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In case you missed them, here were some of the top headlines from the O'Fallon Patch from the last few days.
Civic Hall Demolition Underway
- Crews began tearing down O'Fallon's old Civic Hall building Thursday. The O'Fallon City Council decided last April that the condemned building should be replaced and not renovated.
New Specialty Beer Series Announced by O'Fallon Brewing
- O’Fallon Brewery announced on Tuesday the launch of a new specialty series of higher gravity beers. The “Brewer’s Stash” series will feature a rotating selection of specialty beers packaged in four-packs of 12-oz. bottles, according to a news release. The first beer in the series, Sticke It To The Man, is a Sticke (pronounced: schtick-uh) Alt beer which is a darker, hoppier version of the traditional Dusseldorf Alt style.
- Check out the most recent food inspection reports from St. Charles County Health Department from February and March 2013.
Teen Targeted Elderly With Drugs to Feed Prescription Habit
- Two teens worked together to grab a prescription from a 69-year-old woman after she left the Walmart pharmacy in O’Fallon. Patch reported earlier that Alex Michael Stigall, 18, of the 4000 block of Southridge Drive in St. Peters, and Jermel Higgins, 18, of the 300 block of San Juan Drive in St. Charles, were charged Thursday for physically taking property from a victim.
Charges Filed in O'Fallon Statutory Rape Case
- A Wright City man was charged last week in a statutory rape case in O'Fallon. O'Fallon Police reported that they received the call on March 1 saying that a 13-year-old female on Eastbook Lane was being touched by an adult.