Kennedy boys basketball team opens season with two tournaments

The Kennedy Celts boys basketball team opened with two tournaments to start the season and emerged with a winning record. The Celts hosted the Kennedy Round Robin and then played in the Valley Park Invitational. Kennedy went 4-2 and returns to action Friday with a 7:30 p.m. game at Valley Park.

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Happy Hanukkah

Students of the H.F. Epstein Hebrew Academy Choir, led by Rabbi Dan Morris, will perform Hanukkah songs at the 21st annual Hanukkah Celebration on Thursday, Dec. 11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Schnucks Ladue Crossing, I-170 at Ladue Road.

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City approves pet, texting, prostitution ordinances

The city of Chesterfield has given final approval to three ordinances, including one that limits the number of dogs and cats that can be kept on residential property. Under the new law, it’s illegal for anyone to have more than four dogs or six cats at a city residence. The measure sets the total number of allowable dogs and cats at six, with no more than four of those being canines.

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Business: Hayes Orthodontics now open in Ballwin

Dr. Andrew Hayes has opened Hayes Orthodontics at 14444 Clayton Road, located just west of Hwy. 141 in Ballwin. In private practice since 2006, Dr. Hayes is a second-generation orthodontist who treats all types of orthodontic cases, specializing in both braces and Invisalign treatment options. Dr. Hayes and his staff can be reached at 527-2237.

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Health Capsules: Calorie counts coming soon

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Nov. 25 finalized new rulings regarding calorie information on menus and vending machines. The FDA has given food establishments that are part of a chain of 20 or more locations one year to “clearly and conspicuously display calorie information for standard items on menus and menu boards, next to the name or price of the item.” Similarly, within two years, operators of 20 or more vending machines must disclose calorie information for food sold from vending machines, with some exceptions.

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Honor Park committee announces major donor

The Veterans Honor Park committee has announced that a local firm has made a major financial commitment for the proposed facility in Chesterfield. Jan Misuraca told the Chesterfield City Council at its Dec. 1 meeting that AEP River Operations has committed $250,000 for the project. The park is designed to honor past, present and future veterans of all U.S. Armed Forces.

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Bulletin Board: Students honored for leadership excellence 

Two students from St. Louis Community College received special recognition at the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) annual convention Nov. 5-7. Area students receiving MCCA 2014 Student Leadership Awards were Brian Cardona, STLCC-Meramec, and Jacob Wingerter, STLCC-Wildwood.

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