Category: St. Louis County

RELEASE: Wealth management firm Plancorp expands operations to Nashville

ST. LOUIS /PRNewswire/ — PlanCorp, a $3.9B fee-only wealth management firm headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., today announced the grand opening of its Nashville, Tenn. branch, which will be headed by wealth manager Kyle Attarian, MBA, CFA, CFP®, AIF®. Attarian specializes in working with medical professionals and entrepreneurs, so the Nashville branch will focus on creating customized, goals-based financial plans for Nashville’s healthcare community—as well as the city’s booming population of entrepreneurs and small business owners. […]

RELEASE: 2018 Cardinals theme tickets on sale tomorrow

Tickets for more than 40 Theme Ticket promotional dates during the 2018 season, including the return of Star Wars Night, Margaritaville Night and Military Appreciation Night, go on sale tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. CT at cardinals.com/theme. “Theme Tickets are a great way for baseball fans to come together and show their support for a variety of groups and interests,” said Martin Coco, Director of Ticket Sales & Marketing.  “We have an incredible lineup this season […]

Time shift: Harder’s council time change bill moves to final passage

The St. Louis County Council at its weekly meeting on Tuesday moved legislation forward that could change what time its weekly meetings start. In addition to that bill, the council also moved numerous bills to second reading that would improve or change how the county handles its elections. Councilman Harder Since last year, Councilman Mark Harder has tried to pass legislation that would move the County Council’s weekly meeting’s starting time from 6:00 p.m. to […]

Clayton lawyer’s years-long deceit brings on suspension

The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday suspended a St. Louis lawyer who lied for more than five years to a client after failing to file his lawsuit. Jonathan D. Valentino, formerly of Armstrong Teasdale in Clayton, was assigned in December 2009 to represent Michael Greenblatt in a boundary dispute with his neighbor. Valentino, an associate with the firm since 2004, agreed to file the lawsuit. But, as he later told a disciplinary panel, according to […]

Stepping up to the plate, Clayton readies to host ninth annual Restaurant Week

As a bona fide hub for business, politics and culture, Clayton caters to a multitude of different taste buds, with dining establishments ranging from ice cream and pizza parlors to elegant restaurants that have graced the area for generations. For this reason, Clayton Restaurant Week, a biannual event which returns for its ninth winter edition Monday, Jan. 22, through Jan. 28, leaves the particulars to the participants when it comes to special meal deals during the […]

RELEASE: Olin to pursue registered debt offering

CLAYTON /PRNewswire/ — Olin Corporation (NYSE: OLN) announced today that it intends to commence an offering of $500 millionaggregate principal amount of Senior Notes due 2030 (the “Senior Notes”), subject to market and other conditions. The Senior Notes will be sold pursuant to Olin’s shelf registration statement and the base prospectus on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). The underwriters for the transaction are Citigroup Global Markets Inc., J.P. Morgan Securities LLC, Wells Fargo Securities LLC, […]

RELEASE: The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis presents Weekend Romance Package for Valentine’s Day

Celebrating its recent inclusion in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards and ongoing accolades as one of the Midwest’s most romantic luxury hotels, The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis has announced an enchanting couple’s package, a February 14 epicurean dining experience, and a month of Saturday romance teas in honor of Valentine’s Day. The hotel’s limited-edition Valentine’s Package is designed for couples seeking an intimate and luxurious luxury getaway on the weekend nights of February 10, […]

Change in the STL County Council starting time? Could be heard at council’s weekly meeting

The next St. Louis County Council meeting on Tuesday will focus on perfecting previous bills such as changing the meeting’s start time along with improving the county’s election process and FDA food code regulations. Since last year, Councilman Mark Harder has tried to pass legislation that would move the County Council’s weekly meeting’s starting time from 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Harder last week re-introduced the bill and hopes it will receive support from his […]

Steamed bun shop Bao to open in Clayton this month

There are several Chinese specialty restaurants around St. Louis, but none quite like Bao, a unique new Asian-inspired restaurant scheduled to open in Clayton later this month. The restaurant that focuses on a Chinese staple, baozi (bao for short, also known as steamed buns), will open in the former Coastal Bistro & Bar space at 14 N. Central in Clayton. Bao is independently-owned and is the first of its kind in St. Louis. The restaurant […]

Is the tape real? Greitens’ former mistress confirms through lawyer statement

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Rumors concerning the extramarital affair and alleged blackmailing of a married woman by Gov. Eric Greitens continue to spread across the state and nation like wildfire less than 48 hours after the report was issued by KMOV. And the key piece of evidence that seems to matter in the conversation is a recorded conversation between the woman and her now-ex-husband. Some are questioning the authenticity of the tape, asking whether it […]