Day: March 12, 2018

Just like grandma used to make: Duo behind popular Italian restaurants brings Anthony’s Italian Eats to Clayton

A new Italian restaurant started by a couple of popular St. Louis restauranteurs recently opened its doors in Clayton. Anthony’s Italian Eats, tucked away at 7641 Wydown Blvd in a small space that was formerly Manhattan Express, is a new endeavor from the Gianino family of restaurants, which owns Joey B’s, Frankie Gianino’s, Frankie G’s, Bill Gianino’s, Billy G’s and Aero Hawk Catering. A third-generation restauranteur in the family, Tony Gianino and his childhood friend […]

RELEASE: Legislative actions and information for the week of March 5, 2018

As the 2018 legislative session enters March, legislation continues to move forward. As the days get longer in the spring, so does the time spent on the Missouri Senate floor, as senators debate numerous policy issues. No matter how much time is spent on the floor in the coming weeks, Sen. Nasheed is committed to always representing the people of the 5th Senatorial District with honor and integrity. On The Floor The Missouri Senate approved […]

Clayton Board of Aldermen to vote on expansion of St. Louis Veterinarian Animal Clinic of Clayton

A Clayton veterinarian looking to expand his clinic will seek final approval Tuesday from the Clayton Board of Aldermen. According to the plans filed with the city on Feb. 21, Dr. Dan Fraser wants to add on to St. Louis Veterinarian Animal Clinic of Clayton (ACC) at 136 N Meramec to the adjacent commercial retail space  in the Morrissey building, across the shared driveway at 132 North Meramec, to allow for a more comfortable and efficient space for staff and patients. […]

STL County Council to vote on domestic abuse prevention legislation at weekly meeting

The St. Louis County on Tuesday will vote on legislation that would appropriate a grant from the state’s STOP Violence Against Women Program. The legislation which is up for final passage would authorize the county executive to accept a grant of up to $261,020 from the Missouri Department of Public Safety as part of the STOP Violence Against Women Program. According to Missouri’s Department of Public Safety’s website, the STOP Program encourages the development and strengthening […]

Gravis polling shows tight senate race, Greitens disapproval at 50%

Nonpartisan research firm Gravis Marketing did a random hybrid survey of 931 registered voters in Missouri from March 5-7. The margin of error was ±3.2. Gravis used interactive voice responses and an online panel of cell phone users, weighted by demographics. The poll was paid for by Gravis Marketing. The poll assessed statewide performance and approval, including the scandal-plagued Gov. Eric Greitens, who has an approval rating of 34 percent. 36 percent of those polled strongly disapproved of his […]

RELEASE: Governor Greitens orders flags to half-staff to honor officer Christopher Ryan Morton

Governor Eric Greitens has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at state buildings in all 114 counties be flown at half-staff on Monday, March 12 in honor of Officer Christopher R. Morton, of the Clinton Police Department. Morton, age 30, died on March 6 while serving the citizens of Missouri. In addition, Governor Greitens has ordered that the U.S. and Missouri flags at all state buildings in Henry County be flown at half-staff from March […]

RELEASE: D2 Consulting’s new training program positions specialty pharmacies for sales success

ST. CHARLES, Mo. /PRNewswire/ — D2 Consulting, (www.D2rx.com) a leading life sciences consulting firm offering commercialization services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device manufacturers, today announced a comprehensive sales training program designed to help specialty pharmacies build and maintain a world-class sales organization. Unlike traditional retail pharmacies, specialty pharmacies focus on dispensing a class of therapies known as “specialty medications.”  Specialty medications are complex and difficult to access and therefore providers seek specialty pharmacy expertise and […]

Jobs, the economy and the governor on This Week on Missouri Politics

It’s been the week for job creation in Missouri and the opinion panel on This Week in Missouri Politics dives right into the topic. “I think it is terrific,” said Rep. Gretchen Bangert. With the companies opening doors in Missouri, Scott Faughn pointed out that it looks like some of President Donald Trump’s policies are working. “You know, the president is about results. As a businessman, sometimes that’s usually what we forget to do in […]

St. Louis County Encourages Increased Awareness and Testing on Women and Girl’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

St. Louis County encouraged increased awareness and testing on Women and Girl’s HIV/Aids Awareness Day on Saturday. The day is celebrated annually on March 10 to give people an opportunity to reflect on the impact that HIV and AIDS has had on women and girls, and the unique challenges they face. The day also serves as an opportunity to unify in response to the epidemic, increase awareness, celebrate the great strides made in prevention, care, […]

RELEASE: Cards reduce spring roster by nine

JUPITER, Fla., March 11, 2018 –The St. Louis Cardinals announced following today’s game that they have reduced their Spring Training roster by nine players, leaving the number of players in Major League camp at 46 (35 roster players & 11 non-roster players). The team optioned pitcher Austin Gomber, infielder Edmundo Sosa and outfielder Tyler O’Neill to Memphis (AAA), and optioned pitchers Derian Gonzalez and Conner Greene to Springfield (AA). The Cardinals also re-assigned non-roster pitchers […]