Tag: St. Louis County Blog

St. Louis County Blog 1 p.m. — Armstrong Energy may go bankrupt, Gov. Greitens hosts Israeli Ambassador, Senate hires new administrator

Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017 1 p.m. Clayton Times: Rock Hill restaurant donating 100 percent of its earnings to charity once a month Every month, a local pizza restaurant in Rock Hill is donating 100 percent of their earned proceeds from an entire business day to charity. The Missouri Times: Schmitt will not run for U.S. Senate in 2018, paves way for Hawley to run Missouri State Treasurer Eric Schmitt will not be seeking the Republican nomination to […]

St. Louis County Blog 12 p.m. — Peter Kinder appointed by Trump, LaunchCode a finalist, new super PAC supports Hawley

Monday, Aug. 14, 2017 12 p.m. Clayton Times: Protest planned regarding ice rink during St. Louis County Council meeting on Tuesday A conservation group is scheduled to rally at the St. Louis County Council meeting on Tuesday to protest a new ice rink facility being built in Creve Coeur Lake Park. The Missouri Times: Pro right-to-work group accused of armed intimidation A pro-right-to-work group is catching some flak after it was reported that four armed men were handing out […]

St. Louis County Blog 9 a.m. — Potbelly changing business strategy, #rallycat update

Friday, Aug. 11, 2017, 9 a.m. Clayton Times: PotBelly Sandwiches about to tighten the belt The Potbelly Sandwich Shop might be looking to sell the franchise after second-quarter earnings show sales have been stagnant. Clayton Times: Cardinals offer a statement regarding the #rallycat RELEASE: The St. Louis Cardinals issued the following statement today regarding the #RallyCat from Wednesday’s game Clayton Times: Courts could see flurry of anti-discrimination suits before new law takes hold The St. Louis County chapter of […]

St. Louis County Blog 4 p.m. — Missouri missing out on millions from film tax credits, MDT 80th Anniversary open house

Monday, Aug. 7, 2017, 4 p.m. Clayton Times: Calls for a reorganized Bi-State board issued by Stenger and Krewson After in-fighting about security on the MetroLink, St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger and St. Louis City Mayor Lyda Krewson on Friday called for a reorganization of the agency in charge of the public transit system. Clayton Times: Work on I-70 could snarl traffic this weekend Drivers on eastbound I-70 near Foristell will need to give themselves extra time to […]