Sunday, February 24, 2013
The prize was the second half of a $216,00 Show Me Cash jackpot drawing held Feb. 5.
A Chesterfield woman won $108,000 after she claimed the second half a $216,000 Missouri Lottery Show Me Cash jackpot. Bernice Schumacher bought her winning ticket for the Feb. 5 at a Schnucks in Town and Country at 1060 Woods Mill Rd. A second winning ticket was claimed by a St. Joseph Woman, resulting in the pair splitting the total jackpot. The winning Show Me Cash numbers on Feb. 5 were: 11, 14, 23, 32 and 34. Show Me Cash is a daily Draw Game with jackpots that start at $50,000 and grow until someone wins. Schumacher claimed the 241st Show Me Cash jackpot prize since the game began in 2008. Connect with Us: Facebook | Twitter | Newsletters | Blogging | Posting Photos | Announcements | Events
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
A check around West St. Louis County reveals quite a few interesting products available for purchasing in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
While some West St. Louis County retailers offer pink products in support of breast cancer awareness year-round, it is always interesting to see what new and novel items spring up during October—especially for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Lori Willis, director of communications for Schnuck Markets, Inc., told Patch their stores' breast cancer awareness offerings vary each year, depending on what items are recommended by their vendors. "We really enjoy drawing attention to breast cancer prevention by creating special packaging in support of our manufacturers," Willis said. "We have a strong health and wellness program at Schnucks, and want to make sure we also are sharing all our knowledge with customers and teammates." Willis said …
Thursday, September 20, 2012
We've got you covered with tips of the money-saving variety with a new site feature.
We've launched a new feature here on Patch aimed at helping you save some cash on your weekly food and shopping bills. You can find it on the right side of the front page after scrolling down a bit under the heading "Grocery Specials." This service, put together by the good people at Patch HQ, allows you to browse weekly and daily specials, and print coupons for local stores including Walgreens, Trader Joe's and Schnucks. It's geared for the coupon crazy and shoppers of the who-needs-a-list variety (such as myself) with the ability to search by store or individual item and add them to your own personal shopping list. You can plan strategical shopping strikes or just find the cheapest spot in town for toothpaste. Check it out here.
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Patch takes a look at how the Schnucks building is shaping up as construction continues past an original "midsummer" opening goal.
The Schnucks Market being built at Clarkson and Kehrs Mill Roads is still making its way in construction since the idea first came about in Ballwin almost three years ago. Schnucks Communications Director Lori Willis originally told Patch in April that the store would seek an opening "sometime mid-summer, in July or August." Patch took a peek at construction progress Sept. 4, where, visibly, exterior walls were acquiring detailing and facade placement. RELATED ARTICLES:
Friday, August 24, 2012
Consumer are advised to throw out any cantaloupe grown in southwest Indiana.
A Schnucks spokesperson has confirmed their stores have pulled out cantaloupe from an area and a farm which have been identified as a likely source of a recent salmonella outbreak. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services issued the warning this week. It said Missouri has 12 confirmed cases of Salmonella Typhimurium according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Cantaloupe grown in southwestern Indiana is the focus of the outbreak and consumers are advised to throw out cantaloupe from that area. It should be identified by a sticker on the cantaloupe. According to USA today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has identified Chamberlain Farms, in Owensville, as a source of the outbreak. Schnucks …
Friday, August 10, 2012
Some of the parking lot is paved, and some windows are in place.
For this week of August 6-10, Schnucks has put in green sod along the 10-foot tall fence bordering residents' yards, curbs along paved parking lots, and glass in windows. The interior still looked dark from a distance.
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Schnucks grocery due to open this summer.
Here's an update of the Schnuck's grocery ongoing construction at Kehrs Mill and Clarkson roads. The dry weather has apparently been good for construction, but the heat can't have felt very good. Any comments on the work?
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
This big project is looking closer to completion, with wall details.
A boutique Schnucks market under construction on a corner where the communities of Ballwin, Chesterfield and Clarkson Valley converge, now has decorative elements on the outside walls—evidence that the store is closer to completion. The grocery store is scheduled to open sometime this summer. The first day of summer is today, June 20. The store is on a former single-family-home residential lot that sat unoccupied for a time, before it was turned commercial, the house razed, all vegetation uprooted, and grading and building began. Some Ballwin residents whose homes back up to the lot have called for taller fences between the construction site and their own lots. Other residents have vowed to boycott the grocery store after the city okayed …
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Construction progress obvious at busy intersection.
A Schnucks grocery store under construction on a former residential lot at Kehrs Mill and Clarkson Road now has a roof, and an entrance off Clarkson Road. Wedged onto a V-shaped despite protests by neighbors whose homes back up to the now-parking lot, Schnucks has made remarkable progress toward opening the store this summer. The store fronts on Clarkson Road, but it appears the majority of customers would enter on Kehrs Mill, through the parking area. Schnucks has described the new store as "boutique" due to its smaller size than others, and that it would likely tailor its product line to local consumer tastes. The new Schnucks location would likely draw consumers from nearby Clarkson Valley, Chesterfield, Ballwin, and possibly Ellisville.
Charter execs who want to work from New York makes a lot of sense, unless you are a stockholder, employee and customer.
A trio of top cable TV executives were hired to save Charter Communications recently. Charter is a company that just a year ago a service truck was worth more than 50,000 shares of common stock. The trio is all from New York, having worked at Cablevision. They don’t want to move to St. Louis and want some of the current support staff to move to New York, where the plan to obtain office space in Manhattan. Here is some free advice to these big shots. Let’s look at the plusses and minus in this deal. Housing and costs You can buy a house three times as big as the one you own now for less money. You also see a lower tax rate on the house. Your grocery bill will be cheaper and gasoline won’t cost as much. There are the occasional tornado …