Issue 114

Stapleton Unfinished Basement Declared Federal Disaster Area

Stapleton Unfinished Basement Declared Federal Disaster Area

After several years of fighting with the catastrophe that is the Moellering basement, the federal government has finally stepped forward and appropriately declared the area a federal disaster area. “Officials came to check things out about two weeks ago,” said Craig Fugate FEMA Director. “I was informed by our team about the crisis and then […]

Eastbridge Residents Wonder if One Ice Cream Kiosk is Enough

Eastbridge Residents Wonder if One Ice Cream Kiosk is Enough

In the most recent update on the Eastbridge Town Center, many of the retail shops were revealed. These included a Pilates studio, a coffee shop, home and garden retail, a restaurant, and of course, Los Chingones and the Troy Guard breakfast restaurant. But the centerpiece to the Eastbridge layout was the most imperative; the ice […]

Toby Keith’s Remarkably Stayed in Business for Four Years

Toby Keith’s Remarkably Stayed in Business for Four Years

Last month, Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill closed its Stapleton location, stunning residents. “That place was still open?” exclaimed Stapleton resident Kathy Rundall. “I think I went there once four years ago, but assumed it was out of business. Who was going there?” Resident Shawn McCall was equally surprised. “I don’t think […]

Archeologists Uncover Missing Pages of Green Book

Archeologists Uncover Missing Pages of Green Book

The Green Book was the original document created to guide the development of the Stapleton community. Historians believe the document was created sometime in the early 1990’s, but they cannot be certain. “Based on historical records, documents, and artifacts, we can be pretty certain the Green Book was created sometime between 1990 and 1994,” said […]

Kids in School, But Stapleton Mom Plans to Continue to be a Mom

Kids in School, But Stapleton Mom Plans to Continue to be a Mom

Stapleton mom Angie Clark has been a stay at home mom for the last seven years. She has taken care of the kids day in and day out as well as being the household manager, including things such as getting groceries, doing laundry, keeping the house clean, and keeping the family schedule. Not to mention, […]

Homeowners with “Butler’s Pantry” Finally Get Butler

Homeowners with “Butler’s Pantry” Finally Get Butler

In a much anticipated move, the Morris family finally hired a butler to go with their butler’s pantry in their elegant Parkwood Home. “We have been waiting to do this for years,” said Timothy Morris. “Our house felt incomplete. But now, with Alfred, we finally feel like our house is the home we always thought […]

Stapleton Moms Excited for Fall Wardrobes

Stapleton Moms Excited for Fall Wardrobes

Fall is here, and most Stapleton moms couldn’t be more excited. “I’m so sick of my summer clothes,” said North Central Park mom Nikki Steiner. “This gives me a chance to revisit my fall clothes from last year, and more importantly, buy some new cute things.” Stacey Southall agrees. “New seasons bring new fashions and […]