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Adventures include The Ride, Clipper City Tall Ship, CityPASS booklet
New Aquatic Center at North County Rec Complex Open
The new $5 million aquatics center opened Memorial Day weekend at the North County Recreation Center at Veterans Park located off Redman Road. A sparse crowd was evident when these photos were taken on Memorial Day—perhaps because the weather was not real hot or a lot of folks weren’t aware that it was open. A giant tubular water slide and a lazy river are the major components at the aquatic center, which was built on the site of the Olymphic size swimming pool that occupied the site since the late 1970s. Pat Lindsey photos
Hyatt-St. Louis Quarterly Brewhouse
Beer Dinners Brings New Experiences
by Pat Lindsey
It’s not just beer and pretzels and bar food anymore at The Brewhouse Historical Sports Bar in the downtown St. Louis Hyatt. Get ready for quarterly gastronomical experiences as local craft breweries pair their creations with multi-course original meals prepared by Brewhouse Sous Chef John Zimmerly.
Community, Law Enforcement, Commission Develop
Proposed Model for Law Enforcement Training Standards
Community and law enforcement leaders came together with members of the Ferguson Commission Thursday, April 30, to endorse a baseline model for improved law enforcement training standards in Missouri. The model calls for an additional 24 hours each per three-year period in the areas of tactical, anti-bias and officer wellness training for a total of 120 additional hours of police training. The model came out of the Ferguson Commission Citizen-Law Enforcement working group and was developed in consultation with key community, law enforcement and subject matter experts.
Labor Dept. Grants $5 Million For
North County Skills Training Program
Gov. Jay Nixon has announced a new $5 million grant that will help provide skills-training and employment to thousands of young people in low-income and minority communities in North St. Louis City and County. Within the first year, the Career Pathways Bridge initiative has set a goal to connect 3,000 people in the area with employment, as well as engage 1,000 participants annually in skills training and 2,400 participants annually in work-readiness training. This latest effort builds on, and is in addition to, previously announced jobs initiatives in the greater St. Louis area.
Enthusiastic Crowd Greets New
Ferguson City Council Members
With the swearing in of three newly elected City Council members Tuesday night, the
City of Ferguson opened the door to an era full of hope and promise. Before an overflowing and enthusiastic crowd at City Hall, Ella Jones (Ward 1), Brian Fletcher (Ward 2) and Wesley Bell (Ward 3) officially took their seats in the council chambers and cemented their place in Ferguson history. With Jones and Bell joining Councilman Dwayne T. James, Ferguson now has three African-Americans serving on the City Council.« Previous Entries Next Entries »