Steve Stenger Condemns Desecration at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery; Pledges County Help

21 Feb






Steve Stenger Condemns Desecration at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery; Pledges County Help Clayton, MO—St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger has offered all possible assistance from St. Louis County to Director Anita Feigenbaum and her staff at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, the site of weekend vandalism in which more than 100 headstones were […]

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Diaper Drive for Crisis Nursery Keeps County Kids Dry

17 Feb






Diaper Drive for Crisis Nursery Keeps County Kids Dry One has to assume that married, or single mothers can at least afford the expenses related to keeping a new born safe and healthy and dry. Not necessary true, and it’s a critical issue for the working poor or single parents with tight budgets. who have […]

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Mayor Slay Nominates New Black Member for City’s Civilian Oversight Board

16 Feb






Mayor Slay Nominates New Black Member for City’s Civilian Oversight Board By Joyce Hamm, MultiMedia PR News   St. Louis City Mayor Francis Slay’s nomination for the newest member of the City’s Civilian Oversight Board was introduced before the Board of Aldermen last week. The citizens board is responsible for independently receiving and reviewing complaints […]

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Who Knew: You May Qualify for EITC

16 Feb






Who Knew: You May Qualify for EITC By Travis Smith of MultiMedia PR News   What do Debbie Erwin of the United Way of Greater St. Louis; Russ Signorino from the Gateway EITC, Community Coalition; St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and IRS’ Danielle Douglas have in common?  More than you think?  Especially if you are […]

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Statement From Rev. Earl E. Nance, Jr., Chair Emeritus, Heatupstlouis.org — $295,000.00 Raised So far, TODAY!

10 Feb






Statement From Rev. Earl E. Nance, Jr., Chair Emeritus, Heatupstlouis.org — $295,000.00 Raised So far, TODAY!   Once again with the hard work of local Hardee’s franchisees’ crew members, Heatupstlouis.org announces preliminary fundraising results for the 17th Annual Hardee’s Rise ‘N Shine for Heat fundraiser.  Due to the efforts of more than 650 volunteers collecting […]

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Tishaura Jones Gives P-D Editorial Page Editor, Food for Thought!

10 Feb






Tishaura Jones Gives P-D Editorial Page Editor, Food for Thought! By Tishaura Jones, City Treasurer Two weeks ago, you used some of your ink to outline what questions you would be asking of mayoral candidates. You complained that “decades of sustained, abject neglect by city leaders have allowed a bombed-out graffiti-covered, war-zone image to prevail.” […]

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650 Volunteer for 17th Annual Hardee’s Rise ‘N Shine For Heatupstlouis.og Friday

7 Feb






An Army of 650 Volunteers: Firefighters, Media, Social Service, Business, Political and Civic Leaders; and Board Members Help Heatupstlouis.org Raise Dough and Safety Awareness During 17th Annual Hardee’s “Rise ‘N Shine For Heat” – “Have a Heart…Heat A Home” Project – Friday, February 10 Since Heatupstlouis.org, (now going into its 17th year of operations) embarked […]

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Mayor Slay, Aldermen Send Two Ballot Issues to Voters this April

3 Feb






Mayor Slay, Aldermen Send Two Ballot Issues to Voters this April Economic Development Sales Tax and Funding for Multi-Use Stadium ST. LOUIS — Mayor Francis Slay and the Board of Aldermen are asking City voters to approve a 1/2 Cent Economic Development Sales Tax that would generate approximately $20 million annually to invest in the […]

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Making Neighborhoods and City Safe Again

30 Jan






Making Neighborhoods and City Safe Again  By Alderwoman Lyda Krewson  I have made it clear from day one of this campaign that my top priority as mayor will be neighborhood safety. I have outlined several ways I intend to strengthen our police force by hiring more officers and providing updated equipment and training – training […]

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Walgreens Awards Nine Local High School Students As Super Talents

27 Jan






Walgreens Awards Nine Local High School Students As Super Talents Walgreens will award nine local high school students for using their talents in creative writing, visual arts and multimedia to voice their perspectives on challenges teens face at the Walgreens Expressions Challenge awards ceremony at 6 p.m. on January 27 beginning at Busch Stadium Cardinals […]

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