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 travel this weekend as crews will have one lane closed, leaving only one lane open to traffic.

Clayton Times: MetroLink security officer accused of stealing woman’s purse

Outlaw faces a maximum of four years in prison for a Class D felony. He has been released on bond since his Aug. 5 arrest.

Clayton Times: Clayton Fire Department: School starts soon, keep kids safe

RELEASE: The summer is coming to a close and the Clayton Fire Department would like to remind you to take the time to review these Back to School Safety Tips with your young learners.


Monday, Aug. 7, 2017, 9 a.m.

Clayton Times: Missouri missing out on millions as ‘Ozark’ is filmed in Georgia

It’s a place that is so well known to Missourians, most natives know it simply as “The Lake,” where millionaires live alongside the working class, seedy strip clubs are just down the road from five-star restaurants, and there is definitely a difference between those who see “Party Cove” as the place to see and be seen, and those who avoid it like the plague.

Clayton Times: City Treasurer talks to ‘CoderGirls’ about financial responsibility

In 2013, cofounder of Square and St. Louis native Jim McKelvey cofounded LaunchCode to fill a need for skilled workers in the tech field and provide training for people in the region as unemployment numbers continued to be bleak for much of America.

Clayton Times: Missouri Department of Conservation hosts 80th Anniversary open house in St. Louis next month

RELEASE: This year the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is celebrating 80 years of serving nature and you.

 

 

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