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Can Millennials Seek Justice, While Vandalizing?

29 Sep






Can Millennials Seek Justice, While Vandalizing? By K. Gerald Thomas   Now that St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson has exonerated former St. Louis patrolman Jason Stockley of the 2011 murder of Anthony Lamar Smith, in some minds, it’s time to move on, nothing to see here.   Protesters will not allow this just to […]

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S.L.A.T.E. Pledges To “Skill up” 500 people in 100 Days

29 Sep






S.L.A.T.E. Pledges To “Skill up” 500 people in 100 Days By Travis Smith, MultiMedia PR News Service   The key to attracting more area businesses and out-of-town operations to the City of St. Louis is to make sure a strong, educated and properly trained workforce is ready for new opportunities and new employers, searching for additional […]

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Melba R. Moore to Be Recognized by the Healthcare Businesswoman’s Association

28 Sep






Melba R. Moore to Be Recognized by the Healthcare Businesswoman’s Association The City of St. Louis Department of Health’s Director, Melba R. Moore, will receive the 2017 Healthcare Accomplishment Recognition Award (HCARA) this week for her work in Healthcare Advocacy. This award, from the St. Louis Chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA), is designed […]

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Great Rivers Greenway to Celebrate Expands St. Vincent Greenway at Missouri History Museum’s Twilight Tuesdays Concert on Oct. 3

26 Sep






Great Rivers Greenway to Celebrate Expands St. Vincent Greenway at Missouri History Museum’s Twilight Tuesdays Concert on Oct. 3 Residents of the region can now run, walk, ride a bike, use a wheelchair, push a stroller or connect to transit on the recently expanded St. Vincent Greenway that stretches 1.9 miles between Forest Park and […]

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Ameren Missouri Plans Major Expansion of Wind, Solar Generation to Serve Customers

25 Sep






Ameren Missouri Plans Major Expansion of Wind, Solar Generation to Serve Customers ST. LOUIS Ameren Missouri announced today a forward-thinking plan to dramatically increase the amount of wind and solar generation to provide cost-effective and sustainable energy for its customers.   Ameren Missouri, a subsidiary of Ameren Corporation (NYSE: AEE), plans to add at least […]

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City NAACP Seeks Charter Amendment – Independent Investigations Unit in Circuit Attorney Office

21 Sep






City NAACP Seeks Charter Amendment – Independent Investigations Unit in Circuit Attorney Office St. Louis City, Missouri – The use of a full-time team of detectives charged with making sure use of deadly force is legal by scrutinizing every St. Louis city officer who kills or wounds someone with a gun has a critical gap with respect to ensuring […]

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What The Community Is Saying About Jason Stockley Verdict in St. Louis

15 Sep






What The Community Is Saying About Jason Stockley Verdict in St. Louis  Official Statement from the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis Regarding the Jason Stockley Verdict    In light of today’s announcement of the verdict in the Jason Stockley case, the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis feels that justice has not been served […]

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Blunt Honored for Leading Efforts to Increase NIH, Cancer Research Funding

12 Sep






Blunt Honored for Leading Efforts to Increase NIH, Cancer Research Funding  WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.), Chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies, today received the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s (ACSCAN) National Distinguished Advocacy Award for leading efforts to increase federal investments in medical […]

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Governor Eric Greitens Announces 856 New Missouri jobs

7 Sep






Governor Eric Greitens Announces 856 New Missouri jobs  Governor Eric Greitens visited Kansas City and St. Peters to celebrate the growth of several companies, announcing their plans to create more than 800 jobs and invest a combined $53.3 million into their operations in Missouri.   “Our mission is more jobs and higher pay and we […]

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September is National Preparedness Month

31 Aug






September is National Preparedness Month The City of St. Louis Department of Health is joining other public health and safety officials nationwide in reminding residents that everyone can, and should, take action to prepare for natural and man-made emergencies and disasters. This year, officials are focusing on increasing the overall number of individuals, families and communities […]

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