Kids in North St. Louis County who do good things could find themselves getting a ticket, but not one that requires them to pay a fine or go before a judge.
Well the day started off with nasty weather but everyone including Mother Nature pulled it together for an out of this park Opening Day for the Cardinals!! All the Cardinals fans came to show their […]
A major reform was announced for St. Louis County municipal courts regarding the way motorists will be treated who receive tickets.
In response to outrage over the patchwork quilt of small towns all charging different – and sometimes exorbitant – amounts for tickets, 80 local courts agree to a uniform fine schedule.
About 25 percent of Cardinals scheduled home games will have tickets available for as low as $5, and over 80 percent of home games will have tickets available for under $10.
More than 32K tickets already sold for Saturday’s friendly against New Zealand.
Co-chairs of the Ferguson Commission commend the legislative action.
The Redbirds offer 45 promotional dates – more than half the home schedule – with returning fan favorites like bobble-heads, replica rings and jerseys.
Schmitt’s bill would cut from 30 percent to 10 percent how much of a city’s budget can be financed by traffic fines.
Greeters this year are dressed in regular clothes, holding “Honk Freedom Honk” signs.