Thursday, November 1, 2012
Residents will see a locally owned and operated pharmacy in the heart of Downtown Kirkwood.
Pharmacist Paul Hueseman is hard at work putting the finishing touches on the newest business to join Downtown Kirkwood's shopping district, Greentree Health Mart Pharmacy. The locally owned and operated pharmacy opens Monday at 9 a.m. The pharmacy will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. It will be closed Sunday. The pharmacy is located at 301 South Kirkwood Rd. in the retail space formerly occupied by Hobby Station next to Grapevine Wine and Cheese. There is off-street parking behind the pharmacy and a rear entrance from the parking lot. Opening a pharmacy in Kirkwood is a dream for Hueseman. He is a lifelong resident of Kirkwood and graduated Kirkwood High School in 1992. In fact, …
Thursday, October 18, 2012
The grocery store and cafe focused on local and organic products opens Thursday morning with a grand opening celebration this weekend.
Local Harvest Kirkwood will open its doors at the space formerly occupied by McDonnell's Market at 12309 Old Big Bend Road, Thursday at 8 a.m. The grocery store focused on local and organic products will be open every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Kirkwood Patch got a chance to take a sneak peek at Local Harvest Kirkwood Wednesday. Check out our photo album on Kirkwood Patch Facebook. RELATED CONTENT: More Than a Market: Customer Pays Tribute to Kirkwood Institution
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Specially trained staff use the latest technology to address chronic or non-healing wounds.
Des Peres Hospital opened a new outpatient wound care center Monday that treats patients with chronic or non-healing wounds associated with, among other things, diabetes, pressure ulcers, trauma, peripheral vascular disease, poor circulation, immobility and other conditions. Chronic wounds are those wounds that have not shown significant improvement with conventional treatment within 30 days or complete healing in eight weeks. The Wound Care Center by Des Peres Hospital is staffed with a specially-trained wound care physician and nurses who take a personalized approach using some of the most advanced wound care technologies available. The team works in partnership with the patient’s existing medical team to monitor progress during the …
Friday, October 12, 2012
Avery Park will be home to two playground areas, a “mister” fountain, pavilion, basketball court and more.
Friday, October 5, 2012
A grand opening celebration for Avery Park is set for Oct. 14. Learn about the park's features.
What began more than a year ago with groups of residents gathered around tables with maps will come to life next week with the grand opening of Avery Park. The Kirkwood Parks Department will hold a grand opening celebration for the new park at the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Avery Drive Oct. 14. Features in the new park include: A brief ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. with light refreshments served immediately following, according to the City of Kirkwood. RELATED CONTENT:
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The business is hard at work preparing 6,000 square feet of retail space that will house products exclusively from local, organic and sustainable sources.
Local Harvest hopes to open in Kirkwood in mid-October, according to co-owner Patrick Horine. Kirkwood Patch received questions from readers via our website and Facebook page about the status of the grocery store and café that will be housed in the 6,000 square feet of retail space formerly occupied by McDonnell's Market at 12309 Old Big Bend Road. "We are hard at work preparing the space," Horine said. It's clear residents are excited that the popular South City eatery chose Kirkwood for its newest location. Our original article about the opening of the grocery store and café that sells products exclusively from local, organic and sustainable sources met with enthusiastic comments and dozens of Facebook recommendations. Horine promises …
Monday, July 30, 2012
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, …