New Effort To Push Back St. Louis County Council Start TimeSponsor Mark Harder says 6:30 start would allow more to attend, speak.
Panera Bread Pay-What-You-Want Cafe in Missouri to CloseThe idea for the Clayton cafe was that people who could afford to pay the suggested price or more would do so, subsidizing those who could pay just a portion of the price or none at all.
Clayton Offers Incentives to Update Historic Store FrontsClayton's oldest and most historic storefronts need expensive upgrades to attract tenants
Babysitter Gets Probation in Infant's Shaking DeathThirty-six-year-old Jennifer Winkler of Eureka also was sentenced Monday to 500 hours of community serves and was banned from caring for children other than her own.
Renovations Underway at Clayton Library BranchSt. Louis County Library is getting busy on renovations and new buildings.
Clayton Residents Wary of Over DevelopmentSeveral residents turned up at the meeting of the Clayton Plan commission to speak out against a proposal to build a 22-story luxury apartment tower along Forsyth.
Fontbonne Looks Westward, Purchases Former High School CampusUniversity President Michael Pressimone says the new campus will provide much needed space for "Griffin" athletic programs.
Clatyon-Based Varsity Tutors Buys Larger, Overseas Tutoring Company
Local Demonstrators Speak Out Against Graham-Cassidy BillGOP-backed measure is latest attempt to repeal and replace Affordable Care Act.
Another Protest of Stockley Verdict Planned in ClaytonProtesters will be back out on Wednesday with another protest planned for 5 p.m. at Shaw Park in Clayton.
Clayton Reveals Prop P Spending PlanClayton city manager Craig Owens says their $800 thousand a year share of prop p will go to public safety.
Officials Talk About Combining Firefighting Efforts In 5 MunicipalitiesBackers foresee increased efficiency, while detractors say a public vote is needed.

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