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On a narrow vote, The Fenton Board of Aldermen rejected a proposal requiring a doctor's prescription to purchase pseudoephedrine products at local pharmacies.
Several hospital associations, which St. Anthony’s belongs to, expressed relief over Thursday’s Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Health Care Act.
There are plenty of other events to enjoy at Arnold City Park on Independence Day.
The City of Arnold will have carnival rides, for the first time, at the July 4 celebration at Arnold City Park.
The celebration will continue with the scheduled concerts and food vendors.
Robert Shockey, Arnold's Chief of Police, will serve as Interim City Administrator.
The Supreme Court ruled against challengers led by the state of Florida today, who claimed that the law requiring citizens to maintain health insurance coverage is unconstitutional.
The city will have a concert and carnival rides at Arnold City Park to help celebrate July 4.
MoDOT is once again closing all lanes on north and southbound I-270 so crews can blast rock.
The Teachers’ Lounge in South St. Louis County serves teachers from different school districts throughout the area. Scott Gurley, owner of the store, said teachers spend hundreds of dollars a year on supplies for their own classrooms.
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