against Christian High School. Facing a Class […]

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  • Blues Fans Count Down Win at O’B. Clark’s

    Blues Fans Count Down Win at O’B. Clark’s

    A large crowd packed O’B. Clark’s in Brentwood on Monday night, April 25, to watch the St. Louis Blues advance to the second round of the National Hockey League playoffs for the first time in four years. The Blues beat the Chicago Black Hawks 3-2 to win the series four games to three and advance to the Western Conference semifinals […]

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  • Eagles Win 6 Straight, Lose to Valley Park

    Eagles Win 6 Straight, Lose to Valley Park

    Hawks bump BHS to 2nd place in conference   By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net The Brentwood High School baseball team recently missed a chance to take sole possession of first place in the South Central AA Conference. They lost 2-0 to Valley Park on April 19, which bumped them down to second place as the Hawks […]

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  • From Last to Best: Boys Turn It Around

    From Last to Best: Boys Turn It Around

    Rivera leads quartet of girls to 2nd place   By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net It took only one year for the Brentwood High School boys track and field team to move from last place to first in its own invitational meet. It beat five teams to win the Brentwood Invitational on Monday. The Eagles scored 170.5 […]

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  • Mary Magdalen Church Begins Renovation

    Mary Magdalen Church Begins Renovation

    Saint Mary Magdalen Catholic Church began an extensive renovation of its main sanctuary on April 11. The construction is expected to last about six months. During the renovation, weekend masses will be held in the church’s gym, which has a new air conditioning system. School children are attending 8 a.m. mass in the church’s St. Joseph Chapel. Weekday noon mass […]

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  • Getting Word Out to Our Daily Visitors

    Getting Word Out to Our Daily Visitors

    By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net Around 8,000 people live in Brentwood. But according to the city’s website, our population swells to 22,000 during the day. Think about that for a second. Does it mean that when we go off to work, scores of out-of-towners quietly arrive at our houses and hang out while we’re gone? That […]

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  • Police Collecting Unwanted Prescriptions

    Police Collecting Unwanted Prescriptions

    Brentwood residents are encouraged to dispose of unwanted or unused prescription medications in a collection box at the Brentwood Police Department, 272 Hanley Industrial Court. Drop them off any time, or from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30 when an officer will be in the station lobby for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. Brentwood Chief of Police Dan Fitzgerald […]

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  • Ten Games In, Soccer Team Finally Loses

    Ten Games In, Soccer Team Finally Loses

    But Eagles, 9-1, remain perfect in conference   By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net News flash: The Brentwood High School girls soccer team has finally lost. On April 25, over one month into the season, the Eagles took their 9-0 record to O’Fallon, Mo., to try to make it 10-0 against Christian High School. Facing a Class […]

    continue reading »

     
     
  • Blues Fans Count Down Win at O’B. Clark’s

    Blues Fans Count Down Win at O’B. Clark’s

    A large crowd packed O’B. Clark’s in Brentwood on Monday night, April 25, to watch the St. Louis Blues advance to the second round of the National Hockey League playoffs for the first time in four years. The Blues beat the Chicago Black Hawks 3-2 to win the series four games to three and advance to the Western Conference semifinals […]

    continue reading »

     
     
  • Eagles Win 6 Straight, Lose to Valley Park

    Eagles Win 6 Straight, Lose to Valley Park

    Hawks bump BHS to 2nd place in conference   By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net The Brentwood High School baseball team recently missed a chance to take sole possession of first place in the South Central AA Conference. They lost 2-0 to Valley Park on April 19, which bumped them down to second place as the Hawks […]

    continue reading »

     
     
  • From Last to Best: Boys Turn It Around

    From Last to Best: Boys Turn It Around

    Rivera leads quartet of girls to 2nd place   By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net It took only one year for the Brentwood High School boys track and field team to move from last place to first in its own invitational meet. It beat five teams to win the Brentwood Invitational on Monday. The Eagles scored 170.5 […]

    continue reading »

     
     
  • Mary Magdalen Church Begins Renovation

    Mary Magdalen Church Begins Renovation

    Saint Mary Magdalen Catholic Church began an extensive renovation of its main sanctuary on April 11. The construction is expected to last about six months. During the renovation, weekend masses will be held in the church’s gym, which has a new air conditioning system. School children are attending 8 a.m. mass in the church’s St. Joseph Chapel. Weekday noon mass […]

    continue reading »

     
     
  • Getting Word Out to Our Daily Visitors

    Getting Word Out to Our Daily Visitors

    By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net Around 8,000 people live in Brentwood. But according to the city’s website, our population swells to 22,000 during the day. Think about that for a second. Does it mean that when we go off to work, scores of out-of-towners quietly arrive at our houses and hang out while we’re gone? That […]

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  • Police Warn of Tax Scam Phone Calls

    Police Warn of Tax Scam Phone Calls

    A scammer has been calling Brentwood residents on the telephone and threatening them with legal action related to their tax returns, it was announced Wednesday morning, April 20, by Brentwood Chief of Police Dan Fitzgerald. In his blog “The Chief’s Desk,” Fitzgerald warned residents to beware of calls or email from a man claiming to be James Caston of the […]

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  • BHS Drum Line Competes in Land of Giants

    BHS Drum Line Competes in Land of Giants

    Indoor percussion team takes 7th at championships   By Seamus Saunders Contributing Writer The Brentwood High School indoor percussion team placed seventh among nine schools at the Mid Continent Color Guard Association Championships on April 2 at Ozark High School. It was the last of three competitions for the season. This year 13 students participated. They had three new coaches […]

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  • Rivera Headed for Olympic Trials in Javelin

    Rivera Headed for Olympic Trials in Javelin

    She shatters her previous best by over 4 feet at home meet   By Steve Bowman Editor, The Brentwood Spirit Email: bowmansj@sbcglobal.net Brentwood High School senior Sophia Rivera has qualified for the U.S. Olympic trials in the javelin. Rivera ripped a throw of 180 feet and 4 inches at the Brentwood Invitational early Monday evening, April 18, exceeding the Olympic […]

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