Day: October 16, 2017

Breast Cancer Awareness Month takes on special meaning for Clayton Fire Department

To show support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, fire departments across the country have been wearing pink throughout October. The Clayton Fire Department will be among those pink-clad individuals later this week — a gesture that has become especially meaningful to the entire brigade. “It started as a way to give back to the community but it’s grown into much more,” Clayton Fire Captain Ryan Harrell said. “After we started raising money, the wife of one […]

RELEASE: Introducing Allwell From Home State Health

CHESTERFIELD, Mo., Oct. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Medicare open enrollment is underway and this year consumers may select Home State Health’s Medicare Advantage products, branded as Allwell from Home State Health. The new national Allwell brand unites our family of local and regional Medicare plans under one umbrella and will allow our network of experts and valued providers to deliver outstanding benefits and superior services to members, delivered locally through their health plan, Home State Health. […]

Schroer: Impeding traffic puts Missourians at risk

By Michael Layer St. Charles County state representative plans to file a bill increasing penalties for blocking roadways ST. LOUIS – Rep. Nick Schroer defended his proposed bill to increase penalties for protestors blocking traffic on the October 15 episode of This Week in Missouri Politics. Schroer hopes his bill will increase safety and allow infrastructure to run smoothly. Schroer’s bill was inspired by an October 4 protest in St. Louis, where 143 people were arrested […]

RELEASE: Governor Eric Greitens Leads Trade Mission to Europe

Governor Eric Greitens will depart today for a trade mission to the United Kingdom and Switzerland. The trip will include meetings with government officials, business executives, and workforce development leaders. The Governor chose these nations for his second trade mission because of the great opportunity that the state of Missouri has in these markets to increase trade, promote job growth, attract investment to Missouri, and create educational and cultural ties. “Our goal is to win […]

STL County Police respond to robbery in South County

On October 15, 2017 at approximately 6:59 AM, St. Louis County Police officers from the South County Precinct responded to 3638 Bayless Avenue, to the QuikTrip, for a call for a business robbery. The investigation has revealed that a suspect entered the business and approached the front cash register. The suspect displayed a firearm and demanded money. He took an undisclosed amount of money and fled the scene on foot. The suspect is described as […]

St. Louis County to offer reduced adoption fees for pets in October

St. Louis County announced on Monday that the county will offer free and reduced pet adoptions in the month of October. As recognition of October being Adopt a Shelter Dog Month and National Pitbull Awareness Month, St. Louis County will set the adoption fee for all dogs one year and older at $20 and the fee will be waived entirely for all pit bull and pit bull mix breeds. According to St. Louis County, typically […]