Government, Volunteers in the News
Join the Missouri Department of Transportation, community leaders and other volunteers to help pick up litter on Missouri roads.
According to unofficial election results from the Secretary of State, Koenen, of Oakville, has won the Democratic nomination by 49 votes. Lack of results from two St. Louis County precincts held up the final unofficial determination.
A winner in the Democratic Party primary was declared using unofficial results a day after voters went to the polls.
The governor signed another bill to extend and expand a program allowing tax credits for residential youth treatment agencies, like Epworth Children and Family Services in Webster Groves.
Volunteers in the News, Summer
Downtown St. Louis will become a sea of pink on Saturday morning as thousands take part in a 5K run to support breast cancer research, screenings, treatments and education.
Visitors will be able to sample over 75 beers from more than 15 local breweries, while helping to raise money for the Lift for Life Gym.
The online coupon company, which is owned by a Warson Woods couple, has apparently shut down.
In a recent email to Washington, DC, lobbyists, a fundraising worker for the campaign left out the fact that the Wagner has a little GOP competition in the race for the 2nd District seat for Congress.
The Neighborhood Files
The St. Louis area is under a winter weather advisory from 9 a.m. until midnight Monday.
Randy Jotte, of Webster Groves, says the nation must "get off the merry-go-round" to solve problems.
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