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There are many charities in St. Louis, but perhaps none of them is as extensive or synonymous with St. Louis, as Old Newsboys, now a charitabl…

I wish someone at the Post-Dispatch would have the guts to write a story about the slow, agonizing disappearance of the Suburban Journal Newsp…

Luncheon to honor group will be held May 15

Newspaper effort proud of 57-year history of helping children

Dennis Barnidge Memorial tournament being held Sunday

The family and friends of longtime Suburban Journals' sports editor Dennis Barnidge are hosting a charity golf tournament in his honor. 

Your shutting down the Suburban Journals is extremely upsetting ("2 Suburban Journals to end print editions," May 12). We loved it for the loc…

Shifting emphasis online leaves four Journals still printing in the St. Louis area.

There are bears in St. Charles County.

When the Post-Dispatch’s “What’s Up” section announced that “the St. Louis chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will examine the…

A funeral service for Jim Fox, longtime newspaper columnist, will be at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Zion United Methodist Church, 1603 Union Road in …

Howard Etling devoted more than 50 years to publishing local news where he loved living — in south St. Louis.

Wiley Price inducted into state's journalism hall of fame

The STL High School sports app has daily scores and stats. To get the app, text STLHS to 46275

"Beer, Brats & Baseball: St. Louis Germans" now available

Autumn: a time of warm and wonderful foods and inviting aromas in metro St. Louis.

  • By Sarah Baraba

During mornings, Frank Bick liked to patrol his newsroom. Coffee in hand (and typically sporting boat shoes with no socks) he strutted the ais…

  • BY MICHAEL D. SORKIN • msorkin@post-dispatch.com > 314-340-8347

Frank C. Bick, who launched a chain of weekly newspapers now called the Suburban Journals that grew to ring the St. Louis area, died Wednesday…