Day: November 2, 2017

RELEASE: Sen. Schupp to host free health care event Saturday in St. Louis County

Flu shots, health screenings, and insurance and prescription guidance all available to local residents ST. LOUIS – State Sen. Jill Schupp, D-Creve Coeur, is hosting a free healthcare CareFair this Saturday, Nov. 4, from 10:00 a.m. until noon at the Frank Munsch Community Center in Overland for area St. Louis County residents. “Many Missourians and their families are still struggling to access basic health care services and this event will help to connect people with […]

Greitens lambasts Blunt, McCaskill in response to St. Louis veterans home investigation letter

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Governor Eric Greitens has, for quite some time, taken an interest in the welfare of veterans in the U.S., and when it comes to that topic, he’s showing that he’ll pull no punches. The latest example of that is his response letter to Missouri’s two U.S. Senators, who this week penned a joint letter to the governor urging him to call for an investigation into the accusations of patient mistreatment at […]

Missouri Supreme Court disciplines four Clayton lawyers

There will be at least one less practicing attorney in Clayton and three more on probation following two separate rulings by the Missouri Supreme Court. The Court on Tuesday suspended Clayton attorney Wayne Richard Brewster from the practice of law for professional misconduct after not giving an answer required in the court of law. Lamar E. Ottsen Jr., Robert B. Leggat Jr. and Timothy Belz, who run their own law firm in Clayton, were put […]

RELEASE: Cardinals announce 2018 spring training schedule

The St. Louis Cardinals announced their 2018 Spring Training schedule today.  The team’s 30-game Grapefruit League slate is set to begin on Friday, February 23 at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla., as the visiting team against their complex co-tenants, the Miami Marlins, and will conclude on Sunday, March 25. The Cardinals 2018 Grapefruit League schedule features 14 home dates and 16 road games, including four games as the “visiting” team against the Marlins (Feb. […]

Greitens’ task force calls for elimination of more than 400 gubernatorial appointments

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Governor Eric Greitens released the report put forth by the task force assigned to look into the state’s more than 200 boards and commissions, and the recommendations are calling for significant cuts. In the report issued Wednesday, Nov. 1, the task force recommends consolidating a number of the boards and commissions into larger, broader overseeing entities, and in the process, eliminating more than 400 gubernatorial appointments. Currently, more than three-fourths of the […]

City of Clayton to host historic downtown walking tour

Residents will get to see a different side of the business district in downtown Clayton on Saturday, when they embark on a walking tour of historic landmarks. The tour group, which is led by Sarah Umlauf, a Clayton Museum and Community Outreach Specialist, will focus mostly on downtown and the central business district to highlight development in Clayton in the 1930’s and the years leading up to that decade. “Especially with so much development going […]

Stenger proposes Prop P budget and financial plan to County Council

St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger’s office proposed to the St. Louis County Council on Thursday their ideas on how Proposition P funds would be allocated for next year in the county. According to Stenger, the proposed 2018 St. Louis County budget, submitted on Wednesday listed specific allocations for certain initiatives which are funded by Proposition P: Police Department Pay Increases ($18,617,956) Additional Police Officers ($9,931,912) Police Training ($1,00,000) Body Camera Program ($623,632) Juvenile Treatment […]