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At its recent Annual Awards Dinner North County Churches Uniting for Racial Harmony and Justice presented awards to a number of outstanding individuals. A major recipient was Michael McMillan, president/CEO of the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis who received the Human Relations Award for his outstanding acheivement in bringing individuals and organizations together to deal with many problems that exist within the area including Ferguson.
Rotary Club of Florissant Hosts Annual Charity Dinner, Silent Auction, Nov. 19
The Rotary Club of Florissant, a not-for-profit civic organization, is hosting its Annual Charity Dinner and Silent Auction Fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 19, at 6 p.m., in the Atrium in the Paul Detrick Building on the Campus of Christian Hospital.
St. Louis VA Regional Office Moves to Page Ave. Site
The St. Louis VA Regional Office relocated from its location at 400 S. 18th Street, St. Louis to the John F. Prevedel Federal Building, 9700 Page Avenue, on Nov. 7, 2016. The physical location of the new facility is in the City of Overland.
30 Professionals in their 30s Honored By North County Inc.
These 30 Young People are Making a Difference in North County Area
North County Inc. honored this year’s top North County 30 Leaders in their Thirties at an event last week. This group of new and up-and-coming professionals and volunteers who are making a difference in the North County area were recognized at the NCI Salutes 30 Leaders in their Thirties reception at Christian Hospital.
Chief Lowery Appointed to Executive Board of
The International Association of Chiefs of Police
Chief Lowery Florissant Police Chief Timothy Lowery has been installed as the general chair of the State Associations of Chiefs of Police (SACOP). Chief Lowery is one of 13 individuals from around the world that were appointed to the Executive Board of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) at their annual conference that was held in San Diego, CA. Chief Lowery is the past Vice Chair of SACOP and has been a member of the IACP for many years.
Hazelwood’s New Contract with Republic Offers Improved Bulk Waste Service
With the new contract negotiated between the City of Hazelwood and Republic Services, local residents are coming out ahead with improved services for bulk waste pick-ups. Instead of being limited to just two bulk waste collection pick-ups free of charge for the whole year, Hazelwood citizens can now have as many as they need as long as they call two days in advance to schedule them. There is a two-item limit for each pick-up with a weight limit of 80-pounds.« Previous Entries Next Entries »