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Loop Trolley still on track

Jan 4, 2017

New trolley service running from The Loop to Forest Park to open for public in late spring By Nicholas Elmes If everything goes as planned, by the time summer heat rolls into St. Louis, residents exploring The Loop and Forest Park area will have a new, and old, way of getting around. “Construction on the…

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Preventing Identity Theft

Dec 27, 2016

Preventing Identity Theft It’s that time of year when your mailbox starts to fill up with sensitive information: credit card statements from those holiday purchases and tax documents from your bank and employer. That’s why it’s this time of the year that we see an increase in cases of identity theft. Identity theft is a…

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New St. Charles County Park

Dec 14, 2016

Growing green spaces New St. Charles County park developed with community input plants 120 acres in the heart of suburban development By Brett Auten A place of beauty and respite placed near bustling development is edging closer to reality. The St. Charles County Parks Department unveiled plans to move forward with the Sammelmann Farm, which…

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Salvation Army fighting for a Merry Christmas

Dec 14, 2016

Organization looks to help families in need during the holiday season By Nicholas Elmes Traditionally Christmas has been a time of bounty and joy, but for many families in the St. Louis area, figuring out how to afford to buy presents for their children can be a herculean task. Thankfully hundreds of volunteers and generous…

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Best Ways to Save at Thanksgiving

Nov 15, 2016

Guest Author: West Community Credit Union Blog Thanksgiving is a time to gather with loved ones for a satisfying meal and kick off the holiday season. If you pay current prices for your menu items, though, you could blow a chunk of your holiday budget before you even get to the pumpkin pie. Use these…

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A trip of healing

Nov 9, 2016

A trip of healing Veterans Return to Vietnam offers hope for vets looking for closure While people throughout the St. Louis metro area, and the country, take time out on Friday to honor those who have risked their lives to protect the country, one man is working to raise money to help those same veterans…

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Get ready for the flu

Nov 1, 2016

St. Louis County health officials are encouraging the public to get an annual flu shot By Nicholas Elmes St. Louis County health officials are encouraging the public to prepare for the 2016-17 flu season by getting an annual flu shot. “It is important for everyone six months of age and older, and without severe allergic…

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Honoring fallen heroes

Nov 1, 2016

Wentzville eighth-grader joins Wreaths Across America effort to place wreaths on veterans’ gravestones By Brett Auten Amber Scheulen is on a mission. Scheulen and the rest of the members Wentzville Civil Air Patrol Squadron have teamed up with Wreaths Across America, an organization whose mission is to remember, honor, and teach, in coordinating wreath laying…

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Battling cybercrime

Nov 1, 2016

Battling cybercrime Local experts tout the importance of vigilance during National Cyber Security Awareness Month By Brett Auten Today’s crooks, thieves, and con men come in all forms and shapes, and can strike from all corners of the globe. We have all seen the emails by now. By the thousands, over the course of the…

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