St. Joseph recognized a four-year-old girl who they say saved an apartment from being burned down.The incident happened back on February 24th. St. Joseph Police Chief Joel Klein says a grease fire started in the apartment with 4-year-old ShyAnn Jamison inside.
A task force group will meet tomorrow (Thursday) to come up with the framework on how to better shape downtown Foley. Early plans have begun to take shape at looking at the long range future of downtown Foley.
A Foley housing development has received final approval to better accommodate housing on some vacant lots. Kampa Meadows has been looking to convert its 6 twin home lots into 3 single family lots to make the area more marketable.
A flashing LED billboard that had a Royalton man upset has been shut off. Back in January, Mark Schraut was fighting to get the billboard taken down after saying the sign violated his property and multiple city ordinances.
Residents of Foley voiced their concerns regarding some improvements for Kampa Meadows. The city council held a public hearing last (Tuesday) night to better clarify the improvements wanting to be done in the area.
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