Wednesday, February 13, 2013
East Side/West Side all around the town. Non-stop shopping for that special someone on Valentines Day 2013.
Patch got a head start on Valentines Day shopping. Here are some select items to pick from and where to shop in Creve Coeur, Kirkwood, Webster Groves, Olivette and Ladue. Get out there and get going. Lou Knockel, Dierbergs Florist & Gifts in Creve Coeur “Valentines is the busiest one-day holiday in the year. We get flowers from all over the world, some from California, some from Europe and some from South America. We are the largest FTD Florist in Missouri and we will ship out some 4,000 to 5,000 orders this Valentines Day. Roses are the No.1 flower that we sell. We will go through about a quarter of a million stems. We have lots of fresh flower arrangements with spring flowers in them for everyone.” Maryann Pretak, Ladue Florist and Gifts…
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Two men are also accused of holdups in Crestwood, Mehlville and Brentwood.
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Saturday, October 13, 2012
A Kirkwood man faces criminal charges after police said he and another man took a woman’s purse and cell phone during an armed robbery in the Dierbergs Market parking lot in Shrewsbury May 15. Curtis Edwards, 28, of the 200 block of Midway Avenue in Kirkwood, and Markele Prince, 17, both were charged with first degree robbery and armed criminal action. It’s the latest in a string of armed robbery charges against the two men, although others also were involved in hold ups in other areas. Edwards has been charged in four other armed robberies last May in St. Louis County. Prince faces two other first-degree robbery charges. In the Shrewsbury robbery, police said Edwards chose the victim in the Dierbergs parking lot, 7233 Watson Road, and …
Monday, July 30, 2012
The St. Louis-based grocery chain is planning a grand opening for its newest supermarket on Tuesday morning.
Pancakes, paninis, parking and lots of fresh produce are some of the ways Dierbergs is hoping to wow customers at its new store, opening in Des Peres on Tuesday. Workers were busy laying sod and watering new shrubbery outside the multi-level “Market at Des Peres” on Friday. Over the weekend, employees stocked shelves and produce bins to get ready for the unveiling, company spokesman Todd Vasel said. A ribbon cutting is scheduled for 8:35 a.m. Tuesday, followed by the store’s grand opening at 9 a.m. “It’s a Dierbergs store, but it’s got a much different look and feel,” company spokesman Todd Vasel said Friday. “It will be pretty impressive.” All month, Dierbergs featured a “31 things to do” at the Des Peres store on its Facebook page. Each …
The grocery store aims to make its mark in the region with a host of upscale features.
Patrons accustomed to shopping at Dierbergs likely will be surprised when they visit the new Dierbers location that opens Tuesday in Des Peres. At least that's the hope of Dierbergs. “Our intent was to meet and then exceed customer expectations of what makes a store a Dierbergs store,” Dierbergs president Greg Dierberg said in a news release. “So we focused on areas of growing interest such as meal convenience, wine selection, culinary education, and health and wellness. The result is a store designed not only to be shopped but also experienced.” Dierbergs spokesman Todd Vasel said the new store would have all the usual Dierbergs’ services and features, plus more, including a mezzanine-level dining area, an Evening Tap for beer-lovers, …