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Because of a dry spell, St. Peters is asking water customers to limit outside water uses including lawn sprinkling, car washing and other non-essential purposes.
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 Missouri Department of Transportation reports on St. Louis area work zones for June 22 to 27.
Government, Police & Fire
Brent Stafford was one of two arrested following the March 17 St. Charles County Republican caucus.
President Obama's immigration policy will allow young immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally to seek work permits.
Did you know these tidbits and historical dates?
Debate at Lindenwood University touched on healthcare, Syria, budget cuts.
Wednesday's meeting of the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission saw seven home occupations also approved.
June's meeting of the St. Peters Planning and Zoning Commission will feature plenty of home occupation requests and more.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
The next closure of I-270 will be Wednesday morning at 10 a.m.
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