Bonfire season is here...Disposing of Fire pit, Fireplace, or Barbecue Ashes - Before throwing ashes in the trash from your barbecue pit, fire pit or fireplace; remember to place them in a metal container and store them outside to allow the ashes cool. Fire officials recommend the ashes cool for a week before placing them in your trash. Even after such time, it’s recommended you stir the ashes to verify there are no glowing coals before throwing them in the trash can.Ashes that are not properly disposed of can ignite in the trash and cause a house fire. Or, they can ignite a fire in the trash truck causing costly damage. ... See MoreSee Less
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Francis Howell Central High School Homecoming ParadeThursday, September 22th at 6:00 p.m.Expect Delays, use alternate routes or come watch the parade!The parade route is as follows: Beginning at FHC, right onto Highway N, continue right at Mannino's Market, right onto St. Charles Street at Bemo's, right onto Fifth Street, then left onto Highway N, ending at FHC.The parade will start in the parking lot of Francis Howell Central High School at approximately 6:00 p.m. Expect delays and road closures between 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. in Cottleville.Highway N will be closed from Spartan Drive to Cottleville's Legacy Park in all directions. Motherhead Road will be closed at Highway N. ... See MoreSee Less
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