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St. Peters Police Department use social media

Sep 18, 2019

Working the digital beat Local police departments use social media to increase communication with the general public By Brett Auten There’s much more to social media than pet pics and status check-ins. For area police departments, it’s a two-pronged tool that provides a direct line of information to its communities. Val Joyner is the Public…

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St. Louis Kids Expo

Sep 18, 2019

Empowering the youth of St. Louis The St. Louis Kids Expo brings community resources for kids and families under one roof for one weekend in October By Charlotte Beard For several years many community resources for kids and families have come together for one weekend under one roof to empower individuals with the tools needed…

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Celebrate St. Peters

Sep 11, 2019

A high and dry celebration This year’s Celebrate St. Peters returns to 370 Lakeside Park just in time to see the park dried out from record flooding  By Brett Auten A once submerged and sodden 370 Lakeside Park has reopened and is set to host its biggest event of the year. The 2019 edition of…

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Life Outside festival North St. Louis

Sep 11, 2019

Enjoying ‘Life Outside’ Great Rivers Greenway Life Outside festival provides the community free exploration of outdoor activities By Charlotte Beard Great Rivers Greenway has not only been a catalyst for connecting the community to sites around the region whether on foot or on wheels, but since 2016 the agency has been connecting members of the…

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Emerson Family YMCA in Ferguson build playground with local groups

Aug 28, 2019

Build and play Local groups come together to build a playground at the Emerson Family YMCA in Ferguson By Charlotte Beard UnitedHealthcare’s volunteer initiative – “Do Good. Live Well.” partnered with KaBOOM!, a national nonprofit dedicated to active play for children, to build a playground at the Emerson Family YMCA in Ferguson last Thursday, Aug.…

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An incredible journey St. Louis native

Aug 28, 2019

An incredible journey A St. Louis native travels the length of the Missouri River from its headwaters to the Arch via kayak to raise money for Missouri River Relief   By Brett Auten Your summer vacation photos look nothing like Mark Fingerhut’s. Fingerhut, a St. Louis native, and resident, just polished off a mind-bending trip,…

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