A Cool Place to Stay Cool With A Big Splash In North County – A New Pool

22 May

A Cool Place to Stay Cool With A Big Splash In North County – A New Pool Even though the weather has been real cool, as it begins to warm up with those traditional humid and hot temps, North St. Louis County will be ready and in style and luxury. There is a new, $4.2 […]

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Black Americans in Flight” Exhibit Opens At the Vaughn Cultural Center

19 May

Black Americans in Flight Exhibit Opens At the Vaughn Cultural Center The Vaughn Cultural Center announces the opening of the exhibition “Black Americans in Flight: A Salute to Military Service.” The exhibit includes signed lithographs of the five panel mural installed at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in 1990. Also included in the exhibition are two […]

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Bow Wow, Bow Wow National Dog Bite Prevention Week 2015

19 May

Bow Wow, Bow Wow National Dog Bite Prevention Week 2015 As designated by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), the week of May 17-May 23 marks National Dog Bite Prevention Week. Dog bites remain a threat in our communities, to both people and companion animals. According to the AVMA, there are 4.5 million dog bites […]

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John Diehl: What’s Done In The Dark Will Come To Light

17 May

John Diehl: What’s Done In The Dark Will Come To Light By Rev. Rodrick Burton The Bible says “For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known and brought out into the open (NIV).”  This is commonly said as, “What is done in the dark will […]

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What Diehl? A Diehl — Sexting Affair With An Intern; No More Diehl! Big Diehl!

17 May

What Diehl? A Diehl — Sexting Affair With An Intern; No More Diehl! Big Diehl! By Atty. Mike Owens “And leave you quivering” is just one of the many text messages disgraced and resigned Missouri House Speaker John Diehl sent to a college freshman intern who worked at the state capitol. This is wrong on […]

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Gov. Nixon statement on House Bill 116 to make Missouri a so-called “Right-to-Work” state

14 May

Gov. Nixon statement on House Bill 116 to make Missouri a so-called “Right-to-Work” state Gov. Jay Nixon today issued the following statement regarding House Bill 116, which would make Missouri a so-called “Right-to-Work” state. “Attacking workers and weakening the middle class will not create jobs,” said Gov. Nixon. “In fact, rolling back the rights of […]

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Urban League Announces 2015 Salute to Women Recipients

12 May

Urban League Announces 2015 Salute to Women Recipients In June, the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis is poised to honor distinguished women in leadership on the local and national levels. The 12th Annual Salute to Women in Leadership Gala will take place at the Renaissance Grand Hotel on June 19, 2015 with a black-tie […]

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Kingshighway Viaduct to Close for Reconstruction

11 May

Detour Signs to be Installed in Coming Weeks ST. LOUIS — The Kingshighway bridge over the Union Pacific Railroad tracks between Southwest/Vandeventer and Shaw Boulevard is scheduled to close on Monday, July 6, 2015, following the holiday weekend and Fair Saint Louis in Forest Park. The 75-year-old bridge, which carries more than 40,000 vehicles every […]

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City’s Goals to Promote Public Safety, Reduce Crime, Build A Stable City

11 May

City’s Goals to Promote Public Safety, Reduce Crime, Build A Stable City By Mary Ellen Ponder Excerpts from recent St. Louis Board of Aldermen, Public Safety Committee Presentation: Thank you for the opportunity to be here with you all today to share some of the important work we have been doing as a City government […]

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MO Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder Names 5 Area Senior Service Honorees

11 May

MO Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder Names 5 Area Senior Service Honorees Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder recently announced 25 winners of the Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award, including five winners from the St. Louis area. Kinder presented the awards at a luncheon for the winners and their guests outside his office in the Capitol. They […]

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