Saturday’s Greater St. Louis Honor Flight to Washington D.C. was a family affair for three brothers, who got to make the memorable trip together.
“It was a wonderful trip,” says Clarence Friedman, the middle brother of the three. “It was fast. We got to see an awful lot. There was nothing to stop us!”
Over half of the flags planted on Art Hill this fall to commemorate the 15th anniversary of 9/11 are available. Read more on KPLR 11.
Bishop DuBourg High School has an authority on an important era in U.S. history — World War II — although Wil Heimberger isn’t a teacher or a visitor from that era. Read more on St. Louis Review.
News 4’s Steve Savard traveled with a group of 22 area veterans as they visited the Capitol for a day trip to see memorials created in their honor. Read more on KMOV 4.
When Anthony Saputo arrived at Utah Beach off the coast of France in late 1943, he and his U.S. Navy comrades were instructed to dig foxholes as an advance team looked for signs of the enemy leading to the D-Day invasion June 6, 1944. Continue Reading on St. Louis Review.